R4

Discussion in 'R4 DS' started by VITOANT, Aug 22, 2010.

R4

by VITOANT Aug 22, 2010 at 3:00 AM 1,152 Views 7 replies
  1. VITOANT
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    i have a r4 with gold letter on it.. i tried using a 4g and a 8g sdhc and the ds just shows loading and never goes out from there anyone know what might be the issue.
    can someone help.... thanks
     
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    Are you using the correct firmware for your particular R4?
     
  3. gifi4

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    Maybe your R4 does not accept SDHC?
     
  4. Rydian

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    If it doesn't mention "i" or SDHC, then you're limited to 2 gig and under cards*.


    * - You can find 4-gig non-SDHC cards, but they're very rare.
     
  5. twiztidsinz

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    Even if it mentions "i", it doesn't mean it will support SDHC cards.
     
  6. gifi4

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    exactly, if it mentions "i" it just means the flashcart is compatible with Nintendo's DSi
     
  7. Rydian

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    I thought all i cards supported SDHC?
    I mean, i is much, much newer than SDHC.
     
  8. Stropdasje

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    Not even that has to be true since it still could be a pre firmware 1.4 card. The the "i" just means that once upon a time it was able to run on a Nintendo DSi...