Alright folks, I've known a few people (including myself) who use the actually pretty excellent R4 clone, R4-III, and are having some problems getting the cheats to work. Edit: Before you do any of this, though, make sure to replace the Cheat.Dat file in the _system_ folder with the latest one found here: www.cheats.gbatemp.net. Always check for updates as well, and always repeat the following process after updating. Narin's signature holds the latest update, and he has generously posted below. No, I'm not talking about not having the cheats button show up, that can be fixed with correct configuration of the cheats file. What I AM talking about, however, is the cheats seeming to automatically "reset" themselves to default (I.E. nothing turned on) setting. I am unsure if the source of this problem lies with the card or the R4-III firmware. What I am sure of, however, is that something is not letting you modify the CHEAT.DAT file to have a code enabled, and therefore working in a game. To fix this, you need the R4CCE (R4 Cheat Code Editor), a program that lets you create and modify the Cheat.Dat file. (You can find how to set this up in other topics.) Open the R4CCE, and click on File, then "Open...". Find the Cheat.Dat folder that you are currently using in your R4-III. When the Cheat.dat opens, find the game, folder, and cheat you wish to activate. On the right hand side of the screen, after you've clicked on the code you wish to activate, click "Enable Code". This will do what your R4-III cannot; change the Cheat.dat file to have the code enabled. Click "Save". Do not change the name of the Cheat.dat folder. Put your MicroSD card back in your R4-III, and play. P.S. If anyone can confirm that they can change their codes to "on" using the Save&Exit button in the R4-III, I can deduce whether this is a firmware issue or a hardware issue. Oh, and sticky requested.