Need help picking best dsi/ds flash card

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by white wolf, Jun 11, 2009.

Jun 11, 2009
  1. white wolf
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    Member white wolf GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi everyone im new here and new to the dsi/ds flash seen. I have the old ds and pan on getting a dsi soon. I am bombarded with all these flash karts so i need help to pick the best one. I need one that will work with the dsi but will also work with the original ds.
    One that works with all games 100%
    -is in english
    -supports action replay or some kind of cheats
    -dosent lag
    -supports wifi
    -is updated regulaly(firmwear updates etc)so it wouldnt become outdated and useless

    well that is all i can think of for now.
    Please help. I live in trinidad so this will take forever to get here by shipment. So i want to make sure i get value for my money [​IMG]
    Tks
     
  2. James_Wulfe

    Member James_Wulfe GBAtemp Regular

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    There is no 100% guarantee
    All of them support English
    All of them have cheats
    Lag depends on the MicroSD you use, i recommend Kingston or Sandisk
    All of them can do wifi
    As for becoming outdated and useless they all will eventualy by some new cart, but my recomendations would be a AceKard 2i as it will work on a DSi and a DSL, but some other good DSL carts are also DSTT and Cyclo.

    Also please check the, NDS - Flashing Hardware and Software , section where this should have been posted for reviews of various carts.
     
  3. k3vin369

    Newcomer k3vin369 Advanced Member

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    Hearing from many people, AceKard2i is good.
    I have a DSTT; at first, I was really happy to get it because it is simple and did everything it said it would do. But up until now, firmware updates have died; the last firmware update was January 6, I believe.

    Oh well, I've replaced the default firmware with MoonShell2+YSMenu. It's awesome
     

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