Will I need a micro sdhc adapter for the micro sd card to work with m3

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by PraxxtorCruel, Jul 16, 2009.

  1. PraxxtorCruel
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    PraxxtorCruel GBAtemp Regular

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    As with somethings you need a micro sdhc adapter for it to be compatible with some devices, what I'd like to know is it the same with m3i zero, will I need an adapter or do I just plug it into my m3i zero and then plug the m3i into my dsi.
     
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    what? if you have an adapter, you cant fit it in your m3i/any flashcart.
    rewird your question.
     
  3. PraxxtorCruel
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    But I thought m3i zero was compatible only with a micro sdhc card, so I wouldnt need a reader/adapter to use it would I?
     
  4. iwakura

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    You're going to need a way to put your files onto your
    microsd card, right? You'll need an adapter to plug it into your computer

    You don't need an adapter to plug the microsd or microsdhc into the m3i though
     
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    Thanks for that, If you don't mind answering another question, cant I use the cables or whatever they are that come with the m3i zero to transfer data like music/video etc to the sd card or it wont work?
     
  6. elixirdream

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    first, you need to copy games and firmwares to your micro sd card not your m3i0

    second, they provide you a cable for flashing (read iwakura's review)

    third, you can use the micro sd card reader that comes with your m3i0
    however, i would recommend you to get a better one [​IMG]
    as far as i am concern i have 3 different multi-card reader yet they are all compatible with my PC
     
  7. iwakura

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    unfortunately, the cable is only for "flashing" and not for data transfer. you'll need to use the microSD adapter that they bundle.