GBA flash question

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by Geezuzkhrist119, Aug 5, 2008.

Aug 5, 2008

GBA flash question by Geezuzkhrist119 at 8:23 PM (1,225 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. Geezuzkhrist119
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    im trying to figure out what GBA flash cart to get. im not looking for the one for the ds, just the one for the GBA

    what would be the best cart?
    will it work with the gamecube gba game player?
     
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    search button is in the upper right side of the menu. USE IT. time for you to do some reading.
     
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    I don't think any GBA flash carts work with the GameCube GBA player... but I haven't researched any in a long time...

    If your looking for a good GBA cart that's compatable with ALL games, the XROM 512 is perfect. has the RTC for pokemon, and a semi fast flashing time.
     
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    i was looking through the forum (i would like to thank mr dickhead above for the friendly suggestion) and were reading some of the threads accouple said they are compatible with the gba player

    thanks for the help
     
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    GBA flashcarts work just fine with the GC GBA Player.

    Here are some carts to look into: EZ-Flash IV, M3 Perfect miniSD, X-Rom 512 and Elink. The M3 and the X-Rom have a clock so your pokeymen can tell what time it is. The M3 and the Elink have real time saves (I'm not sure if the X-Rom has this, but probably not). The EZ-Flash IV and the Elink are fairly cheap, the others aren't.

    Make sure whatever flashcart you get will fit a GBA. GBA carts designed for the DS Lite won't fit.
     
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    im not looking for a cart meant for the dsl
    i guess i should go with the ez flash cart. the ez flash cart for the ds r good so im guessing the gba carts r good too
     
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    REGULAR SIZED works.

    We read the SAME
    question from everybody a couple hundred times a day, and you wonder why some of us are like this most of the day.
     
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    If you can't be helpful, or at least reasonably polite, don't post.
     
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    exactly
    if i was being a dick, i would say be a dick back. but i wasnt be a dick so that makes that guy a douche bag.
     

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