The M3i Zero Announced

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Jun 12, 2009

The M3i Zero Announced by DeltaBurnt at 10:07 PM (1,526 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. DeltaBurnt
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    This kinda reminds me of the Acekard RPG, the way the firmware could be upgraded through the users.

    This will most definitely be a win, so we can finally make things like Sakura even more perfect.

    Although I liked the name M3 Reali better...because Reali sounds like really, as in it's really awesome.

    That means we can finally make M3 Sakura even more perfect with M3 releasing the source code and allowing us to update it.

    Plus not only does it have updateable kernel, but updateable boot flash data, this means they can ultimately change how the card is read completely. The box looks awesome too.

    Box Image:

    http://www.flashcartreviews.com/images/m3zeroi-00.bmp

    Check the bottom right, it says M3 Sakura! I knew they would give us a real DSi flashcart, and not some rushed, ported one! Thank you M3 team! Thankyou!!!
     
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    That sounds pretty good. I'm excited [​IMG]
    Thanks for posting this, DeltaBurnt! And of course thanks to iwakura [​IMG]
     
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    No thank iwakura for being such a good insider and getting this email from the M3 Team!
     
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