R4DS or DSTT for Nintendo DS?

Discussion in 'Console Games' started by Appleflower, Sep 19, 2008.

  1. Appleflower macrumors newbie

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    I'm trying to decide to get either the R4DS or the DSTT for my Nintendo DS, I found a good deal at Dangbox.com the R4 comes with a Free 1gb Micro SD and the DSTT comes with a Free Hori Screen protector, I just don't know which is the better card, anyone know?
     
  2. ekitty macrumors newbie

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    Features DSTT/R4DS
    DS original cartridge size, Slot1 interface. YES/YES
    Plug 'n Play, easy to use, just Drag 'n Drop file from PC to flash memory card. YES/YES
    No FlashMe, built-in NoPass, and the GBA cards in slot2 can be started directly. YES/YES
    Supports CleanROM, No convert. YES/YES

    100% SDHC TF and standard TF compatibility up to 4TB(4096GB) flash memory card. YES/NO (only SD)
    High speed SDHC. Supports any TF card speed with no lag in game YES/NO (only SD)
    Save directly to TF card, not to onboard chip, Never lose your saves. YES/YES
    Automatically detect and generate save type. YES/YES
    Supports Moonshell and homebrew. DLDI auto-patching. YES/YES
    Supports FAT/FAT32, works on any OS. YES/YES
    Supports Action Replay cheat and edit the code base. YES/YES
    Built-in energy-saving design. YES/YES
    User friendly skinnable interface. Touchscreen or button operation. Supports Skin DIY. YES/YES
    Supports the Hot-Key SOFT RESET. YES/YES
    Supports the WiFi game, DS Rumble Pak, DS Browser. YES/YES
    Supports Download play. YES/YES
    Supports 4-scale-lightness adjustment ( DS Lite only ). YES/YES

    Free SDHC high-speed reader YES/NO (comes with SD reader)

    Verdict according to chart: DSTT

    chart from:
    http://www.wiilovemario.com/DSTT+-+...n+for+DS+(Another+blank+Nintendo+DS+Cartridge)


    for another opinion, there's this thread on another forum:
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/620659
    or
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?dynamic=8#slot1

    but of course, i came to this forum after much fruitless googling to see if the OS of your computer matters for any of this stuff and then answered my own question while finding an answer to yours, so thanks :)

    btw.... http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.10289~r.53733725 seems to be a much better deal...
    (just read up and make sure that what your buying isn't a bootleg ;) )
     
  3. dvgii macrumors newbie

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    i think r4ds is better,because the newest system files has released,so all the new games can paly.
    By the way there is a more better place to buy r4ds Only $18.00( http://www.digimartz.com ) , you can choose a micrsoSD card at ebay,so you can save more.
     
  4. txa1265 macrumors 6502a

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    I have a concern here ...

    Given that ~99% of the usage of these things is for playing games that are either pirated or copied to the memory card in violation of Nintendo's EULA, this seems a dodgy subject ...
     
  5. capoeirista macrumors 6502

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    But that therefore means that ~1% aren't...
     
  6. legacyb4 macrumors 6502

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    That is true; there are valid homebrew projects out there that allow you to use the DS hardware in a variety of ways (media players, etc) other than just pirating stuff. :)

     
  7. Dagless macrumors Core

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    I have an M3 but I don't pirate games. Granted all I use it for now is Lemmings DS so I haven't used it in a lonnng time.
    Though most people are using it for piracy reasons.
     
  8. txa1265 macrumors 6502a

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    Absolutely, which is why I'm not running around with my head on fire screaming 'Piracy!'. But entirely too often - especially with regards to custom firmware on PSP - the discussion talks about the vast and burgeoning homebrew market and how that justifies everything. I appreciate that there is good work being done that adds value ... so long as we don't kid ourselves that the vast and overwhelming majority of folks use this stuff to avoid paying for games.
     
  9. ekitty macrumors newbie

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    so...
    i got acekard2 just because i liked their UI and skins, although it bugs me how tight it fits in the ds..

    about the piracy thing.. that's true that this stuff's mostly used for pirating games, but i just like not having to switch cartridges every time I switch games (i've had a ds for awhile so i have all the games i play, but this flash cart thing is completely new to me), not to mention i can put my family and friends' pics on my skin ^^
     
  10. steveDD macrumors newbie

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    R4 DS is better

    Hi, there!
    I think R4 is much better.
    And the latest kernel 1.19 was released!
    with this kernel you could play the latest games, which released by Nintendo!

    I got my R4 from www.gamekool.com, it's $17.95, they offer coupon right now!
    The code is 2008, it can save you 2 bucks!:)

    Hope you could find some good stuff!
    :p
     
  11. Sdashiki macrumors 68040

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    yay someone who works for R4! (or a reseller)

    anyway, my R4DS does everything I need it to.

    nothing better than storing the majority of my carts on a single cart. no need to fumble to find the tiny things in my bag, lose them, break them.

    I can have 15+ games on my R4 at once!
     
  12. SamIchi macrumors 68030

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    The 1.19 kernel is fake. Saw that in a forum. The 1.18 works fine for new games. Have you had any problems with it?
     

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