Okay so I've successfully Re-Shelled two old style NDS consoles now. The only probme I seem to have is that the L and R buttons have very little spring or movement in them. They work, fine. It just doesn't feel right, like it used to - when they made that "tak" noise as they clicked snuggly down into place.
I'm thinking that I need to get my knife out and do a tiny bit of cutting (you always do have to on these new cases) but I'm not sure where to start... Anyone who's done this before will understand where I'm coming from!
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if you are using a r4 get the little chip in the game card and put it in the little usb type thing you get with it ,plug that into ur computer ,get the free trail on winrar, go to my website and put the NDS file into ur ds ard u pluged into the computer http://www.coolrom.com/roms/nds/a/
Check the pads from inside your NDS (be very careful opening it!) Clean it and look for signs of wear, such as cracks on the pad. If the A button has a crack, then you will need to replace the pad. I experienced that on my NDS down button. Look for videos on youtube on how to open your NDS.
You should format you MicroSD card completely (copy all your ROMS and Saves from it first), then drop all the files from the website back on it, replace your ROMS and games, should be good to go.
Just make sure you've got the right software for the right card.
- get nds file info using ndstool.exe - append a file to ndsloader.bin - apply ndspatcher.exe to a nds - grep for bricker code in .nds - trim blank space out of a rom - unpack and repack a nds using ndstool
extract to somewhere eg C:/ds/dslazy run dslazy.exe select a nds file(which is GTA right?) by hitting the "..." button. get the rom info by clicking the [?] hit the desired patch button select where you want the new file to be if appropriate..
Unpack the said nds file(GTA) search ARM7 download on Google, and DL it then paste it on the unpack nds files which is on your ds lazy folder "NDS_UNPACK folder" overwrite if ask. Then repack it save the repack nds file wherever you want and your done copy the patch GTA on your SD card. If you don't get it try searching ARM7 patching on google.
.nds files are Nintendo DS image (usually are from NDS games or homebrew). you need an Nintendo DS and a NDS Flashcart (i.e. M3 Adapter, Super Card, M3 Simply, R4 DS, etc.).This files can be open on an Emulator (i.e. iDeaS, ndsemu, no$gba, etc) but the games don't play successful as sometimes the emulator crash. So it's better to use the file on a Nintendo DS.
okay listen the sd card has to be blown on put it back in to little hole thing in the thing on the r4 card.Then blow the ds cartridge and the r4 and put it back in and it should work perfectly and if it doesnt just do it one more time and keep on doing it.
If you are confident in taking it apart, just compare the L button to the R button, you should see what the problem is. And since you already have it open it will make it easy to replace what needs to be replaced, which is probably just the L button itself.