Super Card II DSTWO GB/GBC/DS Question

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  1. IRHP
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    I was loaned this item and it already has a GBA, SNES, NES, and DS emulator with some games installed. I wanted to get rid of some of them but don't know how to safely. Also, I was wondering if the GBA emulator will be able to run GB and GBC or if I need separate ones for both of those.

    Finally, I don't know how to put ROMs onto this thing. I assume I need a computer, obviously, but what else? Some type of converter or something? Running this on a 3DS, if that matters.

    Thanks.
     
  2. GuyInDogSuit

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    The Supercard has a microSD card slot. Take the card out and put it in an adapter and insert it into your computer.
     
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    1. you can run GB/GBC on 3ds natively and for free (see Cubic Ninja).
    2. you can use r4 to run DS games and GB/GBC games on hacked 3ds console
     
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  4. GuyInDogSuit

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    He has an SC DSTwo. He doesn't need an R4....
     
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    Thanks for the answers, guys.

    That Cubic Ninja thing is interesting, but I don't have that game. Is there another way to run GB/GBC on 3DS, maybe using this SC DSTwo?
     
  6. natanelho

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    google for "gameyob"
     
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  7. GuyInDogSuit

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    Yeah, there's a lot of emulators that will run on it. Look on Filetrip.net.
     
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    my dad works for nintendo.
    you could keep your current setup and just delete the roms and saves and place your own...
    you don't need any convertion or whatnot. just put the rom in the right places and go.
    gba roms are .gba
    nes roms are .nes
    etc, just find the games, delete them and put your own

    for gbc and gb color games you need a gbc emulator, search for gameyob, put it on a folder that you would like and launch it
     
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    Gameyob is the way to go.

    Lameboy works too, but's way too obsolete
     
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  10. IRHP
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    Thanks guys, Gameyob it is!