R4 and Supercards

I have heard of this cool feature called pokesav for pokemon diamond and I looked into it. Unfortunatly the chip I need, called an R4 or a Super Card, I have no idea about. I know you need a micro sd, but that is it. Can someone give me some information on it?

Topic by awsome 11 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


I would like to show you pictures of the second version of my KAST R3. The KAST R4 is a CQB style weapon. It's more powerful, has upgraded sights, is really compact, has the mag in the stock like the first gun, removable mags, etc. Unfortunately it doesn't have a ram guide (in development), and is less accurate. The first pics are the R4, the last is the R3. You can find a short video of it shooting on my photobucket. I will make a better video later. EDIT: IT IS NOW POSTED!!!! www.instructables.com/id/KAST-R4/

Topic by shadowninja31 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Can you change the software of the old R4 chip to work on the 3DS? Answered

I have an R4 chip that I got from vacation back in 2009, and now I have a 3DS. Obviously, the software does not work on this newer technology, and I don't fancy getting the new R4 3DS cartridge. I've looked all over the internet, but I cannot find any answers -- all I want to know is: Is it possible to change R4 the software to work on the 3DS?

Question by Thergox 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Looking for R4 for DS - Where to get?

Hey, Looking for users who have a Nintendo DS and went out to buy the R4 game for it (revolution) It's not sold in stores, but it is on amazon. Yet my parents wont buy it unless someone else did. sence he doesnt trust the sellers. (You cant order off amazon at age 16 -_- ) So if you have R4... Where can i get it? Or I should say, Where did YOU get it

Topic by Killa-X 11 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Does Anyone know how to make a MicroSD USB adaptor for the R4 Card I lost mine in the water and cant get it back thank u Answered

Hi I lost my R4 MicroSD USB adaptor for the R4 Card in the water and i cant get it back and i dont want  to buy another one is there a way you can edit a USB so it can read a 4GB MicroSD Card Thanks Nathan

Question by ghostmonkeys 9 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Does AVS video converter convert to dpg? Because I need dpg for my r4.

Question by tjmortenson 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago

im using r4i sdhc and it isnt working for me?

Im using r4i sdhc and it isnt working for me? it says loading then please update to latest frimware and i dont know how to make it to latest frimware im using a ds lite i have made it to fat 32 like it said on the box then it didnt tell me anymore instructions

Question by ahmad2117 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

R5, Bolt Action Carbine

Hey guys! After the "rebuff" I received from ZakS and FlyingFish10 (and more kind comments from TheDunkis and Raz1r Knex Bull3t) about how my K'NEX Gun: Declaration (R2) looked just like a ZKAR (to which I disagreed), I decided to rebuild and heavily edit my K'NEX gun Declaration (R2), changing the body and mechanisms so heavily that the comparison between it and the ZKAR would be virtually non-existent. After about three days of hard work, I have finally come up with this gun, the R5. With a brand new trigger mechanism and bullet transfer system, this gun is ENTIRELY different from any other bolt action gun you will find. While the bolt itself is heavily similar to the ZKAR / Zaktangle, almost everything else is entirely unrecognizable (except the magazine, that's a pretty standard yellow rod magazine). Features: Brand new trigger mechanism Brand new bullet transfer system Heavily edited (and improved) pin guide setup Comfortable stock Very reliable New magazine setup, with magazine breach Comfortable grip Flip-up back sight Great range: 50 - 70 ft. Preloadable magazine Internal magazine pusher 12 rd. magazine (could be increased) This version is by no means finished, but when I do finish it, I'll be sure to post a full set of instructions. Check out the image notes for more info. Tell me what you guys think I should change or add to this gun. I'd love to hear your comments. Quick Tip: When you have a magazine that is full of rounds try and make the last round different in some way, so that when you shoot the gun you know when the magazine is empty. This will prevent you from shooting the magazine pusher, and make it so that you don't have to keep track of how many rounds you've shot. -The Red Book of Westmarch

Topic by The Red Book of Westmarch 5 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

can I put 8GB micro SD on my nintendo DS R4?

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

How does one replace the shaft seal on an R4 a/c compressor?

Question by befitz 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

im putting my r4 card into the ds and its coming up menu wat will i do?

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago

How can I transfer all my original NDS game cards onto the PC and copy all onto one R4 or FireCard?

Hi I want to copy all my original NDS games onto one game card. To do this I need to be able to copy the original game cards onto the PC then transfer them on to an R4 or Firecard. Is there a NDS slot 1, R4 type reader I can buy which will allow me to do this?. Any help appreciated Thanks

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

How do I copy my original NDS games cards onto the PC so I can Transfer all to one R4 or Firecard?

Hi I want to copy all my original NDS games onto one game card. To do this I need to be able to copy the original game cards onto the PC then transfer them on to an R4 or Firecard. Is there a NDS slot 1, R4 type reader I can buy which will allow me to do this?. Any help appreciated Thanks

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

can you put the dsi or 3ds operating system on an r4 card and use it on a ds lite?

Hi, I am wondering if it is possible to put the dsi or 3ds operating system on an r4 card, put it in a ds lite, boot it up, and run the operating system off of the card.  Is this possible?  If it is, is it legal?  Thanks in advance  :D

Question by salomon1996 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

I got a TT card and have trans r4 files to the sd card but when I switch on the DS I get a red folder icon sayinMENU? Answered

I created the "games folder and have the _DS_MENU.DAT-- _DS_MSHL.NDS>> _system_>> moonshl all in the root of the SD card and even have my seperate "Games" folder but when I plug it in I just get a red folder saying MENU? Any help greatly appreciated!

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Can i copy an NDS game ?

Hi, Can I copy an NDS game from the original card onto  R4 card ? If it can be done how ?

Question by donewalking 9 years ago

Old transistorized \ferriterod inverters 2ör4"burnt tubes were used. Here I tried with burnt cfls( w/o curcuit) no dia

How to use burnt cfls in transistorized inverter circuits which was using tubes.?

Question by sanghajeevi 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Open Exe (Executable) Files on a Nintendo DS?

I am wondering if anyone knows how to open exe (executable) files on a Nintendo DS. I already have an r4 card.

Question by qazwsx755 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Is it possible to hook up a flash drive to a GBA SP?? Answered

 Is it possible to hook up a flash drive to a GBA? because I dont have the money to buy myself an R4 or something similar, and I wanted to know if its possible to use a flash drive the same way as one of  those.

Question by Soopah Steve 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

when i play some of my coverted DPG music videos on my DSi using a R4 Chip Reader, the sound is distorted.?

Hello, i can play some of music videos and they work perfectly.  The others have squelching and pixel distortion.  They all look fine on my PC when i view them using DPGShow.  When i view the videos on my DSi, i know which ones will work ok as they display the duration in minutes next to video title.  has anybody else had issues?  i've tried numerous conversions but hit the same issue witht he same video files. thanks in advance any help would be appreciated

Question by wendyhubbard 9 years ago

I need to buy an R4i card for my nintendo 3DS to play the new Pokemon X/Y

Hi eveybody, I need to buy an R4 card for my nintendo 3DS XL to play the new Pokemon Y which one should I buy please? http://www.r4flashcart.com/8-wood-r4i-gold-3ds-flashcart-for-3ds-xl-3ds-dsi-and-ds-lite.html Can I play pokemon y and animal crossing with this r4i card please? and what is the FW version required....my 3dsXL is on8.1.0-19u now

Topic by bushongsean 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Emulators on the DS

I would really like to get a Nintendo DS. I do have one question though; how well do NES and SNES emulators work on the DS? I ask this because my friend recently got an R4 card which he uses to play such emulators on his DS. When he plays games like Super Metroid and Super Mario Brothers 3, the graphics are extremely choppy and in some cases unplayable. It is not just those roms either, the DS seems to have trouble with nearly all of the emulator games. Is there a way to fix this? I would really appreciate anyone who can help answer either of my questions.

Topic by SC-Ghost 11 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Can anyone make this and post an instructable? Answered

See the schematic and these are the parts and please make a breadboard version IC1: LM555 Timer IC Q1: 2N3906 PNP transistor R1: 100K potentiometer R2: 3.9 Kohm resistor R3: 10 Kohm resistor R4: 47 Kohm resistor C1, C3: 0.01-µF disc (non-polarized) capacitor C2: 1.0-µF electrolytic or tantalum (polarized) capacitor Speaker: 8-ohm, 0.5-watt speaker(i also tried a buzzer) Photoresistor: I used a LDR aren't they the same? The buzzer goes off(not off. it's like explosions"The bomb went off") when light hits the photoresistor.

Question by Hafiz Mohammad Shayan Tariq 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

How to make an BJT astable multivibrator run faster than 30Khz that works?

I am working on a dc to dc converter and it works but it seems to me that when i go higher than that it doesn't work anymore. I am using two C945 transistors. The resistor values for R1 and R4 are 1K and for R2 and R3 are 15k . For the capacitors C1 is 2.2nf and 1nf for C1. i have tried putting in smaler capacitors and increasing the two base resistor values. BTW its for a dc to dc converter that im working on. I also have no idea how much inductance on the inductor is. I am try to step up 6V dc to 15 V. It works put its low on power thats what i want.

Question by josh1001 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Some advices on "self switcher circuit between battery & AC-DC ADAPTER power sources"

To put it shortly, I have small 12V 10A solar system (panels, car battery,  PWM charger, LEDs, car radio, car lighter (used for usb phone chargers etc) backed up with 12V 3A AC-DC adapter. They share common "ground" and outs connected in parallel but I dont want it to draw any power from AC adapter unless PWM controller shuts down power when battery gets empty. Anything below 500mah is neglible. I dont understand much about relays or microchips perhaps a relay design would be simpler and more efficient... So I tried to design a circuit with TIP33 transistor(because i found that it supports 10A continuous draw). but apparently it needs like 2V (max3) as Base-emitter voltage. if so, i need to add something between R1 and Adapter +12V and R4 and battery12V to reduce voltage to 2 volts... I have 3 questions 1st: is there any more efficient and relatively simple way to drop voltage withoutt leds? otherwise i will just use them as both indicators and voltage droppers since current will be lower than 20mah. 2nd: i am not sure if R2 and zener diode would be enough to let T2 draw all the current to keep TIP33 off while battery is on. perhaps i should remove R2 as well? 3rd: Since PWM and adapter both have reverse voltage and overload protection im planning to put a single diode to deny unnecessary current flow on R3 from battery.(i already removed the second one from design just before i write this here). i am thinking about putting resistor values to let only 30ma run there. Would that diode overheat while running on AC or drop voltage from adapter too much? R3=440 R1+R2=160 R4=anything depends on the T2(sth simple to handle 15-20mah C-E)

Question by sailorondatea 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

555 timeout troubles?

Evening all,  This is most likely a very basic problem but for the life of me I can't find the solution. The project: auto folding wing mirrors (see below) http://www.lexusownersclub.co.uk/forum/index.php?app=core&module;=attach&section;=attach&attach;_id=6108 The problem: for some reason my alarm logic is the opposite way round, most likely due to the removal of my motion sensor due to it tripping my alarm when locked. Now I have modified the circuit shown in the PDF to remove TR2 and R4 so the I/P to the 555 is kept high by the 12v alarm signal. I have a pot between pin 2 and ground so I can adjust the pull down point as the alarm signal only drops to 9.7V and, obviously, the 555 needs logic high or low. So, having adjusted the pull down point, I find that the 5 second timeout, which worked when I first built the circuit as per the PDF, no longer switches the O/P off.  So so what am I doing wrong or is it just best to us a picaxe to do all of this as I code write up the code in half an hour or so. thanks

Question by LED Maestro 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

IR Switch. Will this work? Answered

Hi Guys & Girls Obviously, i am new to this and my electronics knowledge is very limited. Let me first explain what my desired outcome is and then proceed with the questions i have. In the schematic below i connected two circuits that i found. One is a infrared receiver and the other a flip flop. With that, the following needs to happen : when the user presses a button on a IR transmitter aimed at the receiver circuit in the schematic it is sent through pin 3 to the flip flop circuit which in turn puts the relay in a (permanent) ON state. When the user presses the same button again, the process is repeated and puts the relay in a (permanent) OFF state. So bottom line a 1 button/channel IR press on press off switch to switch my 12v circuit on/off. Here are my questions: 1. Is the receiver circuit correct as i have drawn it i.e. will it work? 2. Is the flip flop circuit correct as i have drawn it i.e. will it work? 3. Where i have the red circle : 1. Is the connection between the receiver and flip flop circuit there correct? 2. Do i need another resistor there? 4. Do i need a “floating resistor” as a R5 around the relay and how does the practical application of this look (on all the diagrams i look at it’s drawn around the relay going from an input to an output on the same wire......does that mean that on the pcb it will run parallel between the “pos+ and neg-“ going into the relay?) 5. Is my relay connection correct within the blue circle? 6. All and all, put together will my circuit work as expected? I know there are probably a whole bunch of ways to achieve the result i am looking for and being a noob, this might be the most impractical(i don’t know), but the reason i went this route is because i have these components available to me and if at all possible, i would not want to go and buy other components. Thanks in advance for any help provided. I find it much easier to learn by building the circuits and then seeing with a multi meter etc. what the effects of each component is than reading through all these books and trying to cram everything into this thick skull of mine  Schematic Component Values : R1 = 220k ; R2 = 100k ; R3 = 10k ; R4 = 10k ; R5 = ? C1 = 1uf ; C2 = 0.01uf ; C3 = 10u Rx1 = Any tsop/similar U1 & U2 = 555 timers

Question by GhengisKhan1981 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

unfinished,5 DOF Robotic Mechanical ARM

5 DOF Robotic Mechanical ARM Required Material of project:- 1. Basic Servo Tower pro 9g*4 2. Header pins Male female*2 3. Arduino Nano*1 4.10kΩ Resistor resistance*2 5. Trimmer Potentiometer track Linear; maximum resistance 10kΩ*4 6. Tactile push button*2 7. Blank circuit board*1 8. Acrylic strips for Robot & potentiometer body*2 9. Wires, Button, Switch 10.Balsa wood, Metal, Plastic Procedure:- Arrange all necessary items.. Please go through the attached images  for better understanding.. I divide whole project in two parts 1) Servo Motor assembly 2) Potentiometer assembly 1) Servo motor assembly: – Servo motor as J1, J2, J3, J4 fix the servo motors as shown in image use 3M tape to glue servo, use thin flexible plastic strip to make griper, make hole in center of each finger tie thread in that hole pass this thread from center hole and tie knot at the other end of thread with 4th servo motor’s knob, as you stretch thread finger get close vise versa. Fix whole arrangement on strong rigid base. 2) Potentiometer assembly: – Fix potentiometer as shown in figure name potentiometer as do previous R3, R4, R5, R6 this time place R6 separately for easy access this potentiometer control gripper to pick and place. Potentiometer arrangement symmetry must be same as servo arm. Fix whole arrangement on strong rigid base. Moving a little bolt from one side to the other side:- 1. Actuators / output devices: 4 micro servos 2. Control method: controlled by a PIC16F690       assembler firmware 3. CPU: PIC16f690 micro controller 4. Operating system: self made assembler code 5. Power source: 4.8V to 6V from 4 battery cells 6. Programming language: PIC Assembler 7. Sensors / input devices: teach in system with                         4 potentiometers       Making Processer:- The Potis are standard types and are screwed to the white plastic parts with their nuts. The axles are pressed into the transparent plastic part. The handle to move the teach-in-arm is a M3-Spacer and the socket is a plastic part with is normally used to fix balloons on a stick to hold it.                     move the motor itself by hand a little force is needed due to its permanent magnets, which create a small holding force. But inside the servo a lot of gears increase the force which you have to apply. If you move the servo by hand, you have to apply a much higher force. If you overcome the motors holding force, it starts to rotate an acts as a flywheel. So moving a servo by hand needs a high torque and its not easy to turn it to the position where you want it. ( Fan control modules for engine cooling of real cars have some extra parts to clamp the voltage which is generated, when you drive at higher speeds. In that case the fan works like a windmill and creates higher voltages than normal inside the power stage of the module.) And there were also a lot of other "problems" which had to be solved using my PIC Controllers. i.e. self made electronics for a RC-Excavator which works similar to the digital system used in slot cars. To replace a lot of wires between the rotating part of the excavator and the track unit, a small PIC 12F629 reads the pulses from up to 5 channels of a RC-Receiver and leads their information via a 2 wire connection to a second PIC12F629. At the second board the power is separated from the data. The PIC is reading the data, and generates the PWM output for the 5 Servo output connector. the 2 wire connection is made with a cheap 6,3mm mono microphone plug which is also used as the axle for the rotating part. The arm of the excavator is also powered by standard servos and so it was necessary to change the control behavior from proportional to integral so that the servos move like real hydraulic cylinders which are controlled by valves. I used the same 12F629 type for that job and added some features like adjustable limit positions and starting point programmable by one jumper, and automatic return to park position when missing the pulses for some seconds. The Software is simple:- Its working like a servotester for four axis. That means, every poti is connected to an analog in of the controller and all servos are connected to GPIOs. The controller reads each poti, does some scaling, so that the angle of the poti equals to the angle of the axis and finally he creates the PWM output 1-2ms pulse every 20ms for all servos. Teach mode:- After a reset the robot arm follows the teach in arm while simple mapping the analog inputs every 25ms to the servo motors. Pressing the button stores each servo position in a array. Play mode: The sketch reads the array step by step and moves the robot arm. For cool looking movements I added a routine calculates different micro steps for each servo to have moving start and end sync on all axis. Also added a ramp for soft increase/decrease velocity. Shorter travel distances the robot does slow, longer distances with faster speed.           The program moves the servos at full speed to the next position and a short delay time after each command allows all of the servos to reach their final position. That means that it is possible to increase the speed a little bit more by doing some fine tuning of the delay times after each command. The final thing which is still not implemented is the routine which saves the "Teach In" data 5 or 10 times per second, so that the controller is able to replay it in a loop with the original speed or with a lower or higher speed. Electrical Connection:- Provide separate power supply (5V DC 1amps) to the Servo motors . Don’t forget to short ground of both power source ( arduino + servo) 5 DOF Robotic Mechanical ARM :- 1. Use of Fiber on upper side 2. wooden spoon is a part of side body 3. cable tie *12 pieces use the robotic. 4. Some pices of wires 5. use scraw*4 6. Glue 7. some small clips Because to attached body 8. small size of plastic box 9. One pieces of  square fiber stand and one pieces small & medium  circular fiber  10.  L293D Motor Driver IC+IC Base KG143 11. Generic Elementz High Quality Nickel Plated 24*18 Points Bread Board*(2 pieces) and one plastic 12. Push Button Switch. Play Mode version 1.1 The gripper input is used to set the delay (0,1,3,15,60,300 seconds) after a loop is done. The switch (it was left from the project start) pauses the robot.        Thanks you:

Topic by aarif1234 1 year ago