M3i Zero Firmware Question

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  1. Tragoedia181
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    Tragoedia181 B*tch I Look Like Goku!!

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    Well I just got a DSi a few weeks ago and i decided to buy the M3i Zero.Well i heard of 2 firmware for it which are TouchPod & M3 Sakura so which one should I get and can somebody explain why should I choose the one they think is better?
     
  2. tj_cool

    tj_cool Site dev

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    Sakura

    It is faster, nicer and based on moonshell (so build-in mp3/movie player [​IMG])
    It also gives the option to boot Touchpod if you hold A on boot [​IMG]
     
  3. mc_B3oWoLF

    mc_B3oWoLF GBAtemp Regular

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    I fully agree with tj_cool!
    Sakura should be the best choice for you!)
    I use Sakura myself, and started using it as soon as it appeared!
    It was such a great difference!)))
    If you try TouchPod some day, in order just to compare, you'll understand, what we mean [​IMG]
     
  4. anaxs

    anaxs got milk, got candy

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    well get the dual loader which gives u sakura and touch pod
    even tho skaura has better game compatibility and have a media player, touch pod firmware has better homebrew compatibility so i think u should get the dual loader so u have both skaura and touch pod
    wenever u wanna change the firmware u can just keep A pressed when loading the m3i 0
     
  5. ChuckBartowski

    ChuckBartowski GBATemp Nerd Herd Specialist

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    Sakura for everything but homebrew. Touchpod has more computability.
     
  6. GhostToast

    GhostToast GBAtemp Regular

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    thanks for asking and answering. i was confused about this as well. also kind of hard to keep up with what seems like almost daily firmware revisions. is there a definitive place to get what would always be the most current firmwares? i mean, other than happening upon someone who's posted a thread about it here.
     
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