Real DS game detect a GBA flash cart?

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May 13, 2007
  1. DeMoN
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    Is this possible with an X-rom? I sold all my real GBA Pokemon games and now I want to access Pal Park with Diamond but I can't get it work yet.
     
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    nope it cant read it.
     
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    Then what's the best "Old Flashcart" that can be readable by Pokemon Diamond/Pearl for example. (So good for the other GBA-Linkage Games)

    (Not have loader, and compatible?)
     
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    None of the older flash cards work for pal park transfer that I'm aware of, neither do most of the newer ones. EZ V in 1 is rumored to work, but I don't know that I've seen that confirmed. Your best bet is to check around used game stores and find an used copy of Ruby/Sapphire/Fire Red/Leaf Green or Emerald.
     
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    I think the main problem is it tries to read from the Flash memory which no cards have, the 3 in 1 only works with the EZ5 as it can be set to fake it (or patch it).

    If it is just a game (like advance wars) then most older carts should work (my EZ2 certainly does), to this end I suggest ripping a save and using a GBA slot cart that supports GBA linkup features.
     
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    Okay, thanks! [​IMG]
     
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    > If it is just a game (like advance wars) then most older carts should work
    > (my EZ2 certainly does), to this end I suggest ripping a save and using a
    > GBA slot cart that supports GBA linkup features.

    Not quite sure I understand all this, but which GBA slot carts would you recommend?

    Thank you.
     
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    I used to play on my FlashAdvance cart.
    The deal is: as long as the cart doesn't have a menu to loead multiple games, you are good to go.

    I think the EZV 3in1 cart will work that way.
     

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