m3i zero cheats wont show

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  1. PraxxtorCruel
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    PraxxtorCruel GBAtemp Regular

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    When I switch on my dsi, I can't find the cheat codes at all, what am I supposed to do? I put the cheat file into the system folder, but nothing shows up.

    Also if I was to update my m3i zero to the latest firmware version sakura 1.4 would I have to reflash my device and add all my stuff into my micro sd card again, I really dont want to start over on one game Ive been playing.

    Thanks
     
  2. DeltaBurnt

    DeltaBurnt I'm bored

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    Where intellect matters
    1. No you will not have to reflash after adding sakura, all you have to do is overwrite your current system folder with the sakura one.

    2. Reflashing your M3i zero doesn't make you lose games/saves

    3. In sakura when you open the options for your game you can choose the cheat file, once you've put the new cheat.db on there you can browse to where it is and then select it.
     
  3. TheWorldEndsWith

    TheWorldEndsWith Advanced Member

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    Thanks for the great help [​IMG]
     
  4. elixirdream

    elixirdream GBAtemp Legend

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    i will add on something might be relevant

    if the game you are trying to play with cheats is patched/dubbed, you might not see any codes for it
    It is because gbatemp cheat database supports only clean rom with few exceptions
     
  5. PraxxtorCruel
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    But when I click the game it just starts it I dont get no option like that?

    I've even dumped my platinum but nothing...

    If I change the file name of the dump does that make a difference?

    Is there a way that can I enable the cheats to show up incase they've been disabled?
     
  6. iamjust

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    You have to drag to name to the left, so that you can see the settings.
    And changing the name doesn't make a difference.
     
  7. anaxs

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    your moms jeans pocket
    this is true
    always happens
     
  8. PraxxtorCruel
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    What options are you guys on about? I cant find anything. Im so confused...
     
  9. PraxxtorCruel
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    You mean scroll the name of the game to the left, the place were all your games are situated?
     
  10. dsrules

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    I thought that only happens on other flashcarts, not on M3REAL, or did they fixed that on the M3iZero already?

    PraxxtorCruel, highlight your game and push X or Y for the Game Setup Screen
     
  11. PraxxtorCruel
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    Thank YOU VERY MUCH, it works your a life saver, thanks again.
     
  12. PraxxtorCruel
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    Oh also what is soft reset used for? Thanks.
     
  13. IAmTheRad

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    Soft reset for most cards generally is a key combination you can press to return to the menu of the cart itself. The main menu, I would assume for the M3i Zero. Not sure yet, don't have my M3i Zero yet (but soon, Friday the latest)