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    NDS Review: NeoFlash Top Toy DS TTDS SLOT-1

    NeoFlash Top Toy DS TTDS
    Manufacturer: NeoFlash
    Site: Buy from IC2005
    Price: $59.00


    Overview : NeoFlash Top Toy DS (TTDS), support SDHC 256Gbit, plug and play, support cheat code and soft reset!

    Features :
    • Slot-1 1:1 Original small size
    • Build in passme function
    • Not need patch, just need drag and drop, then plug and play
    • Support all roms, compatibility = 100%
    • Support homebrew app & game, auto DLDI patch in memory
    • Support moonshell MP3/Movie player
    • Support cheat code function, more fun now
    • Support 4-class brightness adjust in menu (NDSL only)
    • Pure hardware save, never lose data
    • Automatically detect and generate save type
    • TF menu core upgradeable
    • Supports FAT/FAT32, works on any OS
    • Supports any TF card speed without any lag in the game
    • Built-in power-saving function
    • User friendly skin able interface. Touch screen or button operation
    • Supports skin DIY
      • Support normal TF and SDHC, up to 4096GByte.
      • Support soft reset in the game
      • Support wireless multi-player (WIFI Game)
      • The save data can use in NDS Emulator directly

    Quality/Usability : The Top Toy DS (TTDS) is a new slot-1 flashcart released by NeoFlash. They're known for other DS flashcarts as well as memory adapters for the PSP. The TTDS comes in a blister pack included with TTDS Flashcart, microSD USB reader and a mini-CD.

    Each time a manufacturer releases a flashcart, it seems like these USB microSD readers get smaller and smaller each time. Not to mention, if you buy flashcarts regularly for whatever reason whether its for collecting, you'll have lots of them.

    The mini-CD contains some drivers but to download the latest TTDS menu, you can download it here. Once downloaded, copy over the files to the root of the microSD. You can copy over your hombrew and games into any folder on the root of your microSD as well.

    Upon booting up your Nintendo DS, TTDS automatically skips the Nintendo DS logo and brings you to the main menu of TTDS which displays all of your hombrew and games that you copied over to your microSD.

    On the top left corner is a OPTIONS button. Here, you can choose the following options:
    • Enable Soft Reset: lets you enable or disable
    • Passme Mode: boot slot-2 device into NDS mode
    • GBA Mode: boot slot-2 device into GBA mode or boot inserted GBA game
    • Power Off: turn off NDS
    • Adjust Light: adjust brightness with four different settings

    Back on the main menu, each game will show icon (if available), file name and size. Under each file name are additional icons.

    • Image of CD with green arrow - Enables cheats and soft reset
    • Image of key - Cheat codes have been selected
    • Image of WiFi - WiFi/Download play game
    • Image of power button - Soft reset has been enabled
    • Image of [+] under File Size - Brings you back to options menu

    For those who dont know, soft reset allows you to exit your game and it brings you to your file list of games. In order for soft reset to work, you must enable it and once its been enabled, simply push the following buttons simultaneously..."L+R+A+B+X+Y". If done correctly, you'll be take to your game list.

    Cheat tab will take you to another menu where you can select which games you want to enable cheats for. Cheats will be listed for those you've selected and it will list cheats for all regions. Choose the correct region of your game.

    These flashcart manufacturers pretty much has NDS games performance down pact. All the NDS games I have loaded, booted up perfectly without a problem. Load time was quick as well. Download play was iffy a couple months back but now, these manufacturers have no problem and games run perfectly.

    Whats great about these flashcarts is the ability to play homebrew games. Homebrew games are applications made by amateur developers. There are applications such as games, PDF applications, calculators, music/video players and many more. These are stuff that normal developers/publishers wouldnt release but are useful to average gamers.

    TTDS supports automatic DLDI patching. DLDI allows people to patch homebrew files in order for it to work on a flashcart. It is pretty much found on all newly released flashcarts as it is a standard feature. Without DLDI patching, homebrew would not work on certain cards and developers would need to release different versions of their app to work specifically with that flashcart. DLDI will do all the work.

    Conclusion : Overall, the NeoFlash Top Toy DS TTDS is another flashcart on the market. It supports the new microSD SDHC flawlessly. What is nice about the TTDS is that it can also load R4DS game saves and cheats. TTDS works great but like all other NeoFlash flashcarts, the menu and OS isnt the prettiest of them all. But so as long it does the job well...who cares?

    Please note that none of the "upgrade" products listed in this site are endorsed by Nintendo, Sony and/or Microsoft. DCEmu Reviews and DCEmu Network does not condone piracy. The primary functions of a "modchip" and/or "flashcart" are to allow you to play imported games and homebrew software that you legally own or simply just for experimenting with hardware. We in no way endorse piracy, and encourage all users to do the right thing and support the developers/manufacturers that support them. We do not take any responsibilities for any use outside of these parameters or where the use of such a device is illegal.

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    Cool but mine was $25.96 (USD; free shipping) why are selling a pastic card for so much? OH if your wondering the card is made by the same people from R4DS

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    Quote Originally Posted by EliteKiller234 View Post
    Cool but mine was $25.96 (USD; free shipping) why are selling a pastic card for so much? OH if your wondering the card is made by the same people from R4DS
    Ummmm...wrong. This card is not made by the same people from R4DS
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    can either ttds or R4 play gba dumps or do they need something extra? (im not asking how to get them running or where to get them, just asking if they can, so i dont think im violating the rules but if i am just say the word and this post will go bye-bye)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamentofking View Post
    can either ttds or R4 play gba dumps or do they need something extra? (im not asking how to get them running or where to get them, just asking if they can, so i dont think im violating the rules but if i am just say the word and this post will go bye-bye)
    You need GBA cart in order to play GBA games.
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