Will Nintendo update my firmware?

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Mar 17, 2010
  1. finalzelda
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    Hello.
    I have a DSI but a while ago my L and R button both broke.
    But I have got a r4I-SDHC so I can`t update my firmware to 1.4
    If I send my DSI to nintendo wil they update my firmware to version 1.4?
     
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    Awesome, now you can get a better flashcart [​IMG]
     
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    I whas already going to buy 1.
    Acekard2I.
    But don`t you have to update that to a competable version on the dsi 1.3 firmware?
     
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    Dude get the Acekard 2i (If you buy one now it's probable that it has already been 1.4 updated like the one I bought for my manager (lol)).

    Send the DSi to Nintendo get it fixed....they may or not update it... I'd say they wouldn't
     
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    Probably not. The buttons being broken would probably have them just repair the hardware. Why would they touch the software?
     
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    It's probably faster and cheaper to replace the entire console than to get someone to disassemble it, put it back together, etc.

    So that new console would most likely include FW 1.4
     

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