Archive for October, 2010

SUPERCARD DSTWO V1.08(update:12-22)

Monday, October 25th, 2010

1、Fixed file system (Fixed the crash bug when filename is less than 8 letters and there is space in it).
2、Fixed save bugs of Summon Night(J) & Summon Night 2(J).
3、Fixed crash bug of Pokemon Black connection.
4、Fixed touch bug of Real Time Menu.
Note: Old version patch database can not be use in new OS.

http://down.supercard.sc/download/dstwo/DSTWO_v1.08_eng.zip

NDSGBA for DSTWO v1.30 (2010-10-22)

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

* Modified the emulator kernel to improve game compatibility.
* Such as Shining Soul can work.


http://down.supercard.sc/download/dstwo/plugin/NDSGBA_for_DSTWO_v1.30.zip

DStwo iReader Plugin V1.1 2010-10-14

Friday, October 15th, 2010

Install: To install simply release iReader_Vx.x.rar and copy the iReader and ther _dstwoplug folder to root directory of your SD card,overwrite the old version.After these operation, you can see iReader and _dstwoplug.
-The iReader software automatically parses supported files by extension type.
ZIP files as virtual directories, Now these files can be accessed through the “All”, “Book” and “Picture” sort option.
-Added the R key for turn to next page when using vertical mode.
-Fixed the case of lost words when using vertical mode.
-Improved image zoom scale control mode. Now Scaling parameter can control from 25% to 400%, as 25% 50% 75% 100% 150% 200% 300% 400%.
-Increased support for large images.
-Fixed the case that large image can’t be zoomed or rotated because of lack of memory.
-Fixed some .bmp image browsing problem.
-Improved the bookmark, Now you can save more than 10 bookmarks for one file.You can save bookmarks as many as you want.
Note:-Because the bookmark was modified so your bookmark of old version can’t be used.You must delete it.


http://eng.supercard.sc/manual/dstwo/plugin/ireader.htm

Supercard confident in cracking 3DS protection

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Nintendo is loading up the 3DS with a host of anti-piracy measures including automatic firmware updates. Flashcart manufacturer Supercard is unfazed, however.

Read more at QJ.