GBA Flashcarts

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by Wingz136, May 23, 2009.

May 23, 2009

GBA Flashcarts by Wingz136 at 8:39 PM (747 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. Wingz136
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    Newcomer Wingz136 Member

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    I realise there have already been many posts on this topic but since everyone wants different things from their flash cart I figured iId start a new topic.

    My Supercard mini SD has broken so I'm looking for a new flash cart for my GB Micro.

    I still have the mini sd card so one that uses a mini sd card would be good

    I'm not too fussed about rtc - the SC mini SD didn't have it, but it would be nice

    Soft reset and good computer software is important

    But the most important thing for me is quality and reliability.

    When you give your opinion, please don't base it on price, although if you could give a price estimate that would be great

    Links to retailers would be useful too

    All advice and suggestions are very much appreciated. Thank you in advance
     
  2. hartleyshc

    Member hartleyshc GBAtemp Regular

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    ezflash 4
    its cheap, plays everything full speed. no integrated emus, but those emus on the supercard are old and outdated now anyways.

    dealextreme still sells it, less than $30.
     
  3. Wingz136
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    Newcomer Wingz136 Member

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    thanks for the suggestion. just one question:

    is it good quality? have you heard of any that break?
     
  4. palestofwhite

    Newcomer palestofwhite Newbie

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    If you have some money to spare, get the M3 Perfect lite with an additional GBA shell for it. I bought it at the same time with the EFA-Linker II longcard. The EFA-Linker which I still couldn't get it to work, but the M3 works perfect. The software needs some figuring out though.
     

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