Hacking M3 SAKURA SOFTWARE VS M3 DS REAL SOFTWARE

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Did you try reading the sticky? http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=89197

Q: Why should I use M3 Sakura?
A: M3 Sakura features a completely customizable GUI and employs a unique touch-and-slide navigation/control currently not found in any other flashcart. The controls are much more sensitive than M3 Real's original firmware (TouchPod), and overall much better-looking. M3 Sakura also has an integrated text viewer, image viewer, music player and video player, so there's no need to run a separate homebrew (e.g., MoonShell) to open various files. You can find more information on how M3 Sakura looks on the DS including videos here. Skyline969 has also done some comprehensive video reviews on M3 Sakura with an extensive commentary. His videos will give you a very good idea of what it is, but the firmware has seen some improvement since he made those videos.
 
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  • The14thfly @ The14thfly:
    where do you live where cooked spaghetti is cheaper than uncooked spaghetti
  • tsao @ tsao:
    same @kenenthk I grew up eating junk food so I can perhaps survive with low standards
  • tsao @ tsao:
    but ffs I want to lead a slightly better life than my family
  • Minox @ Minox:
    Hmm? What I don't understand is how canned spaghetti is cheaper than uncooked spaghetti
  • tsao @ tsao:
    the government surely doesn't make it easier with its decisions
  • The14thfly @ The14thfly:
    same
  • kenenthk @ kenenthk:
    It's not about that it's about managing your funds and surviving
  • The14thfly @ The14thfly:
    @Minox i have yet to see a can of spaghetti cheaper than just a bag of spaghetti lol
  • The14thfly @ The14thfly:
    maybe they meant the pasta + sauce ? but even then, its still cheaper
  • The14thfly @ The14thfly:
    since you get more spaghetti out of a bag
  • Minox @ Minox:
    Same, hence my confusion
  • kenenthk @ kenenthk:
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  • Minox @ Minox:
    Worst case even just spaghetti will give you quite a bit of energy even without anything extra
  • Psionic Roshambo @ Psionic Roshambo:
    Uh oh spegetios
  • kenenthk @ kenenthk:
    Half a pound of ground beef can go for like $4 alone here
  • Psionic Roshambo @ Psionic Roshambo:
    With meatballs!!! Was on sale the other day I got 2 cans for 1.25 lol
  • Minox @ Minox:
    I see 0.78usd spaghetti that would surely be enough for a few meals
  • kenenthk @ kenenthk:
    It's processed shit but at least it can make you believe it's there
  • Minox @ Minox:
    Fry a bit of minced meat with some onions and tomatoes and you have a decent enough meal
  • kenenthk @ kenenthk:
    And all the ingredients would still cost you more
  • Minox @ Minox:
    Would they though? Make a decent enough batch and eat for a few days and it'll even out
  • kenenthk @ kenenthk:
    Depends on inflation rates like I said half a pound of ground beef here is like $4 vs 4 cans for $4 that's processed
  • Minox @ Minox:
    To make it even more economical you can add more vegetables
  • Minox @ Minox:
    That is, change the ratio of meat to vegetables
  • kenenthk @ kenenthk:
    But still more you'd spend but whatever floats your boat
    kenenthk @ kenenthk: But still more you'd spend but whatever floats your boat