Can you isert a Micro SD into a Flashcart!?!?!?!

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  1. SwordSkill
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    Seriously I just read it in a guide and wondered what's going on, I didn't new that The flashcarts themselves have Micro SD slots.. Am I missing something here?
    Source: Source removed due to GBATemp rules. ("(ii) Inject microsd card into DSTWO")

    I hope the answer will erase the confusion.
     


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    WHEN IN THE HELL was the last time you got a flashcart?

    Almost all modern DS flashcarts use Micro SD cards, Bro... :wtf:
     
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    indeed
     
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    Micro SD cards have been going into flashcarts ever since GBA.
     
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    Good god I really hope that part was just translated wrong and he/she's thinking of Mini SD. Otherwise........ [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Wait, what..? [​IMG] I must be tired as heck...

    Anyways, yes... There's a tiny slot for a microSD on almost EVERY flashcart.
     
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    Well I couldn't say it tiny cause Micro SDs are not that small.
     
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    Uh... microSD is the smallest card to date, dude... the card measures less than half an inch wide (11 mm).
     
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    This is what that statement does to me.
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    No, this entire thread.
    lol
     
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    these are one of those times where i feel i have to face palm repeatedly..
     
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    Have you ever seen the Mini Micro SD (Or whatever they are called?) The ones that go in cell phones and you can put music into them? That is what is called small, they even use adaptors to... Omg just realized that the micro SD are in fact the ones who go into the phones lol! I had it all this time and didn't even knew how to refer to it... lol! At least I have the Micro SD I need XD.

    Thanks for the help everyone!
     
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    Scale image for example:

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    My reaction to this thread:

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    Wait, you switched the micro sd cards and mini sd cards in your mind? lol. that makes more sense, but 'tis not as funny :/
     
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    This thread is dumber than Britney Spears.
     
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    what is even this thread
     
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    One last question: Do you get to put the firmware file into the root of the Micro SD which you will put into the Flashcart or in the root of the Mini SD that you put on the side cover of your 3DS?
    Hopefully that will solve some confusion cause I'm totally noob at all this 3DS stuff
    (Just read some tutorials here. But they didn't mention anything about where to put the firmware files and I assumed that they go in mini SD since I wasn't aware that Flashcards have Micro SD slots.)
     
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    Mini SD is not involved in this situation at all. A standard SD card goes in the 3DS. The micro SD card goes in your flashcard with the firmware and roms on.
     
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