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R4i Advance Revolution SDHC MicroSD/TF £9.30 @ Deal Extreme Free delivery
R4i Advance Revolution SDHC MicroSD/TF  £9.30 @ Deal Extreme Free delivery

R4i Advance Revolution SDHC MicroSD/TF £9.30 @ Deal Extreme Free delivery

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- Support SDHC memory cards ( compatibility up to 32GB)
- The second generation pattern, enhance the stability of the product
- A new core engine, continued upgrading, holding the highest compatibility in the industry
- Change language of menu as you want without any limit
- Support SDHC memory cards ( compatibility up to 32GB)
- Change language of menu as you want without any limit
- As same size and thickness as original card
- No need to flash. Build-in launch Slot-2 (gba) function
- Support DMA read and no lag when using any microSD card
- Support FAT16 and FAT32. Can transfer files with PC, PDA, Cellphone and Camera
- Support clean rom and drag-drop to play. Fast loading
- Support NDS and DSi files. Run iDS files on any version of DS
- Write save files to TF card directly and no need manual backup or restore them
- Auto save type detection and no need to update save type list database
- Support moonshell and home brew
- Power saving design. Enter optimization mode automatically
- Double screen UI. Support display thumbnails of files
- Easy to use and setting
- Support button and touch operation both
- Support Wi-Fi and rumble package and browser expansion
- Support change back ground picture of menu
- Support change font color of menu
- Support brightness adjust (DS Lite only)
- Support soft-reset
- Support AR cheat code
- Support soft-reset of moonshell 1.6 (back to main menu of R4i-advance)
- Support DLDI auto-patching
- Support Download play

11 Comments

although i still use dealextreme - be AWARE they sell fake cards

:? What is it ? and what does it do ? :oops:

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sparky1953;5078178

:? What is it ? and what does it do ? :oops:



Allows you to play homebrews (DS game images uploaded from internet; mainly p2p)

Saves you thousands, this one supports the dsi.

forcephil;5078131

although i still use dealextreme - be AWARE they sell fake cards



Yep I got caught out with some fakes last year, luckily they are cheap items now anyway so just ordered some replacements (now that they say they check all DSTT items) and they were fine.

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sparky1953;5078178

:? What is it ? and what does it do ? :oops:



I hope this helps

dsi-accessories.co.uk/r4i…si/

BTW as the r4i team no longer exist the fake comment is little more than trollish.

forcephil;5078131

although i still use dealextreme - be AWARE they sell fake cards



I agree - I was a keen user of Dealextreme; but in the last year their "customer service" is non-existant. I tried unsuccessfully to return a DS card which failed after 4 months - and after another 8 months of trying gave up.

DON'T buy any electrical items from Dealextreme, you are wasting your money.
Recently I bought a cheap Bluetooth dongle from them (it was only about £2) and sure enough .... 3 weeks after receiving it, it too has failed.

There's cheap and there's rubbish - Dealextreme electricals are now rubbish.

Instead of buying this for £9, I recommend setting alight to the £5 note and buying 4 issues of The Big Issue. That way you have had fun watching a fiver burn (which I am sure you've never done yet!) and had a good feeling helping someone and not had the frustration of wasting your money .... then next time you might think it's worth buying 9 Big Issues ;-)

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These jokers want 25 quid for the same product r4i.co.uk/r4_…r4i and do you think they are mature enough to offer customer service from the boiler room they operate from?

I have had no problems with dealextreme and given the pence you pay for items I really do not care

Contact [email protected] and ask them if dealextreme sells fakes simple as

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ra2000;5078477

I agree - I was a keen user of Dealextreme; but in the last year their … I agree - I was a keen user of Dealextreme; but in the last year their "customer service" is non-existant. I tried unsuccessfully to return a DS card which failed after 4 months - and after another 8 months of trying gave up.DON'T buy any electrical items from Dealextreme, you are wasting your money.Recently I bought a cheap Bluetooth dongle from them (it was only about £2) and sure enough .... 3 weeks after receiving it, it too has failed. There's cheap and there's rubbish - Dealextreme electricals are now rubbish.Instead of buying this for £9, I recommend setting alight to the £5 note and buying 4 issues of The Big Issue. That way you have had fun watching a fiver burn (which I am sure you've never done yet!) and had a good feeling helping someone and not had the frustration of wasting your money .... then next time you might think it's worth buying 9 Big Issues ;-)


If something failed after 4 months, more fool you for trying.

vibeone;5078736

If something failed after 4 months, more fool you for trying.



Not sure what you're saying ?
I thought I would give Dealextreme another go, as the dongle was much cheaper than anywhere else and could afford a £2 risk, and sure I got bitten.
I pass it on as advice based on experience, that's all.

dont get this piece of crap

get yourself a proper card that works on european DSi with proper support the ACEKARD is what i recommend for the DSi

Yep, these things are great and cheap but many struggle to get them running properly and if not generaly computer, file system confident it can be a nightmare. I always like to sell them ready to plug n play with whatever the customer wants on them, it's way less hassle all round for a couple of extra quid.
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