Hacking Sky3ds takes FOREVER to switch games.

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22 seconds. 22 SECONDS to switch a game after pressing the blue button. Is there anyway to speed this up? I have 12 games and this is very frustrating...
If anyone has a way to speed the process up, if you told me it, it would be REALLY appreciated. Thanks.

UPDATE: I was using a class 4 sandisk lmao
I am now using a class 10 sandisk, it is now just 8 seconds to switch games... HUUGE improvement :D Thanks guys!
 

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I don't own a Sky3ds but I'm assuming if everyone's getting a different number it has everything to do with your Microsd's read speed. mind sharing the specs?
 

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Yep, mine was 13 seconds. I changed the microSD and now is 3 seconds and no freezeng at all.

Perhaps you could share what Micro SD you are using? Brand? Size? I don't have a Sky3DS, but I'm sure others would like to know with those speeds.
 

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Perhaps you could share what Micro SD you are using? Brand? Size? I don't have a Sky3DS, but I'm sure others would like to know with those speeds.

Of course, my bad. The old one was a Verbatim class 10 16gb, now is a Kingston 16gb class 10 with UHS. I've heard that the best SD cards are the Sandiks and Kingston ones. Hope it helps.
 

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Of course, my bad. The old one was a Verbatim class 10 16gb, now is a Kingston 16gb class 10 with UHS. I've heard that the best SD cards are the Sandiks and Kingston ones. Hope it helps.

Big thanks, I'm sure it'll help some guys here. I should've guessed it really, I've always stuck with those two brands for all my portable storage needs.
 

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To have quick access between games, use SanDisk Ultra (48 MB/s) or Extreme (60 MB/s) microSD cards.
 

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To have quick access between games, use SanDisk Ultra (48 MB/s) or Extreme (60 MB/s) microSD cards.
For my Sandisk Extreme (60/40) 32GB MicroSD, it takes about 10 seconds to switch a game.
So I think they're not fast enough.
I would like to recommend Industrial SLC MicroSDs or at least Sandisk Extreme Pro (95/95).
 
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With my sandisk class 10 ( I think 30 MBps ) , it tooks around 10 seconds or less.
But usually what I did just pressed those tiny blue button, and see the world around me
before back to this virtual world called "game". Time flies so fast :)
 

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For my Sandisk Extreme (60/40) 32GB MicroSD, it takes about 10 seconds to switch a game.
So I think they're not fast enough.
I would like to recommend Industrial SLC MicroSDs or at least Sandisk Extreme Pro (95/95).

Are you sure you got an original SanDisk product ?
With SanDisk Extreme (60 MB/s), I have always 7.70 seconds between any game switching (any game size).
 

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