Please recommend a flashcart to suit my needs!

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Mar 1, 2009
  1. Skye
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    Hey all, I'm looking for a recommendation for a flash cart for my GBA Micro. I used to have a F2AU a few years ago, then I got an M3, but I was disappointed with the GUI & load times.

    I'm looking for a flash card with:
    - High / perfect / the best compatibility
    - microSDHC support (at least 8-16GB)
    - No RTC (don't want to have to deal with expiring batteries)
    - A nice GUI
    - Fast loading for GBA ROMs
    - Any other extra features you might think are a bonus

    Price isn't an issue. Thanks for your help! [​IMG]
     
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    Member how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    search button is in the menu, use it. There are already several thousand with the same damn question you just asked even if it was asked differently.
     
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  4. Skye
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    Cheers Satangel. [​IMG]
     
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    you asked the question when GBA support even by those that make flashcarts have nearly all but left. several of your requirements are unrealistic, like microSDHC. Even the EZ4 has only read support ONLY for SDHC, which limits you to 2GB max for normal game play.
     
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    This is completely off-topic, but if you happen to still have your F2A USB cable, you can do some cool stuff with it. Namely, you can turn it into a USB joypad for your computer as I demonstrate here. I can provide a link to the program itself if you're interested.
     
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    I sold the 2 cables I had to a nieghbor and I am still keeping the standalone cart reader.
     
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    Member DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    I was kinda referring to Skye there, but alright then...
     

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