how to Multiboot (Ez flash omega)

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Hi everyone.
I've just received an Ez flash omega. I have 2 GBA SP, and wanna play multiple player.
I also highlighted "DIRECT BOOT" then pressed "L + A" to launch the game with BIOS loaded. But it didn't work.
Please tell me how to active Multiboot mode.
If you have instruction video please give me.
Thank you so much!
 

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The ends should be labeled numerically. The host, player 1, should have the '1' end inserted into the 1st GBA. Boot the game from the cartridge, and head to the multiplayer lobby.

The client, player 2, should have the '2' end inserted into the 2nd GBA. Boot the 2nd GBA without a cartridge. Once the 'Nintendo' logo chimes, it will enter multiboot mode.

Also, even though the link cable is for GBA, it might only work with GB/GBC games.

What is the title of your game, and what is the file's CRC32 hash?
 
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The ends should be labeled numerically. The host, player 1, should have the '1' end inserted into the 1st GBA. Boot the game from the cartridge, and head to the multiplayer lobby.

The client, player 2, should have the '2' end inserted into the 2nd GBA. Boot the 2nd GBA without a cartridge. Once the 'Nintendo' logo chimes, it will enter multiboot mode.

Also, even though the link cable is for GBA, it might only work with GB/GBC games.
oh i see. Thank you very much. So what kinds of link cable do i need to get ? :((
 

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The ends should be labeled numerically. The host, player 1, should have the '1' end inserted into the 1st GBA. Boot the game from the cartridge, and head to the multiplayer lobby.

The client, player 2, should have the '2' end inserted into the 2nd GBA. Boot the 2nd GBA without a cartridge. Once the 'Nintendo' logo chimes, it will enter multiboot mode.

Also, even though the link cable is for GBA, it might only work with GB/GBC games.
It won't work for gb/gbc
 

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The ends should be labeled numerically. The host, player 1, should have the '1' end inserted into the 1st GBA. Boot the game from the cartridge, and head to the multiplayer lobby.

The client, player 2, should have the '2' end inserted into the 2nd GBA. Boot the 2nd GBA without a cartridge. Once the 'Nintendo' logo chimes, it will enter multiboot mode.

Also, even though the link cable is for GBA, it might only work with GB/GBC games.

What is the title of your game, and what is the file's CRC32 hash?
this game is Justice League - Chronicles, But i don't know how to get CRC32 hash :<
 

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The hash would show if the file is altered/corrupted. In this case, how ever, the Omega flash cart runs GB/GBC games in an emulator. The Goomba emulator does not allow multiplayer. You would need another flash cart to do what you want.

Hmm. Justice League - Chronicles is a GBA game. There shouldn't be a problem. I'm assuming the cords are the issue. I'll try to reproduce it on my Omega.
 
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The hash would show if the file is altered/corrupted. In this case, how ever, the Omega flash cart runs GB/GBC games in an emulator. The Goomba emulator does not allow multiplayer. You would need another flash cart to do what you want.

Hmm. Justice League - Chronicles is a GBA game. There shouldn't be a problem. I'm assuming the cords are the issue. I'll try to reproduce it on my Omega.
i got it. Thank you
 
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