Looking for a GBA Flash Card that works with an actual GBA

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by PSI Ground, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. PSI Ground
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    Questions

    * What one is best
    * How good is the AP compatibility stuff?
    * Would like one with Real-Time Clock
    * How about cheats?

    EDIT: What about GBC backwards on a Micro?
     
  2. Krestent

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    What AP? Unless I recall incorrectly, no GBA games had AP.
    Out of ones that are still available, I'd say the EZ-Flash IV. It has cheats. None of the ones with RTC are still available. GBC compatibility is achieved using an emulator.
     
  3. PSI Ground
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    Oh, none with Real-Time-Clock are? Shoot. That would probably mess with Boktai...


    Also, any patching programs for GBA roms? I want to use the Boktai games and patch them (3's English and all of their Solar Sensor patches).
     
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    I know Legacy Of Goku 2 had it, and that's off the top of my head. Most of it related to the save data.
     
  5. Ammako

    Ammako GBAtemp Guru

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    The best one?
    Easily the EFA-Linker.

    It supports every save file and has RTC.
    But if you do find one, make sure it is not the "Simple" version.
    The Simple version has no RTC, so that's not what you'd want.
     
  6. PSI Ground
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    Where could I buy a cart?
     
  7. defor

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    My comment on "New flashcard for GBA/Micro":
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?act=findpost&pid=2820969

    Sadly, only reasonable flashcard available on the market is EZ-Flash IV which has no RTC (real-time clock) and RTS (real-time save). Other from this, it's pretty decent card.
     
  8. sudeki300

    sudeki300 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    get a efa-linker best gba flash card by far. had mine years and still working never had a problem with it. good build quality and easy client software. does the job......................sudeki300
     
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    Sorry for bumping but


    Does that mean it can't save my games? I want to be able to save like a regular came cartridge