NDSi XL

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Bloodgod, May 30, 2010.

  1. Bloodgod
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    Bloodgod 嵐の王

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    I'm thinking of gettin an XL. Do flash carts work on those yet?
     
  2. Beats

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    Sure they do.
     
  3. Crimsonclaw111

    Crimsonclaw111 GBAtemp Fan

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    Any DSi compatible cart will run on a NDSi XL, provided the firmware isn't 1.4 or the card is flashed.
     
  4. BoxShot

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    All DSi XL are 1.4x
     
  5. qlum

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    except the reversion 705 of the ezflash vi this card still needs a firmware update but all new cards are 805 so that won't be a problem
     
  6. hunnymonster

    hunnymonster GBAtemp Regular

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    Acekard 2i - does
    Supercard DSOne - doesn't
    Supercard DSOnei - with fireware (sic) 1.1 does, with fireware (sic) 1.0 doesn't
    Supercard DSTwo - does

    and so do others - as has been said, as long as they are updated to work with DSi v1.4 firmware.
     
  7. Bloodgod
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    Bloodgod 嵐の王

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    ^thanks I was about to ask that question. Cause I have an old AceKard for an NDS I was planning to use.

    Does dealxtreme still sell those? if not ,where can I find a cheap place to get it?
     
  8. tk_saturn

    tk_saturn GBAtemp Psycho!

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    No they no longer sell flashcarts.

    Remember it's the Acekard 2i you need, not the Acekard 2.1.

    If you no longer have your NDS, you will have to buy an Acekard 2i which has been preupdated to 1.4 from places such as ShopTemp..

    If you can afford it though, you're probably better off with the DSTWO.