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Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by wildfire95, Sep 25, 2009.
Just wondering guys, just got back from a break in the scene
RTS and all that should do the trick. M3 Real has no special features.
Zero works on DSi and has a flashable "core".
Otherwise... it's almost exactly the same (no major differences).
The m3 Real has RTS too.
for what I've seen, the m3izero is basically an m3ds real with added dsi compatibility. and for that, it has an updateable internal firmware (different from the "system" dir used to launch homebrew backups etc) so you can make it compatible with future dsi updates.
i didnt know much about the M3 so I apologize. I thought before that M3 Real has no features. Perhaps the RTS was just recently added
M3 Real has RTS for a long time now, also, as others said, there is no difference between Real and Zero, except DSi compatibility and "core" updates..
Okay guys, im thinking of getting a refurbed NDS Lite, and i previously had a M3Real, but lost it haha. When i saw the new one i was intruiged
I think ill go with the M3Real, and try out this Sakura everyone is on about,.
just curious. What would be the benefit of updateable 'core'?
For future-proof?, like in rare case of new NDS got released, M3Zero would be able to updated to be compatible with that new NDS?
Well, that may be true, that's not what it was added for. The Dsi firmware can (and has) be updated, and those updates can (and again, has) blocked flashcarts.
The updatable core allows the M3i to to be updated to work around the blocks.
I see.., thanks for clarifying.