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Dsi Firmware Update 1.4.5e


On July 30, 2009 Nintendo released the first of 7 (1.4, 1.4.1, 1.4.2, 1.4.3, 1.4.4, 1.4.5, 1.4.6c) firmware revisions for the DSi. Each revision claimed to add background fixes to improve performance while secretly removing Flash Kit functionality. While each update has been optional, you must install the firmware update if you wish to use the DSi Browser or DSi Shop (IE: purchase/download DSi-Ware). Since the release of the 3DS, Nintendo has once again released firmware revisions (2.0.0-2, 2.1.0-3, 2.1.0-4, 3.0.0-6, 4.0.0-7, 4.1.0-8, 4.2.0-9, 4.3.0-10, 4.4.0-10, 4.5.0-10, 5.0.0-11, 5.1.0-11, 6.0.0-11, 6.1.0-11, 7.0.0-13, 7.1.0-14, 7.1.0-15, 7.1.0-16, 7.2.0-17) which bundle Flash Kit blocking among legitimate software updates. Updating, blocking, and re-flashing are inevitable processes of this hobby, thankfully the Acekard 2i continues to function on the DSi v1.4.4 and lower and on the 3DS v4.3 and lower.




Dsi Firmware Update 1.4.5e


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Unlike DS flashcards, which may also work in the Nintendo 3DS and allow DS ROM backups to run on these consoles, there are also 3DS-exclusive storage devices, which allow 3DS ROM backups and perhaps also 3DS homebrew to run on these consoles. Gateway-3DS is the first true 3DS flashcard for Nintendo 3DS. Its clones include 3DS Link, MT Card, R4i 3DS, and more. They currently work on 4.1-9.2 version firmware. [28] The Gateway 3DS emulation plugin of the Supercard DSTWO Plus may also be seen as belonging to this category. There is also the Sky3DS, which works with all version up to and including the latest 11.6.0 update, and all consoles in the Nintendo 3DS line. Its clones include R5SDHC 3DS, QQ3DS, and more. However there are several 3DS custom firmware releases which discredit flashcards if the 3DS system is running a lower version of the software. Typically these custom firmware releases are moderately difficult to install. Previously, downgrading was necessary to install custom firmware, which increased the chances of bricking the 3DS, making it unusable. This is no longer necessary. On the latest firmware, the 3DS requires either a second 3DS using a modified DSiware title, a suitable DS flashcard, or a modification to the hardware to use the custom firmware. [29]


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