GBA Slot for DSi

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  1. Statosphere62
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    I was thinking.... Would it be possible to take a gba slot form a dslite, dsphat, or gba, and wire it to a dsi? Could it even launch the game? would you need an gba emulator (does not exist) to launch the game. I highly doubt any of this. But it would be cool to glue a gba slot to your dsi and run gba games. [​IMG]
     
  2. anaxs

    anaxs got milk, got candy

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    your moms jeans pocket
    maybe next year but for now ...no
     
  3. Excellentnuke

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    The problem would be finding where to wire it. And GBA emulation might be possible on the DSi since it has more RAM.
     
  4. Statosphere62
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    ohh okay, i was just wondering
     
  5. elixirdream

    elixirdream GBAtemp Legend

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    that can be done if you are a guy who has the knowledge of technical/hardware guy [​IMG]
    basically it will be a new generation of DSi + slot 2 [​IMG]
    answer = NO ?
     
  6. Jamstruth

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    You'd need 2 things for that to work.
    1. A new DSi mobo with the connections to take a Slot2
    2. A custom firmware for DSi which allows it to utilise the Slot 2 card.

    So basically, its pretty much impossible
     
  7. tojomajojo

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    lol wut
     
  8. Da-Bomb1

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    Corrected.
     
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