Question regarding flashme and sleep mode?

Discussion in 'Other Flashing Hardware & Software' started by jkanzaki, Aug 17, 2006.

Aug 17, 2006
  1. jkanzaki
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    Newcomer jkanzaki Member

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    hellO
    i flashed my dsl my self the other day i notice i couldn't use sleep mode. I heard i have to use a actual real ds game to enable sleep mode . am i correct? or i can just plug my passcard 3 instead.

    another important question would be, if i plug a actual ds game inside to enable sleep mode, would it eat off some battery like using superkey or passcard 3?

    thanks
     
  2. tama_mog

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    yes you can plug either passcards or a real ds game, and yes you will use more battery. how much more is kind of up in the air @ the moment in the community....for me personally it uses significantly more battery (can extend gameplay for 1-2 more hours) so I do not use sleepmode personally (aka put in a real game or passcard).
     
  3. monkeyroms

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    Now here's a further question...my DSL has been flashme'd and sleep works fine with a commercial cart in, given. But I've noticed it won't sleep in GBA mode...is this standard even before flashing? I only ask because the only GBA games I have are roms, so I was never able to test it before flashing.
     
  4. pelago

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    The DS just doesn't sleep in GBA mode, even with original GBA games, so you're not missing out there.
     
  5. omegatr0n

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    is it true that mml does not allow sleep mode
     
  6. outphase

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    it does if you short pins 1 and 7 i think...
     

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