IMO: If you plan to flash a lot (you use a S2)

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by DSGRIM, Sep 18, 2007.

Sep 18, 2007
  1. DSGRIM
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    Why not throw a small slider in there? Not hard to do, easier than shorting with a tooth pick all of the time. Solder the 2 contacts to each side of a small switch and you can flash when ever you want. I plan to do this with my old reg DS since its only for slot 2 stuff. (Slot 1 works but its flashed and I use it for my supercard while my R4 is on my Lite)
     
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    Why would you you be flashing your NDS that much? Or do you mean making something that would fit in nice and snug,so you could flash other peoples DS's?
     
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    He means soldering the contacts together so there is no risk
     
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    I couldn't imagine why you would want to flash your DS that much.
     
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    Soldering the contacts is a bad idea. Im talking about putting in a simple wire connected to each contact and turning it on whenever you want to flash. (You would want to flash when new updates were out, this is a simple mod for ds modders I guess it seems like a tedious mod for you guys_
     
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    Yea. Same thing >_>
     
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    Why don't you rather use a conductive pen? It isn't cheap for what it does, but it does the job and you can remove the traces just in case.
    http://www.web-tronics.com/2200-mtp.html

    But for me, I would stick to a toothpick with foil.
     
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    i shoved a wire into my ds it worked
     
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    Just unflashed my ds lite, took like 10seconds. Opened it ran the NFML, stuck in some rolled up foil and i was done. I don't see why you need to solder anything.
     

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