... in good condition, and very easy to get working if someone who knows what they're doing has a look at it.
In an attempt to install the stealth version of flashme onto my DS, I managed to brick it, no problem I thought, and booted to safe mode, until I realised that the G6 adapter doesn't actually support recovery mode. Thus I'm left with a DS that I cannot use. When you turn it on you just get a black screen, although anyone with a flash cart that isn't a G6 should be able to boot into recovery mode without any problems. More information on recovery mode can be http://www.dspassme.com/FlashMe.shtml#RECOVER
found here . There's a screenshot below showing that it's crashed in the G6 menu, so again, anyone with an alternative flash card shouldn't have any problems recovering it.
It also has a cracked hinge, as can be seen clearly in the picture below, although I've been told personally by Nintendo support that this will in no way effect any sort of functionality and is just there for show when I rang them. The other problem is that you have to press the left shoulder button quite firmly for it to register, I took the unit apart briefly and re-fitted it so it's fine now, but it's worth noting that it might only be a temporary thing, worst case scenario you can just buy a spring and shoulder button very cheaply from Ebay.
+ Boxed, and in good condition, everything is present and packaged nicely.
+ Despite what the above may imply, it's been very well looked after, and has always been kept safe in a Hori case, it's a very clean unit too.
+ It's a DS Lite!
+ The touch screen is in great condition, no scratches and works perfectly.
- It's bricked, but anyone with a flash cart should be able to very easily fix it.
- It has a cracked hinge, which is purely an aesthetics thing, and will not effect functionality.
- It has a potentially dodgy left shoulder button, which I think I've managed to fix, but if not should be easily fixed anyway, as you can pickup cheap replacement buttons.
I'm not sure what I'd like for it, but needless to say it really isn't a lot. Faulty units tend to go for around £50 including P&P on average it seems but I'm not looking for that, maybe £39 including postage wouldn't be a bad figure considering, it has problems, even if they should be easily fixed.
Please take a look at the pictures below, I'd like to iterate the fact I do take very good care of the stuff I own, so feel it's a bit unfortunate it's ended up like this, needless to say it's been well looked after, and again, a bit of time with someone who knows what they're doing and it'll be great again. :)http://img240.imageshack.us/my.php?image=cimg0337ax6.jpghttp://img240.imageshack.us/img240/2927/cimg0337ax6.th.jpghttp://img515.imageshack.us/my.php?image=cimg0338dz6.jpghttp://img515.imageshack.us/img515/1609/cimg0338dz6.th.jpghttp://img256.imageshack.us/my.php?image=cimg0344tg0.jpghttp://img256.imageshack.us/img256/9782/cimg0344tg0.th.jpghttp://img516.imageshack.us/my.php?image=cimg0347gl0.jpghttp://img516.imageshack.us/img516/4640/cimg0347gl0.th.jpg
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