Can someone test some trained GBA ROMs on M3 Lite?

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by jelbo, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. jelbo

    jelbo Ōkami!

    Sep 12, 2003
    I made the same topic in the EZ-Flash section, because I want to find out which one is better for me. So yeah, here it is:

    I'm thinking to buy an M3 Lite (or EZ-Flash IV Deluxe) (I'm fine with 2nd hand too) for just the GBA features. I do, however, want to make use of trained ROMs (yeah, I'm that lame). I have owned a G6 Lite before, and trained ROMs crashed nearly all the time, didn't even get past the intro. How's the M3 Lite performing regarding this?

    /edit: GBA ROM compatibility should be the same on all M3 Perfect models, so people with an M3 CF or SD can help out too [​IMG]

    Please test some trainers for me. No Frills has quite a big archive of them. Patching can be done with GBATA or your favorite .ips patcher.

    Some trainers I'm particularly interested in:

    Super Mario Ball
    Drill Dozer
    Dragonball Advanced Adventure
    Mario vs Donkey Kong
    Super Mario Advance 4

    Thanks in advance! [​IMG]
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