Opinion needed about a r4i website

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May 19, 2011
  1. Mbmax
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    Hi there.

    Maybe someone could explain me why this website claim those cooperations with famous teams about their flashcarts ?

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    Also, for those who knows pretty well all official teams kernel, please pay attention to kernels they provide for their brand new product listed bellow :

    - R4 SDHC Dual-Core Smart Update
    - R4i Upgrade RTS Lite Real Time Save SDHC

    Any guess from where they took them ?
     
  2. tranfeer

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    Please stay away from these fake ones.
    r4i3d(r4i3d.com) , r4isdhc(r4isdhc.com) and n3dstt(n3dstt.com) are all shameless fake ones.
     
  3. Mbmax
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    Don't worry, i won't buy anything from them. [​IMG]
    BTW, you can add also the r4ids.cc, the acekard.cc and probably many more from them.

    From what i can see, the R4i Upgrade RTS Lite Real Time Save SDHC is a dstti based flashcart using stolen code from several homebrew authors. The rts code is stolen from the ismart premium.
    About the R4 SDHC Dual-Core Smart Update, they seems to have cloned the r4ids.cn which are allowed to use wood R4 sources from yellow wood goblin.

    I will ask him if he is aware of those new fake flashcarts.
     
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    Mbmax, you are right.
    We should tell people to stay away from these fake ones.
     
  5. Mbmax
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    Count on me. [​IMG]
     
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    Yay. But some fakes like the R4i SDHC 3DS and R4i Gold 3DS team are very reliable
     
  7. Mbmax
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    Well, let say there is fakes and there is clones.

    Here how i understand those words :

    - Clones are hardware based on famous team flashcarts and are allowed by them.
    - Fakes are hardware based on famous team flashcarts and are NOT allowed by them. In other word they stole their work to make easy money. [​IMG]
     
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    For me...

    - Legitly-bought designs are not clones, it's just more flash carts.
    - The disallowed ones are clones.

    "Fake" tends to lead people to believe a product won't work at all, like they're going to get an empty box.
     
  9. Mbmax
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    It's almost the case ! [​IMG]

    Have you ever seen how many website those behind ndscardsale opened ?
    You get a flashcart and the fake team drop the support. It's like if you get an empty box. [​IMG]

    Fake is a very appropriated word to describe what they are doing.
     
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    Oh believe me I do what I can to get people to not buy those, but you'll have people that say it does play some games so it's still a good product.

    Buyer's remorse, much?
     

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