gbSP (Kai) question?

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Oct 13, 2011

gbSP (Kai) question? by Bowser-jr at 3:28 AM (2,043 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Bowser-jr
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    Question, does this have an internal clock function? I know that the Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald use Internal Clock batteries. I’m just wondering if there a setting in the gbSP Emulator that allows use to use the real time clock of the PSP. Also, does the gbSP have multi-player functionality? I heard that it was in development.
     
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    That would be amazing. I think this homebrew got abandoned. I wish someone would pick it up again.
     
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    No multiplayer function im afraid -_- . I asked around the forums about a week back. Apperntly the GBA's link cable is extremely hard to code/emulate (well, this is what people are telling me.)
    But im with you dude, i really hope some one cracks it soon. The demand for it is pretty big, i mean who doesnt wanna trade there favouirte pokemanz to there friends via psp . It would be AWESOME
     
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    It doesn't say anything about the internal battery being dry, so I'm guessing the internal clock does work.
     
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    okay, thanks; I'll probably do a small test or something to see if the clock does change.
     

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