Hacking All DsTwo Essentials?

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hey guys
i wanted to ask "everyone"
what do u recommend in all aspects of the dstwo?
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DS Games: 
GBA Games:
SNES Games:
Homebrew:
Plug-ins:

if there anything else you want to add to ur response, please do

yes i have already seen the "plugin's essentials"
 

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...o.0 Wouldn't it be just the same as if you had a regular flashcart...I mean there aren't a ton of DSTWO specific things at the moment...unless you count plugins...since all the other flashcarts don't have that option...
 

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