SC- Rumble series question

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Dec 24, 2006
  1. Killermech
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    This might sound stupid, but just to be sure.
    Im planing on getting a SC rumble sd for homebrew/movies purposes only (since I already have an sd card, which I basically do nothing with) and all I need to know is if the card will work fine with homebrew? As it excludes gba functionality, that maybe it's limited to nds gaming only and somehow blocks all other stuff. Thanks in advance for any answer [​IMG]
     
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    Aw, thanks alot for that answer. Do you by any chance know if moonshell works well with the rumble series? Movies are my top priority, so I can live with the crappy homebrew compability if it does. Since the best shop for me, does only have SC rumble series and newer.
     
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    Moonshell work fine with rumble series but if you really want to play homebrew. I think the regular one should suit you.
     
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    Excellent! I'll stick with my crappy G6 for homebrew and hopefully the SC fills in those titles that don't work with the G6 due to incompability [​IMG]
     
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    The only hoembrew that uses the extra RAM is stuff like DSLinux. Most homebrew should work perfectly on an SC Rumble.
     
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    Lemmings doesn't work - uses the GBA ram as well
     

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