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Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by Tac 21, Aug 12, 2009.
and instructions on how to use it?
thanks, just wanna see if my cart is up to date
The online update merely pulls the latest xcode database from the server to the machine, while I do not think the domain has changed the site has been redone and I am not sure it even works anymore and it is hardcoded into app if memory serves.
Still grab this file
Replace the old file with that one and any you will be as up to date as any online update ever was.
Xcode is used in adding cheats, soft reset, instant save and the like to the EZ1,2,3,4 and depending on how you work it 3 in 1.
you mean... xcode adds capabilities of cheats and such? not the actual features?
Cheers for that. I still use my EZ-Flash III regularly in my GameBoy Micro. Best GBA flashcard ever
No problem opium, I should not that the file linked was made over a year ago but it is not like there has been a lot of GBA games released.
Edit: wait I just realised that is an old version (PM sent as well), I had already upped the newest version to the downloads section:
US forums thread:
It is up to Yggdra Union so I am afraid those who desire things for Pixeline i Pixieland and the handful of Japanese releases with higher version numbers will have to find other ways.
@Tac 21 the EZTeam decided not to release the format (it is/was still used for the 3 in 1 which is still current) and it is not a plain format (disassembly of the PC side app is about the only way and my PC reverse engineering skills are a bit lacking) but think of it as a list of addresses/hooks for games where cheats and the extra code needed are stored.