Homebrew GBA Emulator?

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Hey all,

I can't seem to find any GBA emulators for the 3DS, Power wise we should be in the ok region to emulate GBA. I know there are some strange methods with the DS flashcarts but aren't there any .cia's or .3ds(x) homebrew versions out there? for the 3DS and not NDS..
 

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Hey all,

I can't seem to find any GBA emulators for the 3DS, Power wise we should be in the ok region to emulate GBA. I know there are some strange methods with the DS flashcarts but aren't there any .cia's or .3ds(x) homebrew versions out there? for the 3DS and not NDS..

There's CitrAGB which I ported from gpsp, but the main issue right now which is lagging it is icache flushing. It actually runs at decent speeds in 3dmoo if the cache flushing isn't there (and not counting in lag from 3dmoo's interpreter).
 
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There's CitrAGB which I ported from gpsp, but the main issue right now which is lagging it is icache flushing. It actually runs at decent speeds in 3dmoo if the cache flushing isn't there (and not counting in lag from 3dmoo's interpreter).

Ah thanks, Then I'll wait till the problems are fixed, I'm not going to use it for pokemon games but for more action paced games.. Lagg is a severe killer then (Super Mario World Advance 2) for example..
 
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Shutterbug may have accomplished injecting ROMs into the Virtual Console, which would be nice because we could run our ROMs in a pseudo-native way. I asked if it was possible with Yifan's spider3DStools through ARM11, and he started working on it.
 
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Shutterbug may have accomplished injecting ROMs into the Virtual Console, which would be nice because we could run our ROMs in a pseudo-native way. I asked if it was possible with Yifan's spider3DStools through ARM11, and he started working on it.


GBA VC games run in AGB_FIRM, and you can't background them to perform memory editing with spider ROP.
 

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I'd be curious in the Different Emulators that are available for the R4I card, does anyone know of a good NDS based emulator that runs on a 3DS? and if so is it still being updated?
 

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