Some info about M3 Real

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  1. Tux'
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    Okay so I plan on buying a new M3, or getting mine fixed, only problem is I don't know where to buy it from the least expensive, most trustworthy source. I wanna avoid buying a new one, but I'm probably going to need one IMO. The clips on my M3 real have broken off, well 3/6 of them at least, and sliding it in and out of my ds has now become a bit tedious because of my case replacement, but even on another one it doesn't like to come out smoothly.

    So my questions are: Can I repair the broken clips? Or if I have to buy a new one should I buy an M3i or M3 Real from ShopTemp(If in stock)?

    Thanks for the answers [​IMG]
     
  2. Lilith Valentine

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    Well I am not sure where to get it repaired since I never honestly had to get mine repaired you might have to just buy a new case for it, but again I am not sure where to buy those [​IMG]
    If you buy it, buy it from shoptemp. I bought a couple of things from there and they all got here pretty fast, even though I didn't pay for the fast shipping and they have some of the best prices I have seen in a long time.
     
  3. Tux'
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    Alright thanks for the answer! I may just have to scour the Internet for a replacement case [​IMG] that'll be fun.
     
  4. Jakob95

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    Shoptemp doesn't sell M3 Reals.

    The M3 DS real is pretty cheap at Gamekool only $18.50.
     
  5. Bently

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    You could always try taping it like I do, the tape is still there from about 3 months ago.
     
  6. iFish

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    Lappy, how can you do the case again? i thought you stripped a few screws....

    and as for your M3. shoptemp [​IMG] just get the M3i since it is the same thing.
     
  7. Fel

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    But apparently the M3i does have problems with the sleep mode, depending on how lucky you get as some run just fine, but if you'd like to have a 100% fine sleepmode then it's the M3DS Real. And the 8GB A-Data has problems with the M3i just in case you have it. [​IMG]
     
  8. Juanmatron

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    M3 Real is good but you can use M3 Sakura with Moonshell 2.10 Final XD.

    Wait a little time to see shaunj66 review of Supercard DSTWO or see his preview. Sounds very good.
     
  9. Tux'
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    The flat lands.
    Yeah I was thinking about getting an M3i Zero, but it depends on how much the SC DSTWO will cost, if it's like $40 there is no way I could afford that without an income right now, so I think a new M3 Real may be in order because I have the GBA Expansion and I would prefer an M3 Real over anything else since it's the only card I ever used...
     
  10. Porobu

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    Yes, the SCDSTwo will cost about $40
     
  11. RchUncleSkeleton

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    Figured out what you're gonna do yet? You could always go down to your local harware store and pick up a product called gorilla glue and glue that damned case back together.....the glue is super tough and will hold up to just about anything, I fixed my guitars stripped screw holes with it and it's been holding strong for the last 5 years!