Anyway to delete game frmo EZ-Flash 3-in-1

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Feb 20, 2009
  1. Splych
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    Member Splych GBAtemp's Lurker

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    This has been an issue, and it simply won't disappear. I have an EZ-Flash 3-in-1 expansion pack. Not that phat, or the +, just the old one.

    It has a game on it, and I have no idea on how to delete it ><

    I am too lazy to scan through all the threads since I am in a rush actually. So, anyone know how to do this? Delete a game off of the EZ-Flash 3-in-1. Since now, it is like any other GBA Game and now it can be read from the DS's interface. And I don't want it to be their forever [​IMG]
     
  2. moyemeni03

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    you can take out the memory card from he ez flash and delete the file from the computer.
    and then when u put it in the ezflashV it wont be there. i hope so =)
     
  3. Splych
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    Mhm... Empanada. They are good ^^

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    My EZ-Flash 3-in-1 doesn't have a memory card slot... Only my AceKard 2.1 does.
     
  4. ssjkakaroto

    Newcomer ssjkakaroto Advanced Member

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    With AKAIO you have an option to delete the NOR.
     
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    Member yikkyon GBAtemp Regular

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    Wasn't there a program that deletes it for you?
    I think it was called NOR eraser?
    Check the downloads section...


    BTW It's a .nds file...
     
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    Use rudolps GBA_Exploader tool, and select overwrite game
     

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