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WTD-Any Nintendo DS Lite Mod Card Like Cyclo DS/R4/Acecard in full working order

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:42 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Title says all
should work with a DS Lite & should be reasonably cheap &in good working order
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:42 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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I don't think those are allowed on here:

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(4) It should go without saying, NO prohibited, classified or illegal items. This includes fake/counterfeit goods, copied media, ANY console cards 'TTDS', 'DSTT' or 'Pandora' batteries etc., money swapping' such as bank transfers of £xx paid in to others PayPal account for £xx amount, group specific discount codes such as 'student card numbers' for example, weapons of any kind, alcohol, tobacco products or illegal substances, gaming accounts such as 'Steam' which are non transferable and any similar trades will be expired and closed.
#2
Nope, u can ask for one but someone won't be allowed to sell it to you!
#3
Maybe you can pose the question in the "Misc" Forum; not asking to buy one off a member, but asking for recommendations about where to purchase, which is the "best" (by respective opinions), and any other similar queries.

The Nintendo DS cards of this type were not illegal (under the Trademarks and Copyright Acts) in the UK until late last year. ELSPA (the Entertainment and Leisure Publishers Association) is seeking to closedown all operations that import & sell these goods (with Police intervention in the form of raids on premises throughout the UK).

(See T3.com & Telegraph.co.uk).

BFN,

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