DSi price with Sudokuhax

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Jan 30, 2013

DSi price with Sudokuhax by Gh0sti at 3:49 PM (1,254 Views / 0 Likes) 16 replies

  1. Gh0sti
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    So luckily I was able to have my DSi hacked with sudokuhax with 1.1 v final, and its on 1.4.5U, how much do you guys think i could get for it, its in very good condition, has screen protectors and a rubber casing on it Im just curious as to how much they would sell
     
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    Over 9000!!!!

    I dunno ._. It's still a DSi and most flashcards work on 1.4.5.
     
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    Less then 500 DSi's are exploited with the Sudokuhaxx.
    So yes, a exploited DSi is worth quite a lot more then a regular DSi.
    Mainly cause it can run DSi homebrew from the internal SD slot.

    @OP.
    I think you should look at atleast 50 over the price of a DSi.
    I also don't know how much it goes for but if you add 50 over the price of a regular DSi then it would still be quite fair.
     
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    i thought the hack only worked on 1.4.1 as it was blocked on higher?
     
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    I have a DSi XL with the Sudokuhax, in brand new condition with 1.4.1 FW.
    Running homebrew from the SD card slot is awesome ( like NesDS that has even extra features ).
    That should be worth quite a bit more then a regular DSi......
    But I'm not planning to sell it !

    Such a shame that the scene lost interest in DSi homebrew so quickly and it's so underutilized, it might have been quite something.
     
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    no you can update after you have installed the save and the save won't be deleted. Exception you update the game.

    I would pay 80 - 100 € but I don't buy things from foreign countries because the paperwork etc. is horrible. Last time I had to pay 200€ to import a battery pack
     
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    Well the reason is simle: once the 3DS is homebrew enabled it will allow for so much more, so why bother ?
     
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    3DS Kernel Access allows for all modes access fully
    so it will allow for more features on DSi mode on the 3DS than Sudokuhaxed DSi
     
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    It's most likely not gonna happen soon (not for long not full)
     
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    The one main drawback with a Sudokuhaxed DSi, is that they can note run DS mode homebrew. We know from flash carts that DS mode homebrew CAN be run in DSi mode, however, the fact that there is very few examples of DSi mode homebrew was the main reason I wiped my DSi and traded it in at a local video game store. I really see no reason for Sudokuhax this late in the DS homebrew scene.
     
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    It's a shame that so few DSi's were sudokuhax'd and I imagine this is the reason for the lack of DSi mode homebrew.
    I see every reason for it though (I really liked the DSi).
     
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    theres some good reasons to keep the Sudokuhax. Its awesome to run homebrew and emulators with no flashcart, and some stuff runs a lot better in dsi mode. Pokemini and msxds are good examples.
    too bad the exploit(s) were squashed so quickly.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Why bother ?
    As like when you have a DSiXL and you love it and didn't buy a 3DS yet ?
    Or should I buy a 3DS and hope that one day there will be fantastic homebrew on it and throw my trusty homebrew ready DSiXL in the garbage ?
    Do you assume that as soon as a new console comes out everybody just dumps the old one ?

    Call me sentimental, but I like my DSiXL and I plan to keep it for a long time. There are still lots of commercial games and great homebrews that I didn't get around to play with yet.
     
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    If I had to sell it, I would start at $200, especially if it's in great condition like you described.

    However, I would never sell it. It would be a family heirloom even after it stopped working.
     
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    can you upload the homebrew and emulators that work with Sudokuhax?

    or all of that image.
     
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    most if not all of this stuff is available at Filetrip. i didnt rename anything too oddly on my SD, so it should all be findable.
    boot.nds is the Homebrew Menu 0.4.1, the atari's are StellaDS, A7800, and A5200
     
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    SpinalDSiMenu_boot.nds!??!?!?!!! :)
     

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