Which Flash Cart?

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    Recommend a DSTWO if money isn't a problem, and updates are fast.

    Acekard 2i is cheap, and reliable, but no features, and updates take a long time to come out.
     
  3. bazamuffin

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    Read the reviews on here to form your own opinion. What person A is looking for in a cart and what person B is looking, will differ. You will end up more confused than you are now. Also, I think there's already a thread for "which Flashcart should I buy?" which aims to help
     
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    I think there's no problem in linking shoptemp.net, right ?

    So, take a look at this price: http://shoptemp.net/products/Supercard-DSTWO.html

    (To a Mod: Please, if this is a problem, edit/remove the content of this post and let me know)
     
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    while i thank you bazamuffin i really need a quick opinion asap,
     
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    hmmm.. money is a little tight atm... is the Amaze3ds any good? I just want to play my DS backups on the 3DS without the hassle of Swapping every 10 minutes. Im not really fussed with a built in NES/SNES Emulator.. you can easily download those.
     
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    Jiehfeng A not so serious guy tbh... ;D

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    Better buy dstwo.
    It's the best flashcart and unlike any other flashcarts, dstwo can play any games plus has plugins.
    It's kinda worth it
     
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    R4i Gold from r4ids.cn is cost effective and does what it says on the tin. They have been updating quite quickly, so you should be OK. plus, I think that card supports Wood firmwares too (correct me if I'm wrong).

    Have a check here http://gbatemp.net/topic/302773-firmware-update-compilation-thread-list-of-flashcards-working-on-3ds/ to see what cards are currently up-to-date and compatibile with the latest 3DS firmware
     
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    Dstwo updates faster and also works in the newest firmware of the 3DS
     
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    He said money is tight, DSTwo is the most expensive. R4iGold updates (currently) within 24 hours from what I've seen.
     
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    yeah money is pretty tight... max ill spend is $30
     
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    But the dstwo is $30.
     
  13. bazamuffin

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    Australian? It's more like 60 on ozmodchips


     
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    is this one any good? http://www.ozmodchips.com/r4i-sdhc-r4ds-for-dsdsi3ds-p-207.html
     
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    ... that is me. lol.
     
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    Hahaha, my bad. Got 4 discussions going on. D'oh!! yes, that is what I'm recommending. Purely based on what you want from the card, and the cost issue.
     
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    LOL no probs dude, That's actually an R4i SDHC im not sure if its a gold though. But it looks like it supports the latest firmware.. is there a difference between the two?
     
  19. EyeZ

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    This is a great guide for a flashcart purchase http://gbatemp.net/topic/290097-which-flash-cart-should-i-get/
     
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