Dsi Hacked

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by riomaru, Apr 11, 2009.

Apr 11, 2009

Dsi Hacked by riomaru at 8:19 PM (1,751 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. riomaru
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    Newcomer riomaru Member

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    Well I was wondering is the dsi hacked yet, I can't trust no where else. i really trust this site. becuase every console i get I hack it. So please give me all the info you can
     
  2. nicky041192

    Member nicky041192 GBAtemp Maniac

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    Newcomer riomaru Member

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    tried it
     
  4. Martiin

    Member Martiin GBAtemp Fan

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    info:
    its already been hacked
    1.) first you go buy a new PANDORA BATTERY; which hack's the system memory
    2.) get off this forum because Nintendo can track you down
    3.) buy a SD card and start downloading illegal things

    PS- the fairies might attack your DSi, causing it to explode, BE CAUTIOUS
     
  5. Sharpz

    Member Sharpz GBAtemp Fan

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    LOL! A pandora battery?
     
  6. DeltaBurnt

    Member DeltaBurnt I'm bored

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    I lol'd alot.

    But seriously those fairies are what ruined my first DSi...luckily my friend works at gamestop and overlooked the fact that the warranty doesn't cover the fairy attacks.
     
  7. Livin in a box

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    Simple answer- no.

    Long answer- no, but people are working on it.
     

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