Blank DS DSi cards

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Game Dragon, Jun 11, 2011.

Jun 11, 2011

Blank DS DSi cards by Game Dragon at 5:42 AM (1,020 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. Game Dragon
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    I see fake DS and D Si games being sold from HK, where can I buy blank ones of these so I can put my one games on them
     
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    You'd be better just using a regular flashcart.
     
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    Why would you want to buy a blank card? Just use a regular flashcard.
     
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    It's not something that is sold on some random site, they make them.

    It's less of a hassle to buy a flashcart and a mircoSD (also far cheaper in the long run)
     
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    To distribute his game properly. I doubt anyone would be able to buy just a few at a time, probably you would have to order hundreds or more.
     
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    Buy a new flashcart from shoptemp.net Its better.
     
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    If he starts selling roms he puts on rewritable carts, that's when it falls in the illegal area.
     
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    That is where Nintendo sues you for big money and you can't do anything about it =D.
     
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    ace attorney from a new perspective
     
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    I kinda want one of these for loading a rom hack onto a standalone cart.
    Would that be possible?

    This would be the only way some of my friends would play tales of innocence since they don't like flashcarts for the English patch.
     
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    its a ROM

    so its read only
     
  12. spinal_cord

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    I assumed the OP would have been thinking more about HOMEBREW. Nothing illegal about distributing homebrew.
    If you're talking about the bootloader on the cards, which would have to hold some commercial data, then how do datel manage to sell ARDSi in stores?
     
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    by not labeling it a 'flashcart'
     
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    I'm reasonably sure that Nintendo is fully aware that the ARDSi is both using commercial rom data and loading homebrew.
     

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