AK2i AKAIO resets settings after soft-reset?

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  1. SamusKnight2K
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    I have an Acekard 2i (AKAIO FW) I'm using on my Nintendo DSi (NTSC) and I'm having a semi-annoying problem... Whenever I soft-reset (L+R+A+B+X+Y) back to the AKAIO it resets my general settings. It reverts to the default AKAIO skin, changes my language settings, and resets everything else I changed save for individual game ROM settings. I tried looking this up but couldn't get results. Anyone have an idea why it does this or how to fix it? I'm using AKAIO RC2 firmware. Thank you.
     
  2. Sinistral89

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    Sounds strange... BTW... Isn't the soft-reset L+R+A+B+DOWN?
     
  3. scrtmstr

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    that's the soft-reset on the AKAIO firmware. Aren't you using acekard firmware? what version are you using?
     
  4. woffi63

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    I have had this issue with Akaio 1.6 RC1, but only with one of three Acekards. It was an issue with the microSD. I formatted the Transflash with different programs. At least GParted was the solution.

    Do not know what was the reason, but after partitioning and formatting with GParted the settings stay after a soft reset.
     
  5. YayMii

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    Um, the OP is using AKAIO.
     
  6. doz592

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    Light bump, because I have the same exact problem, except on a 2.1 (w/ 1.6RC2)
     
  7. tk_saturn

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    Set up akaio as you want it. Then goto the __AIO directory on your MicroSD card, right click on globalsettings, select properties, put a tick in the 'read only' box and click OK. Not guaranteed to fix it, but it's worth a shot.

    Otherwise make sure you formatted the MicroSD card with the Panasonic formatter.
     
  8. doz592

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    Although that is a promising fix, what if I want to change the settings in the future?
     
  9. tk_saturn

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    Then you can just remove the read only attribute, change them and the reapply it.

    It's long winded, but apart from formatting with the Panasonic formatter, i'm not sure there's much else you can do.
     
  10. doz592

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    [​IMG]

    I've already tried the Panasonic Formatter, and I don't like this option too much...

    Something must be done.

    Through research, this does not happen in the last 1.5.1 release...