Homebrew Noob With Questions

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by masterofpsi, Jan 21, 2007.

Jan 21, 2007
  1. masterofpsi
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    Newcomer masterofpsi Newbie

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    First off, I'd like extend a hello to everyone who reads this. Thanks in advance for enduring my questions.

    I've had my DS Lite for awhile, and I'm interested in homebrewing it. However, I have a few concerns.
    1. I don't want to open up the DS, or do anything that might damage it. It took me awhile to acquire it.
    2. I'd like to buy a Slot-1 card with great-perfect homebrew and ROM compatibility.
    3. I'd like something cheap, or at least something I won't need to replace or re-purchase later on.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks again
    Psi
     
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    Global Moderator Veho The man who cried "Ni".

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    The R4 or M3 Simply are a good bet, and the Supercard DS is looking good too. They all have regular updates, and getting one of them will keep you ahead of the game a long time, by the looks of things. Then again, who knows what tomorrow will bring [​IMG] But don't worry, GBATEMP will be here every step of the way, so stick around and enjoy the ride [​IMG]
     
  3. TheGuyWhoShotU

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    I got myself an R4, and I am loving it! [​IMG]
     
  4. mikeosoft

    Member mikeosoft GBAtemp Regular

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    get the EZ5 its got great homebrew compatibility for a slot 1 device. and its relativly cheap. where are u located? in the goold ole' USofA?
     
  5. simpson17

    Member simpson17 GBAtemp Regular

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    The m3 simply/R4 is easy to use for nds backups, no software needed, just drag and drop. There is homebrew that's available, it's just not all homebrew supports all the slot 1 cards right now.
    You can read up on homebrew for the m3 simply/R4 here -
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=42715

    That should be what you need. You can buy a kingston 1gb microsd card at newegg for less than $20 after the cheapest shipping.

    you can get the m3 simply -
    http://www.realhotstuff.com/simply-stock-p-173.html
    http://www.gamersection.ca/product_i...ducts _id=374
    http://www.kicktrading.ca/m3-ds-simp...71954a5dfbc008

    these are all good sites with a good rep (newegg is USA only)

    heres the micro sd card -
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...E1682 0134215
    This comes out to $65 before shipping, and is going to be the cheapest thing you can find, and it's also the best thing out right now.
     
  6. corbs132

    Member corbs132 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    no, r4 is the best thing out right now. faster updates.
     
  7. masterofpsi
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    Newcomer masterofpsi Newbie

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    I'd heard that the R4/M3 Simply are the same thing. Is there any truth to that matter?
    Is there a more expanded guide on the M3? That one is nice, but it doesn't cover the apps I'm looking for.
    Thanks for all of the replies!
    psi
     
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    Member Jax Pip Pip Cheerioink!

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    They're exactly the same, but the R4 is cheaper and has faster updates.
    Go with the R4!
     
  9. Veho

    Global Moderator Veho The man who cried "Ni".

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    [​IMG]

    It's $2 cheaper. Big deal.

    EDIT: With the new DLDI library that came out recently, Slot 1 cards have better homebrew support than they used to.
     

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