GBA Micro - best flash cart for GBA/NES emulation

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by LeTep, Aug 27, 2008.

Aug 27, 2008
  1. LeTep
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    Newcomer LeTep Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I have a Famicon edition micro on its way, and although I have some GBA games, I'd like to get a flash cart to run GBA and NES emulation.

    What is the best flash cart for the Micro?

    I own an M3 Lite for my DS, and thought I could use that but it's impossible to find a GBA style shell to switch out the guts with.

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. CheatingSoi

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    Actually I just created a topic but this one seems to work for me too. I was wondering if the Elink supports homebrew. Because I really want Emulators.
     
  3. Rob_Threat

    Member Rob_Threat GBAtemp Regular

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    I agree. Find a GBA sized M3Lite shell.

    There isn't a better GBA solution than M3Perfect. I have one for each of mine. [​IMG]

    You might try emailing RealHotStuff if Kick is out. I bought one from him last year (I had a very early M3Lite that only came with DSlite sized shells).

    As a last resort, you could also buy the GBA sized case for the M3Real Slot2 GBA/RAM cart, and use a razor to cut out a microSD slot. The GBA expansion has a M3Lite sized/shaped board, and M3Lite cases fit it so... all you need is a way get your microSD in and out.

    Good luck.
     
  4. l0c4lh0st

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    Hi Rob,

    Do you have the e-mail address of Kick RealHotStuff?

    Thanks!
     

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