WiFiMe is an application that allows you to run homebrew code from a GBA Flash cart using a specific wireless card and special drivers. It does the exact same thing PassMe does using the "DS Download Play" feature.
Most of us will remember Wednesday, April 13th 2005. On that day, Tim Schuerewegen released the driver and application necessary to allow anyone with a Nintendo DS, a GBA flash cart, and a supported wireless network card to load any homebrew demo/app on their DS. You already had the ability to do this with a PassMe device, but now can do it wirelessly!
What You Need to use WiFiMi NDS hack:
* PCI or PCMCIA wireless network card with the RT2500 or RT2560 chipset (complete list here)
NOTE: USB version (RT2570) will not work
* Tim's modified driver and application (local mirror: driver, application)
* Gameboy Advance flashcart
* A computer with Windows 2000 or Windows XP
WiFiMe Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will my wireless card still function as a regular wireless card, too?
A: No. Not unless you change the driver back to the original one for you card.
Q: Is my card supported?
A: Check the list of supported cards. Be aware that there are often different revisions and sometimes even
different chipsets among the same revision of a card.
Q: I am pretty sure my card is on that list, but the driver still isn't working. What now?
A: Download PCItree. Make sure to read the directions and copy HLP.SYS to the correct folder.
Launch pcitree.exe and make sure the VID/PID is 1814/0201. (screenshot)
Q: Where can I find out more info on the Ralink RT2500 & 2560 chipset?
A: Google or here.
Q: Is my GBA flash cart supported with the WiFiMe method?
A: If it works for PassMe, it should work for WiFiMe. Check list of supported cards.
Q: Does this method allow me to run commercial roms?
A: Depends on the NDS rom!
Q: My card is not supported. Will it be? If so, when?
A: The most likely answer to this question is no - never. Unless Tim Schuerewegen decides to write a new driver.
Q: Why does Windows say The Specified location does not contain information about your hardware?
A: Because your card does not have a Ralink RT2x00 chipset. Go get one from the list!
Q: Where can I find the cheapest compatible PCI card?
A: The Encore ENLWI-G-RLAM is $22 on NewEgg.