M3 GBA Expansion Pack

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  1. Nerioe
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    I have a DS and a GBA Micro, and was searching around for a good GBA flashcart (I have M3 Real for my DS). I want to be able to use my GBA flashcart in my DS for some occasions, and after some searching found the expansion pack that M3 makes for the M3 I have.

    On the website I am planning to buy from it says:

    What's included:

    1 x GBA Expansion Pack (black lite sized)

    1 x white lite sized case

    1 x GBA sized case


    which leads me to believe that this will not only work to play GBA games on my DS, but it will also fit and work in a regular GBA.

    I was wondering if anyone here has any experience with this.
     
  2. Advi

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    Umm.........no. It won't.
     
  3. Nerioe
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    Yeah, the moment I hit post I realized the regular GBA case was for the DS phat. >
     
  4. Advi

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    That and the fact you'll essentially be putting a blank cart into a GBA.
     
  5. Nerioe
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    Not thinking properly tonight.

    Edit: might buy an M3 lite and the GBA expansion pack for the GBA sized case.
     
  6. how_do_i_do_that

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    M3 GEP uses SDRAM, you can flash all you like, doesn't mean your going to be able to play on a GBA/SP/micro.
     
  7. TM2-Megatron

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    The EZ-Flash IV is the cheapest solution for a GBA cart, right now. It doesn't have real-time-clock, but other than that it's fine.
     
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