Hacking I has Acekard 2i question ^.^

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Just wondering, I recently updated my acekard 2i with the acekard 2i's system type (not using akaio) and A TON of games (new ones) will refuse to work :/. I was just wondering if changing the user face to a new one such as akaio, will the flashcart be affected in any way? >.< Sorry if this is a dumb question to some people. T.T
 

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The flashcart itself is not affected by what firmware you use on it. Feel free to use whichever one you prefer, although you'd be better off using AKAIO 1.8 if you want better game compatibility.
 

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Alright thanks a ton! And sorry tj_cool if I put this in the wrong area >.< I got a little confused on where to post it x3. So now I guess I'm going to just download Akaio 1.8 and paste it on my root folder while taking off my old one ^.^
 

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