Nintendo DSi Memory Pit Exploit

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    do you have twilight menu++ installed? it's amazing especially since you can mimic the dsi interface.
     
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    Yeah i do, mainly because ive got a 32GB SD Card and apparently HiyaCFW doesnt like them if they're over 2GB so i had to use it xD its quite interesting tbh, i never knew of this exploit until yesterday.
     
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    there are some issues with twilight menu (at least on the 3ds sd card). most games work well, but some like the ds golden sun doesn't boot. it will boot with a flash cart though. I'm not well versed on the dsi (never owned one). I didn't realize this until recently, but nintendo decided to release the dsi instead of a lite xl, 'cause I was trying to find one, since the original ds screen is pretty small.
     
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    I exploited my dsi with this method. Waited a long time for it.
    Twilight menu ++ is a great replacement for the system menu. But I find it loads much slower than the regular system menu. This also happens on my 3ds using twilight menu ++. A white screen on boot, stays there for around 10 seconds before showing the splash screen. Never looked into it
     
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    I use twilight menu++ on both the ds and the 3ds. I left my super card dstwo in my ds lite, and I use my 3ds card on my 3ds. everything runs perfect with a flash cart, but there are some problems running it through the 3ds. I recently bought an ez flash omega for gba games. I haven't gotten the flash cart yet. I bought it on June 23rd, so it's taking quite a while from China.
     
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    There is one bug that annoys me and have actually reported it on the github a few minutes ago, is the fact that when you try to boot system settings from the Misc Settings of Twilight++ is that sometimes it can boot the incorrect settings from the SysNAND instead of the SDNAND, therefore making any changes be it the user name, colour, etc. will not show on the main menu. Or the actual SDNAND version of the System Settings, or just fails to boot it with "An Error Occurred" Screen.
     
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    Damn i remember EZ Flash Carts, i had one back in the day when i was a kid for my black DS Lite, those were the days. I had an R4 card for my DSi actually yeeears ago but it died, so im glad this exploit came out so that i can use it again without a card.
     
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    there's also the everdrive, but it's over $130 while this flash cart was only around $36 (If you can stand the wait). both seem to be good but some people say that you can tell the omega is cheap. however, others say that it's fine. I opted for the omega due to expense.
     
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    Yeah i get that with my DSi too i noticed.
     
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    hopefully, it's not too bad considering I've been waiting over a month. $130 is like the price of those nes/snes flash carts. it's not worth it when it's that expensive. I've been through the r4, ds++, acekard, and finally supercard dstwo, which hasn't had any trouble playing anything. I used the cartridge to dump my gba game and saves. they work with gbarunner2 and the supercard's gba emulator.
     
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