Is EZ Flash 3 in 1 compatible with GBA SP?

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  1. Killer Phantom
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    I'm talking about this version.

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    Also, if it's compatible, is it possible to link NOR-Flashed Pokemon games with Gamecube Pokemon games via GBA-GC cable? Thanks a bunch.
     
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    you still need a DS lite to flash games to the 3in1 NOR.

    NO, if the game doesn't support GBA linking in the first place.
     
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    How's it going to fit in your SP? -- it's a Lite cart... :scratches head:
     
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    Did they make a version for the DS Phat? If so, you could probably fit it in an SP maybe. Not the version from the picture you showed though. That'll only fit in a DS Lite. But you do need the DS still to be able to write a GBA rom to it. I've no clue about how GBA-GC linking would work with one of those.
     
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    They made one for the Phat when it came out. it is not made anymore because the phat DS is not in production anymore.

    RHS still sells them if you need it:
    http://www.realhotstuff.com/expansion-pack-size-p-212.html

    you can also follow the 3in1 link in my sig to see what the PCB looks like.
     
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    Here is a page with some gba compatible carts that can be fully programmed using only a pc and a gba advance. A special cable links the usb port of the pc with the link port of the gameboy advance. They are however somewhat expensive.



    http://www.ic2005.com/shop/home.php?cat=1
     
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    You can try using it on a GBA micro I think it will fit but first you have to load the game in memory and use like a normal game.
     
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    it will work if the game is loaded into the NOR. you just have to find a way to get it into the GBA SP

    here is a video working will all gba versions
     
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    So I pretty much only lack the ability to put it into any GBA that can connect to GC.

    I already have DS Lite, so it isn't much problem for me to flash 'em to NOR.

    I guess I have the last resort, are GBA Pokemon games compatible with Colosseum/XD if linked via GBA Flash Cart such as SuperCard, etc.? I have SuperCard that is compatible with GBA/GBA SP, so I guess that might be the only way. But I lack the means to test it until I find my GBA so I'd like to know.
     

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