What lite slot-2 has GBA and NDS functionality

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  1. imgod22222
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    Yeah... I got a black DS lite, and my old Supercard SD is sticking out WAY too much, so i want to get a more "flush" replacement that looks nice with itl (the dark blue and black look nice, but im prolly better off getting a black one) So.. yeah, if you guys know which ones are "lite" sized, work with GBA and DS, and have micro SD, then plz post. Thnx.
     


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    The M3 Lite is the only cart that fits flush in a DS Lite, has good DS and GBA compatibility, and uses microSD cards.
     
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    OBJECTION!

    EZ Flash IV Deluxe does it all too. And comes in all variety of colors. And costs only 40 bucks with passcard included!

    And it can boot GBA roms instantly via NOR, which M3 doesn't have. Of course M3 has RTC for Pokemon games, but it's really irrelevant because of patches.
     
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    I was under the impression the the EZ-IV was not so good for DS compatibility. If that's not the case, then it would also be a good choice.

    The M3 lite comes with shells in all those same colors BTW.
     
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    hm... :S the M3 pro or perfect or a different one?:'( looking through modchipstore.com and those things are EXPENSIVE!
     
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    OBJECTION!
    The EZ Flash IV Deluxe isn't perfectly flush with the NDSL and usually costs around 50 bucks SANS Passcard if you factor in shipping!
    Also, from what I've heard, the M3 boots games pretty quickly.
     
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    m3lite is the best choice to make...gr8 compatability for both gba and nds...comes with loads of replacement cases...the one i brought my gf came with white/black/pink and 2 shades of blue i believe and a gba case. Fits perfectly flush.
     
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    Do NOT get the pro version if you want GBA support, it will only play very small GBA games. (4 megabytes or less)
     
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    OOOBJECTION!!!

    Supercard Lite has all these things, and is extremely cheap. BOOO YA FACE!
     
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    The Supercard Lite does not have good GBA support.
     
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    i have to agrre wih -EX- here. the EZ4 Deluxe looks preety cool and im getting one in a couple of weeks. ive heard cory1492 is workin on a patch for ram so you can use the ram on the EZ4 for the Opera browser
     
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    i have no first have experiance with the cards but from what i read the m3 products are the best for both nds and gba support, now thats if your like me and will only buy sd slot cards from now on. but like i said i dont have any first hand experiance with it just going on hearsay.
     
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    Just thought I might weigh in and point out that the homebrew web browsers are looking like the will surpass the official one. Homebrew code on the other hand seems to be taking to RAM fairly well.
     
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    the supercard lite has slow downs in gameplay, on games like final fantasy and street figher.

    the ez flash iv is not flush you will need to sand it down, it sticks outs, they made the edges too sharp, but cheapest if you get the deluxe since it comes with a passkey, which the others ones are sold separate.

    the M3 is the best, but its also the most expensive of the bunch, it also supports dipstar a gameshark program so you can cheat on roms, which makes this one the best, although cracker who is a mod of ez flash makes tons of trainer hacks which he posts here and takes requests.
     
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    Erm isn't this:

    [​IMG]

    A battery for the RTC on a EZ-Flash? Dosen't that mean the EZ should have rtc functions in pokemon?
     
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    Nah, that's a battery for the sram.
     
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    Ah right thanks for clearing that up betaboy.
     
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    G6 lite is an awesome choice if you don't mind the price and the 512mb capacity I know it pretty much has 99 percent compatibility for both GBA and NDS.
     
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    My next slot 2 will be an M3.

    While the SCminiSD is great for emu's and homebrew, I mainly bought it for GBA games and it sucks with those.....too many games slow down. And let's not forget that the SC team seems to have quit updating their cards as of late.


    Besides, M3 and R4 in my DS kinda sounds cool, you know?
     
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    i would try getting a slot 1 card but if u want gba compatibility u should try the ez flash 5 combo kit thing with the slot 1 and 3-1 expansion
     

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