Looking for a very user freindly cart

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by pollo55, May 27, 2008.

May 27, 2008
  1. pollo55
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    Newcomer pollo55 Member

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    i got an m3 real. but...a friedn of mine wants a flash cart, and he doesnt know anything, so im looking for a very user friendly -easy to use cart andn cheap! so i can rape him [​IMG]. thanks!
     
  2. NiGHtS

    Member NiGHtS GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Ultra Flash Pass EX? I have one and when it comes to user friendly its just connect to ye 'ole comp, drag and drop files and get on with it. [​IMG]
     
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    I'd get the "go to the right thread" cart. its pretty nice.
     
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    M3 Real is already user-friendly to some extent. I think the R4 is decent, in any case what you need to do is search, get a cheap one like AK2/DSTT/etc that's good but simple.
     
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    Member Sonicslasher In Law we trust.

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    No, the card is outdated and while not have the compatibility of most new cards. I know by experience.
     
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    Compatabilty? [​IMG] I assume you're talking about homebrew because all the DS roms work A-ok.
     
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    Crack is Whack [​IMG]


    The Acekard2 and DSTT are very easy too use.
    The CycloDS EVO is quite simple too.
    The R4 is easy to use but it is outdated. Stay awy.
     
  8. mercm3

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    Both my 5 and 7 year old boys have no problems using the DSTT very user friendly I'd say only real issue with DSTT is the lack of sorting (I use FATSORT to get around that). Some ppl have complained of slow menu navigation but my impatient boys have never complained of slowness (but to be fair they only have 2 gig cards).
     
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    M3 real's only problem is TWEWY from my experience.
     
  10. Toni Plutonij

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    Well, I can suggest M3 Real and Cyclo...I'm usig both carts, and they are great to use...I prefer M3 Real, but can't really explain it...Cyclo would be a cart to go with, it's very simple!! and it's fast..

    sooo, why don't you check some other threads here, there are many, don't be lazy..
     
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    No recent cart is particularly difficult to use, but the DSTT is the simplest cart to use (you don't have to mess with navigating folders or anything because all the .nds files are presented in a single list).

    Like mercm3 said, the biggest drawback of the DSTT is that it doesn't sort the games alphabetically, but you can use fatsort or the "sorting trick" to sort the games.

    I would recommend the DSTT for a child or someone who is computer illiterate.

    Otherwise, a cart that has a few more features like the Acekard 2 might be more appropriate. The AK2 has a beautiful and responsive menu, isn't difficult to use, and is only $4 more than the DSTT at dealextreme.com.

    -Bri
     
  12. pollo55
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    thanks alot guys!!
     

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