If your DSi console is NTSC format and equipped with the latest DSi firmware 1.4 or 1.5, here are some best flashcards for you to take into account.
Best Flashcards For NTSC Format DSi Console With DSi Firmware 1.4 Vs 1.5
1) Acekard 2i.
It’s well-know that the AKAIO team makes the card worth every penny.
AceKards rely on using a DS Lite/Phat, or a DSi that hasn’n.call(t("[data-toc]"))})}(window.jQuery);">t already been updated. Seeing as you can borrow a DS lite, you should have no trouble updating. Just drop the AceKard DS lite specified update file (I believe you can get it here, if not just go to the AceKard official website) on you’re memory card, and run it through the AceKard and it will update.
The main features of Acekard are as follows:
– lightly cheaper
– Games fixes are often worked out faster
– Better home-brew support
AKAIO (alternate firmware, recommended) also has some pretty nice features, but not as useful or significant as the M3’s.
2) Super card DSOnei
3) Super card DS Two (Possibly, but its not released yet.)
4) M3i Zero.
The M3 series in general is just plain reliable.It’s got bricking insurance with that USB cable.
What’s more, the M3 (provided you use the Sakura firmware, available in the downloads section) has an incredibly nice GUI, based off the popular home-brew Moon-shell. (A multimedia player) So it is essentially the same control scheme as an i Pod touch or i Phone, and can play Music and (DPG encoded) videos right off the bat.
The main features of MSi Zero are as follows:
– Much nicer GUI (Using M3 Sakura, the alternate, and more popular firmware)
– More features (slow-motion, and real time save being the prominent ones)
– Easier to update (through USB cable)