Best U-Disk Flash Card

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by bubblejoe, Jun 21, 2007.

Jun 21, 2007

Best U-Disk Flash Card by bubblejoe at 1:26 AM (853 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. bubblejoe
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    Newcomer bubblejoe Member

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    I'm looking for the best flash card for my GB micro.
    It should be U-Disk or using storage card cause I want to be able to use it on any OS.
    It should support unpatched roms and every GBA save type.
    It don't want to use any client software (to transfer games to the card or to patch them).

    Does a card like this even exists?
    The closest to what I ma looking for seems to be the EFA-Linker II (but it doesn't support EEPROM saves).
     
  2. W hat

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    As far as I know, all GBA flashcards require patching via a client.
     
  3. Dirtie

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    Incorrect - most of the 'recent' GBA carts support clean roms just fine.

    My recommendation: EZ-Flash 4 (mini/micro SD) - you can copy roms straight on to the card without running them through the client. I haven't run into any compatibility issues using this method, but I could of course be incorrect. An easy way to tell would be to download the client, run a bunch of GBA roms through it (setting a folder on your hard drive as the target) and see if the CRCs match up to trimmed versions of the originals (since the client automatically trims roms).

    Does the EZ-Flash III require the client to be able to copy roms across? I can't remember [​IMG]
     

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