Do you sometimes wish you could play all these Nintendo ROMs on DS console?
Now you can with a NDS Flash Card Adapter and PassCard combo you can write multiple DS game roms to a flash cardridge and play them on Nintendo NDS or DS Lite or the new DSi.
R4i NDS & DSi ROM Cards
The Introduction to R4i SDHC
The very first DS Game Backup Flash card that was compatible with the DSi was the R4i SDHC, and this was manufactured for the market of homebrew. Some time in 2009, during the year’s second quarter, after Nintendo’s release of the DSi, the card was introduced to the market. It had similar functions to that of the former kinds of cards for the DS. This even included a support for the 32GB Micro-SDHC. Through DS Moonshell Media Player user was now able to play various kinds of media, and the updates for the software may now be updated frequently.
During the last quarter of the month of July, this year, 2009, DSi cards were disabled for the mean time, when there was a release of the firmware for DSi. There were a lot cards, like for instance the Acekard 2i, as well as EZFlash, were now capable of patching so that it would now be compatible with the updated firmware. But, unfortunately, it was not possible for the R4i SDHC to do so. Due to this, cards in this form were not used for the console DSi.
In connection to this, the situation made its manufacturers think twice about how the issue may be resolved, and how they would have the means to come up with a card that was compatible.
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You can order Flash Cards for playing NDS & GBA ROMs at the folowing stores:
(For booting NDS ROMs you need a DS PassKey + Flash Card, for GBA roms just the Flash Card)