1.4 fix on a XL

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Mar 30, 2010

1.4 fix on a XL by mr.uk at 1:04 AM (1,505 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. mr.uk
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    Newcomer mr.uk Member

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    I've ordered a Acekard 2i to replace my crappy R4, but I only have a DSi XL (1.4e FW) and if the card doesn't come ready flashed to work on 1.4 I'm guessing from what I've read here on the forums I got no way of updating it?
     
  2. ZeWarrior

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    You'll need to borrow somebody else's DS.
     
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    I ordered mine from 7dayshop.com anyone know what their cards come pre-installed with?
     
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    Member gary2010 GBAtemp Regular

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    iv just got my acekard 2i today and it worked straight away on my dslite then i updated it on the lite and now it works on my dsi but wont work on my dsi xl
     
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    If it doesn't work on a DSi 1.4 then it must be flashed with the old original, boot loader. Find a friend's DS Lite like stated to update your AK.
     
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    Try updating it again. My Acekard works fine on my DSi XL.
     
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    Member fearofshorts GBAtemp Fan

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    The XL has the same internal components as the DSi.
    There must be something wrong with the XL, as there is no reason it should not work with a cart that works on a standard DSi.
     
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    The only difference is that DSi's can come with 1.3 firmware which is natively bypassed by all DSi flash carts.
    The DSi XL comes with the 1.4 firmware so your flash cart needs to be first updated with a DS phat/lite or 1.3 DSi. Or unless you have the M3i Zero which can be updated via USB.
    Some sites such as www.leetmod.com allow you to choose to have them update your flash cart to be 1.4 compatible for you before they ship it out. This costs a dollar extra on leetmod.
     
  9. mr.uk
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    Well I contacted 7dayshop asking about if it comes ready to work on a 1.4 DSi but not got a response yet, I'll be sending it back anyway.

    I ordered one from addictsupplies.com it costs more but I emailed the person who runs it and he answered back in about 20 minutes and this was at 2am in the morning and he stated it will come ready to work on 1.4 and be tested before posting, well worth the extra few quid I think.
     
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    well i got my acekard yesterday and i put akaio 1.6rc2 on it and it worked perfect on my lite and didnt work on any of the dsi or xl so i updated the card with akaiow_update_dsl file on my lite now it works perfect on my dsi but not the xl so in the updates files i down loaded there were akaiow_update_dsl and akaiow_update_dsi iv never tried updating with this dsi because i dont want to break the card or ds lol any one know how the update dsi file is any difrent
     
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