I wonder if your Nintendo DS obsessed teenager has? It’s essentially a tool for loading software onto the DS. That by itself is no big deal. I can think of a lot of perfectly legitimate reasons why the enterprising geek teen would want to load 3rd party software onto a DS.
However, I suspect that the primary use for the R4 chip will be to load pirated software on to the DS. If you know where to look, you can find a free copy of just about any video game on the Internet. However, loading those games onto the DS has not been an easy task, until now.
contributed by COD for ParentalTech.com