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are the currnet ds mode card going to be updated to run 3ds mode or are they going to make new cards all together im trying to decide to buy a new card now or wait,
 

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s4mid4re said:
pengypikmin said:
I read on r4 wood they were going to release a kernelkernel for what? And source please?"R4 Wood" is a poser site focusing on the popularity of Wood, and they're not the first to promise they'd release a 3DS update.

Wait, now that there ARE 3DS ROMs, I'mma' go e-mail around to the places that told me they'd have a firmware update to play 3DS ROMs. XD

EDIT: Wait, it wasn't pandora. It was 3DSCard.

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As of this very moment, it does not play 3DS Rom's because 3DS Roms are not available. Once 3DS Rom's are available, we will put out a downloadable update so that it will. I hope this helps. Thank you.

-3DSCard Team
 

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Rydian said:
s4mid4re said:
pengypikmin said:
I read on r4 wood they were going to release a kernel
kernel for what? And source please?
"R4 Wood" is a poser site focusing on the popularity of Wood, and they're not the first to promise they'd release a 3DS update.

Wait, now that there ARE 3DS ROMs, I'mma' go e-mail around to the places that told me they'd have a firmware update to play 3DS ROMs. XD

Oh please do! XD
 

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why the roms are out so the posers will have to take down their fake sites and the real hackers can start working
 
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