Acekard 2i compatible with DSi LL (XL)

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Dec 1, 2009
  1. twiggs462
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    Does anyone know if the Acekard 2i is compatible with the new DSi LL system that came out in Japan? Thanks for the heads up
     


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    No one knows yet.
     
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    Yep, it's a mystery.

    Though, if I were to guess, I'll bet none of the carts will work as of current. After all, there's no point in having a flashcart-killing firmware update that doesn't kill the flashcarts.

    Give 'em time, and there will be solutions, just like the big, fat 1.4 update.
     
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    On the JP it's 1.4J [​IMG].
     
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    Maybe I should just import one then... that pic seems like proof to me. Anyone else out there to confirm this?
     
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    Confirmed. I picked one up for the wife yesterday and tested it before wrapping it up for X-Mas. Acekard2i works like a dream.
     
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmjHfHc_osE

    It's a review in german, but you can just forward to 5:00 where he tests Ak2i.
     
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    It works.
    The DSi XL uses the same hardware as the normal DSi.

    But if Ninty releases 1.5 before the XL releases stateside, then there's chances it won't work (with the 1.5).
     
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    DSi XL looks cool with Acekard..But hope acekard can work on 1.5(if it really out)
     
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    THAT ISN"T YOUR VIDEO. I advise everyone not to buy from this guy.
     
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    Did he say it was his video...?
     
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    he did say that before he edited it
     
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    0shippingzone contacted the guy and had them edit the video.
     
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    I think Nintendo's gonna take their time in building firmware 1.5 because well... Most flashcards load up as Danny Phantom, so I don't think Nintendo will be able to differentiate between flashcards and the original Danny Phantom game. And besides, the DSi XL is out in the USA on March 28 if I heard correctly which is pretty soon. I doubt Nintendo will make an update by then.
     
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    yes the DSi XL works perfectly with Acekard AKAIO 1.5 firmware unofficial ............there is a link on this site to the nds file you need to run, to reformat your flash card using your old dslite first..........a.k.a dannyfantom hack.

    i use one with a 16Gb card with the games split into 3 sections so that the folder sizes are kept below 8Gb which cause errors if not.
    Good luck
    [​IMG]

    I just need to learn now how to play movies on it.
     
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    The post above is confusing, but as I understand I can translate to this:
    YES IT WORKS (wooop)

    I am using AKAIO 1.5 (should be using 1.5.1 by the way...)

    There is the Acekard 2i updater file for firmware 1.4 compability (dannyfantom hack etc.)

    If you have DSi in 1.4 already, you need a DSlite for it (otherwise, DSi in firmware 1.3 is good enough)
     
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    Yeah Acekard works without problems in DSi XL. I'm using one with AKAIO 1.5.1. Off course the acekard has to be updated to work with 1.4 firmware, which is standard on the DSi XL.

    ... it works
     
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    waiting for that release in australia
     
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    so if i don't do that danny phantom 1.4 update i won't get this new dsi XL to work with acekard 2i?

    i don't have any older dsi or ds lite units to do the update [​IMG]
     

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