m3 real

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  1. kidkawaii
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    so i recently purchased a m3 real perfect bundle - figured i'd rather have the added options and not use them versus want to use the features of the expansion pack/rumble and not have them.

    my problem: ALL the websites and resources ive read have stated that the m3 is compatible with both the NDS & NDSL where as when the package arrived it was clearly made only for the NDSL

    my question: what the hell am i supposed to do with these useless 30$ pieces of plastic? how can i use the m3 to play NDS games without an expansion pack?


    should i just return the bundle and exchange it for...? (suggestions?)
     
  2. kidkawaii
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    oh yeah, obviously, i have an original NDS..
     
  3. Urza

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    There aren't any NDS games that require the expansion pack. The M3 Real should work fine on its own.
     
  4. Masta_mind257

    Masta_mind257 GBAtemp Regular

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    sell the expansions on ebay, then just use it for a real rumble pak
     
  5. thedicemaster

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    the M3 itself is compatible with both.
    and i believe resellers are supposed to state that the option packs are lite-only.

    if you have a DS/GBA-screwdriver and a GBA card you're willing to sacrifice you can "transplant" the inside of the option packs.
    there are people who got their m3 option packs to work on a phat DS like that.
     
  6. Xeronage

    Xeronage GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    If that doesnt work..using an old M3 MiniSD does the trick, it gets recognized by the M3Real. (You dont have to put a MiniSD in it)