Recommended mode for putting GBA games on M3 Lite?

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  1. Hammyface
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    I just got an M3 Lite and wanted to know the recommended way to put GBA games on it for the most compatibility. Drag and drop? The M3 Game Manager? If so, what mode? Soft patch? Hardware support 1? Hardware support 2? Is real time saver glitchy at all? Also is there any way to get the classic NES games to work on it?

    Also, I have NO plans to run DS games off of it. Is there a way to have it automatically always boot to GBA mode? It's kinda annoying to boot to DS mode then have to restart every time.

    Thanks!
     
  2. jimminy_kriket

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    I think just dragging and dropping should be fine, test it out, see how it goes and if you have problems try the game manager. As for booting in gba mode, i found that kinda funny, all you have to do is take out your passme.......unless youve flashed your ds of course.
     
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    Okay so no way to autoboot to GBA mode? And no way to get the classic NES games to work?
     
  4. MaHe

    MaHe one lazy schmo

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    No and no. Unfortunately ...
     
  5. jimminy_kriket

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    isnt there emulators for nes games?
     
  6. fischju_original

    fischju_original I used to be a jerk before i got banned

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    doesnt it play nes games natively? i know the supercard does
     
  7. Empyre

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    Yes it does.

    Just transfer the nes roms using the game manager