I've started using my Game Boy Micro again for GBA shenanigans and I bought an EZ4 flashcart for it. It's one of the models that doesn't have a rechargeable battery, which is fine. I was thinking about replacing the battery with a capacitor when the battery dies, if I still have a need for it. Has anyone tried this and does enough power pass through from the Micro in this version of the EZ4 to charge it? Normally, I'm fine with replacing batteries in cartridges, but I don't really see a need to have anything that holds a charge for long in the EZ4 since I just turn off my Micro then turn it immediately back on to save. I figured, in the long run, this would be a better solution for me.