Best Homebrew Cart under $15?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Todderbert, Oct 11, 2009.

Oct 11, 2009
  1. Todderbert
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    Member Todderbert GBAtemp Fan

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    I'm building a pure homebrew cart for a friend and was wondering which of the economy flash carts are the most compatible.
    Want to use it mainly for apps; Animanatee, Colors, DSnotes, TI calc, DsDictionary, nitrotracker, ect.
     
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    acekard
     
  3. KingVamp

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    ds for Acekard, m3 real
    dsi and ds M3i zero not sdhc (if u can find one for a low price), Acekard2i .

    do not get r4s or dstt
     
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    for dsi , ds , dsl , acekard 2i
     
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    cant believe flashcarts are so cheap now... i remember paying $35 for my genuine R4
     
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    M3 Real or Ak2, but in your case you want a cheap flashcart so Ak2 is much cheaper.
     
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    DSTTi. Always go with the cheapest thing. They aren't that different.
     
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    But I think most of the clones available (ie: all of the R4's you can buy these days) have poor homebrew compatibility.
     
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    Acekard2i for sure its only like $11 or $12 [​IMG]
     

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