Slot 2 devices ... Help!

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Sep 22, 2007

Slot 2 devices ... Help! by ck472006 at 2:21 AM (1,472 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. ck472006
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    I am currently using R4DS. I am interested in GBA roms and also rumble for DS games. But i don't know if there is any Slot-2 flash card that support GBA roms and Rumble.
    If there is, could you please tell is the flash call and where to buy one.

    Thanks in advance....
     
  2. jgu1994

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    Are there any other device beside Ezflash 3in 1 Expansion pack.
     
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    Maybe off-topic, but... I've been trying to get a straight answer for quite some time online (Google is not helpful in this case). Do any flash carts support 128KB save files on commercial GBA roms?

    I believe Pokemon Firered/Leafgreen/Emerald and F-Zero Climax require it to save, rather than the far more common 64KB type.
     
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    If Rudolph's Tool counts, then the 3in1 does
     
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    If yo want a combination of rumble and GBA support, the EZ5 Expansion Pack is probably your best/only bet. Otherwise, cheaper alternatives that are not 2 in 1 solutions are the Ewin Rumble Pack and some EZ Flash GBA Flashcart (their compatibility for GBA is amazing)
     
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    If you don't want an EZ Flash 3 in 1 because you have a phat ds you can buy a GBA cart sized version of it from http://www.bamboogaming.com
     
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    Damnit now I am stuck. Which is better? EZ-Flash 3-in-1 or M3 Lite Pro? Both are good with R4 and have GBA support and stuff, but which one to get?

    I AM SO CONFUSED!!!! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  10. Urza

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    The M3 Lite Pro costs twice as much as the EZF3in1, and doesn't offer rumble.
     
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    Oh. In that case, I'm getting the EZF3-in-1. [​IMG]
     
  12. DanTheManMS

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    Also the M3 Pro only has support for GBA games up to 4 MB in size. The M3 Perfect costs more but supports games up to 32 MB (64 MB cartridges exist but I don't think they've been dumped, and they're only used for longer GBA Video carts).
     
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    Kingdom Hearts:CoM is 64mb.

    Also, I'm pretty sure the GBA video cartridges have been dumped.
     
  14. madlobster

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    No, Kingdom Hearts is 32mb. And the 64mb GBA videos have not been dumped yet.
     

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