Paypal for flashcard?

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Feb 27, 2013

Paypal for flashcard? by spibbly at 4:49 AM (1,059 Views / 0 Likes) 17 replies

  1. spibbly
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    Now, I know Paypal doesn't like flashcards. Is there any site that uses paypal secretly? Or is there alternatives. I don't feel comfortable using a direct credit card transfer.
     
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    your best bet would be to contact a really trusted site and ask if they can take a paypal payment. they may take them privately on a case-by-case basis.

    -another world
     
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    Even shops that do publicly still advertise paypal need you to e-mail them for the info anyways, because if they're found they'll be shut down.

    Paypal's not a bank, so they're not under the same regulations. They can freeze any accounts and take bribes from Nintendo and shit all they want.
     
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    i did it once and i got my r4 3ds so just research the website you want to buy throuh paypal kuz some of them are frauds
     
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    eachgame.com, i bought DSTWO with paypal there

    on paypal they only list order id, not item list
     
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    I just bought a flashcard from nds-card.com, they had paypal easily. Thanks for your help. If anyone is wondering, I bought the DSTT.
     
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    Whyyyy? It's a dead cart/clone.
     
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    Because it is cheap and supports SDHC
     
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    So does the R4i Gold, which has Wood support on top.
     
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    I don't want to be argumentative, but the DSTT is $7 on nds-card.com, while the R4i Gold is $16. Also, what is so special about wood other than it being pretty?
     
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    RTS for one, but mainly the ability to play games without somebody needing to update the information .dat files. Wood patches DS AP in general in a more modern manner, not needing per-game info like YSmenu and older softwares did, so it can play new ROM dumps as soon as they come out (barring new AP schemes).

    If YSmenu/RGF was as good as normal flash cart software (AKAIO/EoS/Wood, etc.) we wouldn't have as much of a reason to suggest other carts. :P
    RGF's updates are a fallback for people who have carts that get no more updates.
     
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    Ok, well isn't there a port of wood for DSTT?
     
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    DSTT is pretty much dead, a lot of the newer games won't work on it, or won't run properly.
     
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    Well, whatever, its too late
     
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    If you have a cart with the "DSTT" label that's a hardware copy of the original R4 when Wood R4 might work...

    But if you mean all those ports of Wood, they stopped.
     
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    The cheap corded drills from Harbor Freight also work, but I've had them go up in smoke on me. Have yet to have that problem with a quality tool that costs a bit more.
     
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    nds-card.com (GBAT's sponsor) does it rather well and in kinda secret

    My DSTT would like to have words with you on that :rofl2:

    There is still unofficial updates from RetroGameFan for both YSMenu and TTMenu systems on the DSTT

    And as for Reliability well my girlfriends one has been going fine for well over 2 years so yea
     
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    Just arrived today, so far its pretty good.
     

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