RocketLauncher for the Nintendo DSi will soon with Retail Cartridges

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By GaryOPA on Jul 2, 2017 at 9:15 PM
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    The first new exploit for the now Retro DSi handheld in a decade and one that finally unlocks the ARM7 security processor!
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    Since we first posted about RocketLauncher earlier this month, 'Apache Thunder' has released a new video showing that once it is finally released it will be fully compatible with retail cartridges which is good news as new DSiWare game exploit is also in the works now, which means soon we be able to combine the two to be able to downgrade our non-supported DSi's easier to be able support this first new exploit on the DSi in over a decade.
    No ETA on when there will be a release, but like upcoming MagnetPWN release for the newer 3DS family this will require older DS flashcarts that are firmware upgradable, so once the list is out, except prices to skyrocket! :)

    NEWS SOURCE: Announcing RocketLauncher (via) GBATemp
     
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      Since we first posted about RocketLauncher earlier this month, 'Apache Thunder' has released a new video showing that once it is finally released it will be fully compatible with retail cartridges which is good news as new DSiWare game exploit is also in the works now, which means soon we be able to combine the two to be able to downgrade our non-supported DSi's easier to be able support this first new exploit on the DSi in over a decade.
       

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