How many GB does an R4 card have?
The new R4 SDHC card suddenly allowed capacities of up to 32GB to be used with an R4 card, making them much stronger devices for carrying many applications, games, music and movie files with you on the go. The R4 card was already popular before but the R4 SDHC card was an instant hit.
How do I download games onto my R4 DS?
Insert the R4 card into your Nintendo DS. The R4 card should fit into the slot into which you usually insert your games’ cards. Make sure that the microSD card is snugly inserted into the R4 card as well. On the original DS, you may first have to plug a card reader into the bottom of the DS.
Are ROMs illegal in Australia?
It is illegal to download a Nintendo ROM from the internet whether or not you own an authentic copy of that game. Although Australian copyright law now allows limited ‘format shifting’ of certain copyright material for private and domestic use, this right does not allow the copying of video games to a different format.
What is an R4 DS card?
The original R4 Card was released for the Nintendo DS and is compatible with the newer Nintendo DS lite systems as well. When the R4 DS Card was created, there was no single DS card that worked in the DS game slot 1, and the R4 made playing DS homebrew games and applications a breeze.
What is the size of the R4 SDHC card?
The original R4 DS enabled you to use micro sd cards up to 2GB. With the R4 SDHC version, the updated R4 card, you are able to take that much futher, with support for micro sdhc cards up to 8 or 16GB in size, you will have an endless amount of storage space for all of your DS homebrew games and applications.
Can I add more storage to my R4 DS?
If 2Gb memory is more than enough for you, then the original R4 DS will suit you just fine. If you would however like to add even more storage, we suggest you give the R4 SDHC card a try. All of our products come with a full 1 year warranty and lifetime firmware updates-free of charge!
What microSD card should I use with the R4?
The R4 (Revolution for DS) is another slot 1 solution which uses a MicroSD card to store all the necessary data, from ROMs and music to the operating system files. In this review, I will be using a Kingston 1gb MicroSD (SD-C01G JAPAN) card with the R4 and all associated benchmarks.