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You need to be able to boot homebrew, so yes. Exploitable game with modified saves, AR/SD Media Launcher, or modchip.
This can be useful for SD...
Wow, that was ages ago. It was my favorite DS ROM manager back then and I appreciated the updates from you. It's good to hear from you after your...
Not sure what you're asking, you got the gist of it. The FTDL chip is responsible for USB communication to PC and CPLD. The CPLD contains the...
Snes station isn't open source. There's been a few mods of it though.
Looks like a a user who goes by pinguinoctis has this option....
MK-II has optical and analog out, if you don't care about them then it doesn't matter.
So is this a port, not a remaster? Sorry.. didn't read, just skimmed it.
I'm not sure about video output. You will need 53.693175MHz (3.579545Mhz*15) for NTSC, but I do not know if replacing the crystal is the only...
Have you seen the gc-forever wiki?
You can use alternate point like one shown here:...
Yes, that is the crystal oscillator, do not remove that.
I believe it is responsible for the video output frequency subcarrier. According to...
Does t load with swap trick?
Try holding reset for 3(?) seconds
That would be ideal IMO for disc backups. BIOS chip replacement would require soldering and might be hard if you have not done smd work before.
There is newer chip Phantom Universal developed/tested by a few members over at assemblergames. I bought one of those about a year back, it's...
For simplicity, get a NAS drive
There is a patched codebreaker to load ELF files instead of discs.
Have it load ESR after selecting your codes, and ESR will boot your backup
Did a quick search on eBay and I see one ~$21 from china
Super Methane Bros. port
Sounds like OP wanted direct booting of imported games.
I'm unfortunately located in the US, shipping cost probably not be worth it.
Why not simply run the system through a power inverter?