slot-2 adapter for internet browser?

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Feb 20, 2008
  1. mutejute
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    Newcomer mutejute Newbie

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    can anyone recommend a slot-2 adapter so i can use the internet browser? what i have is m3ds real rumble. at the time i bought the rumble pack, the perfect bundle or the ram pack is not available. is there any store online that sells just the ram pack? or can i use a different adapter aside from m3ds brand? thanks.
     
  2. Jarn

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    AFAIK, most places that sell the M3DS will sell you the RAM pack by itself (I know Kick Gaming does).
     
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    apology for not making myself clear. im here in the uk so i prefer a uk online store. but i wouldnt mind overseas if they can ship to the uk. also, is it possible to buy just the adapter with ram because i already have the m3dsreal slot-1 adapter.

    btw, i also have a supercard mini-sd that i use for my gameboy micro. can i use that and be able to run internet browser? im afraid to try it cause i hear stories about bricking their nds/l using incompatible adapters. thanks.
     
  4. DanTheManMS

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    If you have a slot-2 Supercard, then yes you can use the Opera browser as it is. Follow the guide at http://www.scdev.org/forum/index.php?topic=8223.0 to patch the rom for the Supercard, and run it from the M3 DS. The only real advantage to using the M3 expansion pack instead of the Supercard is that you wouldn't have to patch the rom.

    Also, be wary of your battery life. You'll be using both slots at once, both of them being homebrew devices, plus wifi at the same time. Each slot takes up battery power, the fact that they're homebrew devices sucks up more (especially since it's a Supercard), and the wifi sucks up even more. As you can imagine, you won't exactly be able to browse the web for 10 hours with this setup.
     

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