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Whats the best Flash Cart for NDS?

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im trying to get a NDS so i can play around with its homebrew abilities. i have no desire for media, but it would be a little bonus. i mainly want the NDS to be able to play roms and homebrew, roms would be the main focus. what is the best flash cartridge available right now?
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Id say r4. Best i know of.
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Id say r4. Best i know of.
Agree. Along with a Kingston Japan MicroSD, and EZFlash 3-in-1.
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from reading around the web the R4 is a good cart, but is getting dated now.

does anybody have any experience with the Edge cart? it accepts microSDHC and from im reading is even more stable than the R4
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i would have said R4, but it doesnt support SDHC. Simply M3 does. both essentially use the same software, but the M3 reads SDHC.

i have an R4 with 2x Kingston cards so im not too worried.
    
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been using my R4 for a year and it work flawlessly for me, just need a good size kingston micro SD card (not sure why but it seems to work better with kingston card from what i heard)
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I've got the EZ Flash V bundle. I like it but alot of people like the R4.

They both have cheats, play movies, music, pictures, and have expandable MicroSD memory slots.

The best MicroSD is the PNY Japan Micro SD and you can usually find it at BestBuy. Just wait until they go on sale somewhere and get it price matched at BB. That's how I got mine.
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thanks guys, i ended up getting a card in a trade, ive got a supercard rumble lite w/ a superkey. does anybody have any experience with one of those setups?

its the microsd version btw
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post #9 of 15
Whatever you do, don't get a DS-X.
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r4's are outdated,

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