Wii to Acekard 2i on DSi Compatibility

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Jun 21, 2009
  1. MissingNo._
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    I just recently got Pokemon Battle Revolution. When I saw I could copy Pokemon from a DS game to the Wii I instantlly turned on my DSi, selected Acekard 2i, and chose Pokemon Pearl. After the DSi said it was communicating with the Wii, the screen normally goes white, then to Pokemon Battle Revolution screen. But it stayed at the white screen, then 20 seconds later, the Wii said there was a communication error. This does not have to do with the DSi or its firmware, because I used the same method with my unflashed NDSL, but still didn't work. I tried my retail Pokemon Pearl DS card I bought and It worked. On both NDS, too. This obviously has to do with the Acekard 2i. Any ideas or help?
     
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    Get a flashcart that actually supports DS Wii connectivity. [​IMG]
     
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    And blow another 30 bucks? I would wait for a new version to come out, but there is no recent one, unless someone made a non-Acekard company OSMenu or something. Or a patch.
     
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    ace kard 2i is not compatible with wii when ur using a ds or a dsi
     
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    The Acekard company should fix the problem then. Or someone else.
     
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    costum firmwares that fix this problem are 905 chance to brick the card on the dsi wich means u cant use it for example the ysmenu

    its all up to ace kard ...... g6 and cyclo ds are compatible with wii
     
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    Isn't ysmenu the only custom firmware for it .... AKAIO doesn't count because its built upon the official. Anyways this issue has been known for a while. If you want you can transfer a pokesaved save to your game via savsender programs. (Don't use the dsi for this it doesn't work.)

    Er I'm pretty sure this could be fixed by a firmware update iirc.
     
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    well just write to team acekard and get them implement it
    complaining here doesn't help
     
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    First of all I wasn't complaning entirely. I was asking if there was a custom OS for the Acekard 2i.

    Second, maybe I will write to Acekard. As if no one else in the world has seen this problem and sent a message to the Acekard company.
     
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    hey, i have this problem and i know that someone else would have such problem too
    most likely, some other dude had complained and why should i bother to do so~!
    i will just wait for goddess of luck give me what i want

    [sorry for the venting]

    back to topic,
    almost all of us know this but thats your right to keep quiet
    as a consumer regardless is useful or not we should always write to them and tell them we want this!
    they could not give us this today but they might be able to do it in future
    not all flash cart teams are ignorant!

    i have seen another world told others to write to team acekard [​IMG]
    so.. is up to us to write or not!
     
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    Yes, you were complaining. And no amount of custom firmwares and updates will get you DS to Wii connectivity with an Acekard, the hardware isn't correct.

    Get a CycloDS or buy the actual game like you should've done.
     
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    I did buy Pokemon Pearl, didn't you read the first post? I just downloaded a copy to my Acekard 2i. And I'm looking up SavSender on PHWiKi.
     
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    It's also up to the customer to do proper research on the product they buy... While as a customer you can kindly ask if a feature can be added, the point is that is not what you paid for when you bought it. You paid for the features they listed, and since there was never any mention of wii to ds interaction being supported, you did not buy that feature and therefore they are under no obligation to fix it.
     
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    i am pretty sure pokemon battle revolution and pokemon ranch are the only games that dont work with most flash carts for connectivity.
     

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