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Discussion in 'Supercard' started by ahmed8553, Sep 10, 2013.
how is that even possible?
can someone try it?
It's kind of suspicious that their using two different 3DSs. I'm not well-versed in the matter of 3DS hacking though so I have no idea if it's possible or not.
That would be cool.
From what I know the gateway installer is just a regular NDS file that can be used on any flashcart, but you'll need the red card to actually play 3DS games after you install it.
It does look kind of suspicious, Two 3DS are used, it doesn't look like he/she's pushing the DSTwo in the 3DS. It looks like a fake, that and the white 3DS is on 6.1.0, i thought Gateway needed a 4.5.0 3DS to work ?
Edit- Tried on my 3DS, unfortunately i don't think it will ever work due to my 3DS being on 6.1.0, it looks like it wants to work but, all i get is a error message telling me the software crashed and the console has to restart. Bummer, really wanted to see if it was possible to use Gateway mode with a Supercard
What's a Frimware?
Doesn't the Gateway and the Supercard uses the same hardware ? I would try but, even if Gateway mode does install on my 3DS, i get a message saying the software crashed and needs to reboot
As far as I know some of the hardware is similar but that's not nearly enough to launch 3DS games with it. Besides, I'd think the Gateway team would have made sure something like this is not possible.
No, that's a rumor made by people who have never opened more than two flash carts before (most flash carts use similar or the same FPGA models, they're just programmed differently and locked).
The DSTWO will never be able to play 3DS games.
And yes, you can run the Gateway firmware/preparation software from a DSTWO like the blue Gateway card, since the blue Gateway card is just some DS flashcard, like the R4.
You still need the red Gateway card to play 3DS games and therefore makes it rather useless.
Didn't know that if you change the shell of the Gateway card u still can play 3DS games!
OMG! I'll try this right away and change the shell of my Gateway with the shell of DSTWO to see if it works!
That first part was rather dull, I'm launching the Gateway installer from DS2 all the time. That second part was more interesting. DSTwo Microcontroller should be versatile enough to emulate whatever the Gateway does, kudos to Team Supercard if they really pulled this off.
the second part is very obviously fake (is another video, another hand, another 3DS), how he/she put the card under the 3ds and moved the finger upper to push donkey kong card or gateway card in
Since this video is not from the people behind Supercard I also assume it's fake.