Post what NDS Homebrew Hardware you have in here so we can start building up a database of 'experts' that can help others out.
I have the following:
- Supercard mini-SD with 2GB mini-SD and USB mini-SD adapter
- SuperPass2 with programmer (parallel port programmer, USB powered)
- Pro Action Replay Max Duo (for backing up my cart gamesaves and getting them converted and moved over to my Supercard so I can use the ROMs instead)
- Extreme Flash Advance Linker II (1Gbit flashcart good only for GBA ROMs and stays in my GBM)
note: FlashMe v7 is installed on both my DS and my DS Lite so I never use the Superpass2 anymore.
Opinion: Everything's GREAT except for the Superpass2. I had to program it with the programmer for the Metroid Demo TWICE before it finally 'took' and started booting the SuperCard-Mini-SD flashcart in DS mode. There is also nothing on the tiny 'switch' at the top of the device to show you whether you're in program mode or game mode.
It has to be in program mode in order to be programmed and game mode in order to work in the DS/DSL. Also, a special gamesave has to be loaded on the flash cart and loaded to SRAM before the flashcart will boot into DS mode.
Stay away from the SuperPass2 get the Passcard3 instead.
The Supercard Mini-SD with 2 GB mini-sd card was DAMN worth it, even if it sticks out of my DS Lite a little. It sits flush with the phat DS though.
No slowdowns at ALL so far on the DS games I've played (which is a lot), haven't yet tried any GBA games since that is what the EFA Linker II is for.