a few 3in1 questions

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Jun 24, 2007

a few 3in1 questions by EvilMonkey at 1:15 AM (1,322 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. EvilMonkey
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    Hi, I'm thinking about getting a 3in1 and I just had a few questions. First off I'm going to be using the 3in1 with an M3 Simply, so I was wondering if someone could post strengths/weakness of the GBALdr vs the 3-in-1 Expansion pack Tool. My next question is what is the battery life like for the 3in1, and also does just having it plugged-in drain the battery? Thanks alot for your help.
     
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    IIRC the battery is rechargeable. GBALdr looks nicer, but doesn't support PSRAM functions like the 3in1 tool does
     
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    Can someone answer this question please, I try to find this answer for a long time.
     
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    I didn't notice a significant drop in the DS's battery life when I got my 3-in-1, and I always leave it plugged in. I'm sure it does use up some power even when not in use, but not a huge amount.

    The 3-in-1 does not have a rechargeable SRAM battery BTW (people were saying it did when the 3-in-1 first came out, but they were wrong). The battery should last for years, though.
     
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    Is the battery's life based on how often you save or it just wears away over time?
     
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    The SRAM battery just wears away over time. Its sole purpose is to provide power to the SRAM when the system is turned off.
     

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