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The storage device either contains flash memory or a slot for a memory card to store homebrew.Storage devices with a memory-card slot usually have more storage capacity than flash-memory devices.Most homebrew encounters difficulty writing to SD cards; the more complex and proprietary protocols used with SD were reverse engineered later than the well-known CF protocol.The Super Card has full support for booting DS game backups (no problems with saving or booting, a cheat system and rumble support); however, the Super Card only has partial support for DS Download (some games freeze on loading).
Since there were many types of flash cartridges (each with its own method for writing to the flash ROM), most homebrew programs only supported saving to the included 64 Ki B of SRAM intended for game-saving.
Nintendo DS and 3DS storage devices are used to store a licensed developer's work-in-progress images, homebrew video games, and downloaded commercial games (since the Nintendo DS is not sold with a rewritable storage medium).
Licensed developers, however, can use a blue Intelligent Systems Nitro Emulator box to flash cards.
Variations on these devices have been released, such as Super Card Rumble and M3 Pro.
Some feature a smaller size, which better fits the DS Lite to a reduction of the built-in RAM.Its low price and simple design make it suitable for DS homebrew.