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  1. Langin

    OP Langin HI! ^O^
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    Yeah I am a total n00b when it comes to m3 real and those m3 flashcards, but a friend of mine has on and he lost his sd card. Now I offered him to look up for the best firmware for his card. I couldn't find anything though. What can you guys recommend to him? He doesn't understand the flashcard at all, it's just play all games and done, no quad boot things or whatever.

    Also do games like the latest Pokémons work on m3 real?
     
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    Heh classic "I'm asking for a friend" post. I guess I lucked out in that the "latest" Nintendo handheld I own is a white DS Lite and thanks to the work of RGF and others, I haven't come across a game I couldn't play on my M3 Real (for a while I was using a "revisioning" of the R4i firmware/software but there are better methods available now). When I actually get some free time and am able to grind through my huge backlog of games across 4 platforms, the 3DS will be last-gen and perhaps it will be open to full manipulation :yay:.
     
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