Supercard Lite Rumble w/ opera

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May 2, 2008
  1. yankees26eac92
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    Can the opera web browser run on the sc lite rumble? Thanks
     
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    I'm not sure if you can use the Opera Browser without a slot 1 cart and use the SC as ram or if you can have the opera browser on your slot 2 and use it as ram too. You'll need this patch though: Patch

    Edit: Just noticed it was a RUMBLE version. I don't think that has ram because there is no GBA support.
     
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    Correctomundo!

    Supercard Lite Rumble carts do not contain any RAM, which is needed in order to run the Opera browser. If you had a regular Supercard Lite, however, it would work, since those have onboard RAM. [​IMG]
     
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    Even if you had a regular Supercard Lite, the Opera browser has to be launched from slot-1 anyway, so it wouldn't matter. You can't launch it from slot-2 and use the slot-2 as RAM at the same time.
     
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    I have a slot-1 card. I am just wondering because I am going to get either a sc or the ez 3-in-1
     
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    A non-Rumble Supercard would work, though I'd suggest the 3in1 instead if you already have a slot-1 device.
     

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