Just got an old DSLite, which flashcart should I get?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by wildfire95, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. wildfire95
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    So I've had 2 DSLite's previously, both have been broken at some point (little siblings eh? You can't trust them), and I have previously been using M3 Reals with them.

    Anyway, there's the context shoved out the way, now for the important bit, I was recently given my cousins old DSLite, and I'm wondering which flashcart to get, I suspect I wouldn't be recommended an M3 Real again since they are a dying team from what I've heard sadly.

    I've looked around and seen that Woods R4 firmware is brilliant, and I was all set to get an R4, but alas, no SDHC support. No I'm stuck in terms of which one to get :/ Any ideas?

    What I'm looking for -
    Regularly updated firmware.
    Cheap as possible (within reason obviously).
    Supports SDHC cards.


    Thanks,

    WiLDFiRE.
     
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    Either the Acekard or SuperCard 2 would be your best thing to buy for it.
     
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    The AK2 fits everything perfectly.
     
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    Cheap and updated... I'd go for the Acekard2i
     
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