Official M3i enable/flash video

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Jul 2, 2009
  1. Scorpei
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    Member Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    Hey all,

    The M3 team just mailed me with this video, so I thought I'd share (as you are all waiting for it to be released without delays [​IMG]):

    It shows the M3i 'unboxing and enabling' so to speak. Pretty self explanatory [​IMG].

    Cheers,
    Scorpei
     
  2. Maikel Steneker

    Member Maikel Steneker M3 Fanboy

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    I wonder if the flashing also works in Linux. I think the person in the video is using Mac OS X, so that should at least work...
     
  3. Technik

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    This has already been posted
     
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    So I want to know when it is coming out, I am still waiting on my order from Gamezway [​IMG]
     
  5. Scorpei
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    AFAIK It should with any OS as it is a stand alone system. It simply takes the power from USB. So it should in theory also work from an USB power adapter (as long as it provides an USB socket or you solder up your own connector [​IMG]).
     
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    Cool from M3 Team i have to get this one [​IMG]
     
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    works under linux, DOS, windows, OSX, android, BIOS, anything.
    as long as it sends a 5V current into the USB port.

    it's really a very reliable method.
    you can update using any system that can write onto a FAT-formatted microSD.
    no risk of an incompatible operating system/DSi firmware.


    ... you can probably even update using a USB HUB with external power supply, without a PC.
     
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    Trying to clone SuperCard, eh?
     
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    they're not trying to clone supercard but i think they made the style to look similar. where have i seen a flashcart with a built in USB before? Im sure Ive seen one before.
     
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    the m3 has always been famous unlike the SC bcz of pricing probably and if the price rises, it's gonna a prob and this looks nice considering they tried to make unique to the dsi
     
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    Im Going to buy This Straight away.... [​IMG]
    But only if Team Cyclops release a badass one that this [​IMG]
     

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