SMC Tip

Discussion in 'General talk' started by reeced, Nov 3, 2003.

  1. reeced

    reeced Member

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    Those of you who are continually swapping SMCs between GP32, card reader or whatever, and don't have guitar-pickin' fingernails might like to try this:-
    Superglue a 4mm wide strip of thin plastic to the top end (plain side) of the SMC.
    Makes it so much easier , and you can even colour code your SMCs.
     
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  2. Jorg

    Jorg Still Fresh

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    neat, but i have no trouble removing SMC's from my gp...
     
  3. Racemaniac

    Racemaniac Scorched GP programmer

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    i found a better way:
    just put two fingers on the back of the smc (it's exposed when in the gp32) that way you can make enough friction to easily remove the smc without needing super fingernails :)
     
  4. Steve-O

    Steve-O Very Active Member

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    thats what I do as well :D lol
     
  5. extremegamer

    extremegamer Guest

    I sneak up behind my GP32...yell BOOOOOOOOOOO and scare the smc outta it. :p
     
  6. DoberMann

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    :D LOOOOOOOOL :D
     
  7. Dozer

    Dozer Efram the retarded rabbit

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    An idea that i thought of that iv started doin (nothin 2 do with takin out the smc but anyway) is to make up your perfect smc for the different things u use it for. Like a nintendo one, or a simpsons one, or a mixed one etc and then copy all the files onto ur pc so you can easily just pasted everthin across each time u feel like a change. Worth it if u only have 1 or 2 smcs i think. B)
     

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