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Nintendo 3DS R4 Card: Everything You Need to Know to Download and Play Games


This wikiHow teaches you how to play a downloaded version of a game on a classic Nintendo DS. In order to play downloaded games on your DS, you will need an R4 SDHC card, a microSD card, and a computer on which you can download the game files.




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I am looking to buy a 3DS as I have been a fan of Nintendo for years now, and I thought that I would hop onto the band wagon as I seem to be missing out on some great titles. I want to get an R4 card because I do not want to pay full price for so many games. (I know piracy is bad, but money is tight...)


The question is, I was looking up on some R4 cards and I saw in some reviews that they can only be used for original NDS games, and do not play 3DS games. Is this true? Because I currently already own a DSi with an R4 card, so I can play all of the original NDS games I want. Thanks in advance.


Also take a look at our direct download links and R4 DS RomSet downloads from DS Torrents with all the latest NDS / DSi games packed into sets of 100 files. (With torrents you can download all the romset or pick just the games you need)


You can have ONE R4 DS (or R4i for DSi) cartridge with all these games on it: Pokemon,Dragon Quest,Art Academy,Mario Kart,Pokemon Soul Silver,Zelda,Tetris,Pokemon Diamond,Final Fantasy,Pokemon Black & White,New Super Mario Bros.. Download the games-> Copy to microSD card -> Play on NDS or DSi XL.


Welcome to the Official R4 3DS Firmware downloads page. Here you will find all of the latest firmware files for all of the different models of the R4 3DS Cards. All of our cards are always updated to ensure that support even the latest system updates and continue to work and provide all of the features and functions you would expect from the R4 3DS card you own.


The Firmware (or Kernel as it is more commonly called) is the heart and soul of the R4 3DS. Without the firmware files, your r4 will not be recognized when you insert it into your DS, DSi or Nintendo 3DS system. You can think of it as the bootloader or menu system for your ds card. In fact, one of the biggest reasons why many have issues using their cards when they first receive them is because they have not yet installed/copied over the firmware files to their micro SD Card. The R4 DS firmware is what will install the menu, and allow you to load all of the games, applications and software you have on your r4.


The firmware is free to download and use. And we also have lifetime updates on all firmware upgrades. You'll never have to pay again to update your R4 3DS card or any other version of the R4 that we offer. Should a new update come out because we have discovered some incompatibility, or added some new features, they will be announced here and available for you to download at no cost at all. We always strongly urge all of our customers to use the latest and newest firmware and to install the newest versions as they are released. This helps prevent any issues with console updates that may temporarily not recognize the R4 3DS, as the new firmware once again enables all of the features we've all come to love about our ds homebrew cards.


It does offer better support for microSD Cards than the original R4 DS and can use microSD cards up to 16GB in size offering up plenty of space for your games, movies, music, homebrew, apps, games and more.


For playing 3DS roms you will need the new generation GATEWAY 3DS or SKY3DS cards but this R4 SDHC gives access to all the classic DS and older games on New 3DS, 3DS XL, 2DS. + Real time save enables users to stop and resume playing any time in the game!


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Download r4.html from www.r4ds.cn on your computer and unpack the zipped folder. Place all files in one folder. Then load your micro SD card on your computer. Now open up your micro SD and open the folder. Drag the files you downloaded in your micro SD card. Now create a new folder named games in your card. Then go to nds-roms.com. Download any game and drag that game file in your games folder. Now remove your SD card and put it in your R4. Now you can play all Nintendo games on your R4 DS. Enjoy!!!


It seems that you copied one .3ds game to your microSD card. In fact, the r4 card only supports NDS games, not 3ds games. Please copy .nds rom to your microSD card and test it . You can find more informationhere


R4 cards could be used for a variety of applications. It is unfortunate that they became infamous for piracy, and people downloading Nintendo games via Torrents. This is because there were many cool applications of R4 cards. Some of these included homebrew applications (from indie games to painting applications!), as well as turning your Nintendo DS into a portable music or movie player. R4 cards became very popular, very quickly - and initially expanded in the USA and mainland Europe.


The original R4 cards could take ordinary SD cards, which had a maximum memory capacity of 2GB. Back then, games and applications were broadly under 100MB in size and this was often fine. However, as applications became more complex so too did people's desires for more memory without having to swap out Micro-SD cards all the time. This is when the R4 team released their next generation of card, the R4 SDHC, in 2008.


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.


You can see that these were trying to pass themselves off as the original R4 card. The problem is that each factory created their own firmware / software design. Therefore, in order to use one of the clone cards, a user would have to download software for their card from a different URL (not the main R4 SDHC website URL). This created all sorts of chaos with less tech savvy customers, many of whom thought they were buying the original R4 SDHC card. When they downloaded the original's firmware and it didn't work on a clone card, they panicked and thought their card was broken - when in fact they simply didn't buy an original one.


My SMS Card games and Turbo Grafx-16 HuCard games still works, I assure those DS and 3DS card games will still work just fine 30 years from now too. In comparison some of my PS1 and PS2 disc had loading issues or disc read errors now, even if I try to buff them the errors are still there.


When I hear and read about video game preservation I always see it in the context of people's personal collections. No one is safely "preserving" games for historical purposes in a museum or library type of setting. They are uploading and downloading entire libraries of games online to load into Chinese made emulation boxes.


Always had an issue with the 3DS Pokemon games. Read issues day 1. Worst instance I had was I decided to boot up Pokemon Sun last year. As soon as I try to boot the game it would tell me I removed the card. Lucky none of my other games gave me trouble and hope it stays that way for a while


Honestly I'm more worried about the hardware that those games are played on rather than the games themselves. Because lets be real in this day and age game preservation is quite easy and is bound to happen time and time again while consoles such as the nintendo ds/3ds, wii etc because of their unique designs would be difficult to play their library of games on emulators or other systems


@GTHOLLAND couldn't disagree more as an 18 year old i love my nes, snes and old pc games,.Games are like movies or books a piece of entertainment that maybe just a trend of its time or timeless. For instance i recently watched a silent film called dantes inferno which was available through youtube. For me it is a timeless film just like some nes,snes games are. Entertainment either being books, movies, games should be preserved so people can experience them. And i am not talking about museums preserving hardware or that kind of stuff, i am talking being able to simply search up the name and being able to download them as files


Ah, but the hardware fails, you say! And you would be right. For physical that's not a problem- buy a new system! For digital you lose those games... right? Well, no, actually. Just re-download. But what if 30 years have passed and the server is down? As long as you have a backup system, that will truly last the rest of your life. Because the frequency of playing a legacy console 30 years from now will be slim. We'll all be too preoccupied playing the Switch 5 at that point to care about some old Switch 1 game more than on rare occasions. Or, every 20 years, do a system transfer before the system dies. You'll be able to pick up extra Switches for $100 at that point.


It states in the license that if your media storage device (this covers disks, cartridges, game cards etc) should fail, the publisher can replace them for a fee. It is looking like the duty of preservation is down to the publisher of the game license and any "reasonable" request of replacement by the license holder would be actionable by Law.This actually means an awful lot of game companies are in deep *hit in regards to games that are faulty within 2 years (Batman Arkham city Armoured edition springs to mind, as every launch copy had a bug that rendered Harley's revenge unplayable). Any longer than 2 years and the Publisher can argue the License loses validity. It's not been tried in a court to see the actual outcome though. New territory just like internet Law.


Either way, even though I'm not a physical media purist (how could I be with half of my current collection being full-digital?), I'd still put all my money on my physical media outlasting me vs the uncertainty of still being able to download my digital media, let alone play it because DO keep in mind: even keeping copies of those digital games does NOT mean that you'll still be able to play them.


What I'm saying with that part of my comment is that downloading, copying and playing these games without paying for them isn't hurting anyone or anything anymore: seeing as there is no publisher/developer that you could send your money to in order for it to validate your "purchase", so the option doesn't even exist.


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