Netendo R4i 3DS card is an outstanding flashcard in 3DS world.Here i will talk about more info about this 3ds flash card.
The R4i Gold is a budget flash cart which is the first 3DS flashcard for Nintendo 3DS console!It still intends to deliver high compatibility and a solid product for the low price, with some people suggesting it's DS game compatibility.The r4i gold review can be a modern slot-1 flash cart,which also supports SDHC and it needs no additional tools to boot; Assuming that it's bootloader/firmware has been updated properly it will boot on any unmodified DS, DS Lite, DSi, DSi XL, or 3DS. With the latest version of the bootloader update to bypass DSi/XL firmware 1.4.2 (1.4.3 for China), the cart disguises itself as a Miami Nights game. Like most flash carts this cart operates in what's known as DS-mode, meaning that even if you're using it in a DSi, DSi XL, or 3DS, it'll only play DS games and homebrew.
R4i Gold 3DS hardware
The R4i Gold 3ds flash card is a simply-constructed flash cart, in line with it's aim towards budget users.It is a simply-designed flash cart, two clipped-together halves of a shell, and a PCB. One of the first things I noticed is that the MicroSD slot is not spring-loaded. Some people prefer this as it means one less possible point of failure, while others may find the MicroSD hard to remove if you don't have nails.
The cart in general is not thick like some other flash cards, but unfortunately the unit I received has the habit of getting stuck when I tried to eject it, to the point that I can literally pick up the system by holding onto the flash cart. This is not simply friction caused by a tight fit, it feels like the R4i Gold is getting caught on something and I have to wiggle it to the right to free it. This problem was exhibited in both a DSi and 3DS, and none of my other carts (game or flash) do this.
R4i Gold 3DS Compatibility
The unit I received had the 3DS bootloader update already applied, and as suspected after giving it a MicroSD with the proper Wood menu files, the R4i Gold 3DS successfully ran on an updated US Nintendo 3DS system, with no noticeable flaws. It's important to note that this flash cart (like all current flash carts) currently runs on the 3DS in "DS mode". This means the r4i gold 3ds card runs as if it's in a DS. It will not play DSi games, it will not play 3DS games, and no games or homebrew running from the cart can take advantage of any extra DSi or 3DS features.
R4i Gold Kernel
The native firmware for the R4i Gold from R4i DS,R4i Revolution For 3DS - R4i Gold 3DS is the R4i Gold Kernel, the tested version was 1.51. This is a modified version of Moonshell, which is the standard home media viewer for the DS series. The version modified here is 2.02. Moonshell is naturally capable of playing various audio formats, viewing various image formats, and even playing videos converted into a specific format (DPG). It's not uncommon for a flash cart team to modify Moonshell to fit in with their cart, so it'll be interesting to see what this team did.
R4i Gold Wood
Wood is an alternative firmware for flash carts which focuses on game and homebrew playability, the tested version was 1.29b. It started off as an alternative for the Acekard R.P.G., but was then ported to the old-model R4, before being ported to the R4i Gold/DSN. The port for the R4i Gold is officially-supported, and is currently what is used to launch games and homebrew. The modified version for the R4i Gold adds a new option to the bottom of the main menu (Return), which boots back to the R4i Gold kernel if it's installed (otherwise it just resets Wood). Wood consists of a WOODR4.NDS file, and an __rpg folder.