r4i gold help

Discussion in 'R4 DS' started by pikachu945, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. pikachu945
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    I have r4i gold from r4ids.com the current version I am using is 1.32 I guess AP is kicking in
    are there any other firmware that I can use such as Wood R4 or YSMENU???
     
  2. tk_saturn

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    Wood? not a chance. YSMenu? maybe, depends on what it's a clone of.

    You're better off buying a proper cart. edit: you have! I thought i'd come across your ID.

    What's up with the Acekard?
     
  3. pikachu945
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    my acekard spring is broke [​IMG]
     
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    micro sd is stuck in there I cannot get it out it is down almost all the way
     
  6. pikachu945
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    it was a 8GB lol
     
  7. tk_saturn

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    Can't you pull it out as if it were in a non spring loaded slot?

    Otherwise i'd be opening up that Acekard to get that MicroSD card back. Opening it backs the pegs, but as long as you have a little bit of glue you can put it back together. If it still doesn't work, then send it back to the retailer for a replacement.
     
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    its gone down I cannot even grab it so I guess I will have to split my acekard 2i apart [​IMG] to save the micro sd
     
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    If you view my Acekard guide, somewhere in there's a photo of the inside of the shell. To the side there's a gap in the edge, insert you nail or knife there and just run it round the sides.

    If not, try at the bottom where there should be a flappy bit below the contacts.
     
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