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Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by g6team, Jul 2, 2009.
Here is a video of the M3i Zero.
Yay!!! Finally something to watch... Thanks.
EDIT: Wow... after spending 30 minutes download the video at dial-up speed I must say that the flashing process looks cool.
Woot. FirstSecond post x)
I am gonna watch it now...
EDIT: Someone beat me to it...
Nothing special if you ask me... It just looks like it can be flashed and is now compatible with the DSi. The beginning of the OS looks the same, so some people such as my self can assume that the OS may have never changed
thanks .. i am happy to see something from the team
awesome cant wait for it
This looks pretty stealth, but time will tell which flashcart will survive all updates.
What a hassle, do they seriously think customers will understand how to make this card work?
thats what gbatemp is for
all the FAQ
soon we will start seeing new threads like how do i get m3i 0 work
my m3i 0 refuse to work
*flame shield: on*
Doesn't look complicated.....However, there are people that don't know how to unzip a game, so I guess some will have problems with it!
Thanks for the video, looks very good to me..
And I neve thought it will anything different from M3 Real, it uses Sakura as firmware, did anybody honestly think that they'll develope two versions of Sakura?!
If they have to develop a second Sakura they'll have a lot of work with M3 touchpod, M3 Sakura (i) , iTouch and R4i firmwares. (Thats 5 firmwares if there are 2 Sakura versions)
Nice .... Can I have a free one!?
Doesnt seem to be too hard.
Nice and easy if you ask me...
But obviously, we still get questions like "Why is my flashcard saying, 'microSD not found'", so i woudnt be surprised the forums flooding with M3i issues...
Hurray it has a USB updater! Also look it has a built in LED. Oooooooo, aaaaaaaa.
Lol, we also got to see the card design too, looks awesome too. I can't wait to get this ^^
I doubt they made two sakuras...I think they just made the m3i zero compatible with the original Sakura.
it's not a USB updater, it's just a power cable to supply the M3i0 with enough power to flash itself.
updating is done through microSD.
If for some strange reason your PC/laptop dies during the flashing, will the flashcard die along with it ?
You know what I meant. It involved the usb giving it power so it's able to update itself without having to use the DSi making it easier to bypass firmware blocks ^^
what is the whole point of power supply cable?
Its in the quote above your post ....
FUCK! If will be more expensive than the SUPERCARD DSONEi in Rocksoft, Im going to blacklist rocksoftonline.com
I cant believe this will be soon. Im going to buy this. I wonder if it will be bricked if it's half way the update during the USB power supply?
I find it interesting how we aren't shown even a glimpse of the firmware. Perhaps it's not Sakura as we know it? I hope it's MENUdo - chances are it isn't, but I wish it was.