EZ V 3 in 1 + SuperCard DS One = ???

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Jul 31, 2008
  1. JohnnyCheeks
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    I just recently got a SCDS1 (and loving it, seeing as how I was using a SuperKey+SCLite combo for a year before that), and I am currently pondering on buying THIS.

    The GBA compatibility and rumble features alone are good selling points. But does this device work with the DS1? If so, how does it interface with it? Via the DS1 menu, or external software, etc?

    If it doesn't work, are there any other similar products that do the trick?

    Thanks in advance! [​IMG]
     
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    Member Searinox Just a taste~ ;3

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    Pretty much any slot1 device works with the 3in1 I'm surprised if one didn't. I have both and they work.
     
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    Works like a charm [​IMG]

    You have to use GBA ExpLoader, but it's pretty straightforward, does GBA autopatching and lets you access the rumble and RAM functions of the 3-in-1, so it's a good piece of software to have on your card [​IMG]
     
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    Awesome. Thanks for the quick replies. TIME TO SHOP! [​IMG]
     
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    I have both too, they work fine but I have to run GBA ExpLoader every time I want to use the rumble and RAM (not GBA).
     

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