Will Acekard 2i work on DSi XL?

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Jun 4, 2010
  1. Invghost
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    Newcomer Invghost Advanced Member

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    Just wondering, thanks.
     
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    o.0 A simple search says the answer is yes...
     
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    DSi=DSi XL. There's no reason why it wouldn't work.
     
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    Yeah it works no problems so long as the cart has been upgraded to make it run on 1.4 firmware. Lots of the newer carts are pre-flashed, if yours isnt it might need to be upgraded on an original DS before it will work on the DSi or DSi XL.

    My current setup is DSi XL with Acekard 2i. I also have iEdge and M3 DS Real for my original DS. Supercard DSTWO is winging its way from Hong Kong.
     
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    The Acekard 2i will work on the DSi from all regions, provided the Acekard has had the firmware updated for 1.4.

    Any DSi XL will have FW 1.4 out of the box, if you don't have a DS Lite, DS Phat or DSi with FW 1.3 you must buy your Acekard 2i from a place such as ShopTemp who will preupdate it for you.

    There are some who have had slight problems getting the DSi XL to see their Acekard. This seems to be solved by slight removing the Acekard after you instert it (ie pull it out slightly without depressing it in to eject the cart)
     

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