why the led DS lite is red with my acecard 2?

Discussion in 'Acekard' started by florian, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. florian
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    florian GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Hello [​IMG]

    When i insert my ACECARD 2 my DS LITE make a red light why not green light??.its my battery?
     
  2. CoconutCake

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    Red LED means the battery is almost empty.
     
  3. florian
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    florian GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    ok thanks mate [​IMG]

    just a question the ACECARD 2 is BETTER THAND THE EDGE IF I UNDERSTAND ?


    thx for the infos [​IMG]
     
  4. aphirst

    aphirst "Aren't girls with pee-pees just men?"

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    Well, it's hard to say it in black and white terms. An awful lot of this is down to personal preference. I personally prefer the Acekard to the Edge, but that's mainly down to the GUI, and philosophy of the coding behind the Firmware (AKAIO [​IMG]). There are those who knock the fact that the AK2 is held together with clips, but I can imagine that many are uncertain of the Edge's origins (fake/clone/something else... [​IMG]). Like I say - personal preference.
     
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    AKAIO 1.3rc1 firmware is good for acecard 2 you sure ? but sound is bias and distortion in many games ?This firmware is unstable or its the soft mode reset?
     
  6. Another World

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    i've been running all of the beta builds and i've yet to see a sound issue. soft reset is so-so, i think the code is originally from gelu. some games work great with it, some don't. don't judge the performance of a kit based on soft-reset tho. my acekards play everything i've thrown at them.

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  7. unknownworlder

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    Maybe your battery has drained permanentally over time.
     
  8. UltraMagnus

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    batteries do "wear down" and "loose capacity" over time, if you have had your DS for a few years and use it heavily it may be the cause of it.