Replacement M3 Lite firmware?

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Jan 2, 2008

Replacement M3 Lite firmware? by hankchill at 1:02 AM (1,213 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. hankchill
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    Hey All,

    Has anyone heard of or seen a replacement firmware for the M3 Lite MicroSD? The current M3 firmware is the clunkiest and slowest piece of junk ever. To scroll down a list with the D-pad creates a 1 second delay, and is not very responsive. Doesn't help with cheat lists either, especially when scrolling through a large list.

    Also, I want to get rid of the 'A button for Quickload'. Quickload does absolutely nothing, if I load a GBA game with the A button, it'll just crash the system. I have to press start, which is dumb because I forget a lot of the times to do so, and press A by instinct.

    Anyone have any suggestions or a replacement firmware? I thought this was supposed to be 'the best'?

    --Henry
     
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    I remember reading a while ago that the cause for the loading with A button was a slow micro SD (read this while ago when I had a Sandisk 2GB).

    I don't think there is a replacement firmware available.
     
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    try defrag and format (NOT WITH WINDOWS BUILT IN!!!) then put files back on.

    I think you can use windows defrag but not wondows format
     
  4. hankchill
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    Thanks for the responses, doing anything to the card will still not help the fact that scrolling through the list of games is incredibly painful.
     

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