Best GBA FlashCart?!

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by gettogaara, Aug 14, 2009.

  1. gettogaara
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    gettogaara GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Well I heard many good things about the EZ-Flash IV and am tempted to buy it but I just wanted to know if it is still the best since I talked about it around 4 months ago or so. If it is'nt the best then what is?
     
  2. Kalisiin

    Kalisiin GBAtemp Fan

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    Matter of opinion.
    I use a supercard, and, once I figured out how to set it up (well, actually, since I found a topic here that took me step-by-step through setting it up, lol)
    Well, I think the Supercard is just fine.

    Matter of opinion, though. Each card has it's pro's and cons.

    One of the cons with a Supercard is that you don't get drag and drop convenience, you gotta patch your roms.
     
  3. gettogaara
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    gettogaara GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Wow so you have to patch every gba rom you download? That sort of sucks. I'm not sure but I don't think you have to do that with the EZFlash.
     
  4. PettingZoo

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    The EZFlash seem like a good idea, there are also the M3 Perfects/Lites which do the job just fine.
     
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    gettogaara GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    How much is an M3 Perfect,does it works on the dsi and play gba games??
     
  6. BoxShot

    BoxShot Chiyo-chan :3

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    >.> Are you an idiot? OF COURSE IT DOESN'T WORK ON THE DSI! It wouldn't be a gba flashcart if it didn't play gba games would it? ...... M3 Perfect is around $60 since they are discontinued. (if I'm thinking of the right cart)
     
  7. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    Take a DSi and look at it. Try to find exactly where you'd plug in a GBA flash cart. Exactly.
     
  8. Technik

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    Well if you took all the stuff inside a dsi put it in a ds lite. made a hole for the cameras and additional lights, I would stick it in the slot 2 (i) . DUH!

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] :yaydsi:
     
  9. numerics

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    What is the flashcart that works on a DSI 1.4 update? I accidentally updated mine and DSTTi does not work... [​IMG]
     
  10. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    Way to hijack the thread, but...

    So far, only the EZ-Flash Vi works with firmware 1.4. However, other teams are surely working on updates (at least for the carts that are upgradeable, which I'm not sure includes the DSTTi).
     
  11. gettogaara
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    gettogaara GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Guys,guys calm down I meant to put ds light I put dsi by accident. I even talked on a thread about why they did'nt put in a gba slot for the dsi,it was just a typo.
     
  12. toymin80r

    toymin80r GBAtemp Regular

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    I'd say go with the EZ Flash IV. The only problem i had was my files being corrupted every now and then, but that was because there was too many roms in the root directory (you gotta make sure you divide groups up into different folders)