Moonshell 1.3 won't load in GBA

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May 9, 2010

Moonshell 1.3 won't load in GBA by JackD at 2:08 AM (1,184 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. JackD
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    I uploaded Moonshell 1.3 to my Ez-Flash IV via SD card and when i go to open it. It loads to 103% and then just goes to blank screen wich i can't return from. Any suggestions would help. I've been looking everywhere.
     
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    I also just tryed to upload MusicPlayer Advanced V2 and it didn't work as well. :/
     
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    Is there a thread about mplayer adv 2??? Still no luck getting it to run...
     
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    You can only use moonshell from the slot2 if it is in a DS or a DS lite only. Using it in a GBA doesn't work.
     
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    What about mplayer advanced? and it said that moonshell was compatible with eaz4 advanced flash cart?
     
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    I did manage to get it on my SD card, but I couldn't do it through the client. It would crash every time I tried to export it. And it crashes my gameboy every time I try to run it via flash cart. The error when my gameboy crashes is something like save file error/.sav/ or something... So i figured its crashing because I can't get a save file for it because i can't run it through the client. Or I was also wondering if the media player was even compatible with my flash cart, the client, or the firmware on my flash cart.

    Link to MusicPlayer Advanced V2
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=4562

    Currently using

    EZ4Client pack 5th February 2009

    Regular GBA original (The good one)

    Ez-Flash IV

    Link to Flash-Cart
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=32250

    Thanks much if anyone is familiar with Mplayer I could really use the help

    Also new to my flash cart all together...
     
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    For MusicPlayer Advance:
    Read the text file before you ask questions. It says to use the MPAWRITE.EXE to insert songs.


    For Moonshell:
    Using moonshell from a slot2 is in passme mode for a DS and DS lite ONLY. IT DOESN'T WORK IF YOUR TRYING TO RUN IT IN A GBA, GBA SP OR A MICRO.

    What part of Moonshell is not for GBA do you not understand.




    Learn to use the edit button..
     
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    Uh i did read the readme... what the point of uploading songs when i can't get the song player to run... thats the issue
     
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    Are you reading every other word? The program attaches the song to the MPLAYERA.GBA file. That is how it plays your song. Read the text file again, since it doesn't seem to sink in until the 5th time.

    Your on your own.
     
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    I found MusicPlayerAdvance to be rather awkward to convert songs for. I'd recommend trying GBA GSM Player instead, unless you *must* have stereo sound or something. With GSM Player, you'll need to use a program like Audacity or Wavepad to batch convert your files to high-quality WAVE files first, but after that you just copy them to the "WAVs" folder and run the "go.bat" file to process everything automatically. After it's done, you can delete the wave files so they don't take up so much space and just keep the GSM files handy if you happen to need them in the future.
     
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    Nice thread,i agree it .coz every moonshel is adapt to the pointed one
     

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