Homebrew R4i Renovation

TheSeraphim

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I just bought R4i Renovation, it plays every new game but if a game is bigger than 256mb it shows me an error..Can you help me please?
 

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Trimming a rom is when you remove the junk filler in the rom making it a smaller size. There are a lot of programs that do this; I personally use NDSTokyoTrim since I haven't had a problem with it just yet.
 

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Oh thanks man!!
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What kind of game bigger than 256 do you use? There are only ~5 ones, all japanese.

You need to use Panasonic Formatter to formatt your mSD card.
 

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