Hacking Dsi Shop Down for maintenence

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I went to the shop to see if there were any new good games and it said sorry the shop is down for maintenence. Whats going on? is there a big update soon?

I'm sorry if this thread is in the wrong place
 

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Unoalpho said:
I went to the shop to see if there were any new good games and it said sorry the shop is down for maintenence. Whats going on? is there a big update soon?

I'm sorry if this thread is in the wrong place

Is 1.5 on it's way???
 

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The Wii shop channel was down for maintanence and its back up with a new 4.3 firmware update.

So I'm guessing there will be a 1.5 :S
 

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CRAP! that means we might get another block from nintendo on all flashcarts lol

Edit: I checked the DSi shop and got on it. Just new games nothing else......
 

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