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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by TechAndrew, Jun 22, 2016.
I have a Red Button Sky3DS I don't really use anymore...
What should I do with it?
Sell it, perhaps?
I've been trying to sell it, but I didn't find anyone who wanted to buy it or responded to my reply.
Keep it for rare primary hombrew games like cubic Ninja and freaky form deluxe.
I have looking for one for awhile, how much
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Sell it on reddit. I got 7 requests.
Thats the 1 with the 10 game limit right?
How much do you want for it? How many of the 10 games have you used?
I would be interested in buying it.
No, you can have as many games as you like on it.
It's the one with two buttons.
It also bypasses the anti-piracy checks nintendo put onto some games.
And it doesn't require any extra software to put roms on, just drag and drop.
And you can literally paste in a private header and it will work!
ignore this lmao you're right
The only fact in there that doesn't match is that it's the Single Button Red Version. Therefore, some games with Anti-Piracy checks won't work.
I thought the single button one had a blue button o_o
When you said red I thought you meant orange.
I have the version before the Blue Button.
Version 1 Sky3DS = 1 Red Button
Version 2 Sky3DS = 1 Blue Button
Version 3 Sky3DS = 2 Orange Buttons
Had no idea that existed :0
I had the orange one before I sold it.
What's the difference between v1 and v2
On Sky3DS Red you can only put 10 games whereas you can put all the games your SD card can hold with Sky3DS Blue. Both have a single button though
Ah I see. I thought Blue was 10 games only.
However, in the newer versions of Disk Writer, the limitation has been removed.
So v2 is literally useless o_o
Which sub (for UK)? I'm considering picking up a blue button.
I have a Red Button, which is almost the same as the Blue Button...
the Red version (V1) can still play up to 30 games AFAIK,there is a trick to do that.
It's /r/gamesale or something. Google it I'm not sure