Hacking SuperKey + Flash2Advance Ultra 256Mbit

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I just got my SuperKey (v2) yesterday, but since my SuperCard Lite will not be here for a couple of days, I thought I'd try playing some NDS games (mostly homebrew) on my old GBA Flash2Advance Ultra 256Mbit flashcard.

So far only a Duck Hunt port worked
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With other software the SuperKey's splash screen background becomes green after a couple of seconds and freezes. Am I doing something wrong? I really want to run ScummVM, which claims to work on pretty much all flashcards.
 

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F2A?!
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I got F2A 512 too, and I hate that company now. They stopped updating since long ago,
for sure, they are not going to responsible for your F2A to run any DS title.

You might as well wait for your new SC lite, and use F2A just for some GBA fun.

Just a few days away, yay!
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Hope this information will help you
Play NDS games on your Flash2advance (Ultra)
 

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F2A?!Â
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I got F2A 512 too, and I hate that company now. They stopped updating since long ago,
for sure, they are not going to responsible for your F2A to run any DS title.

You might as well wait for your new SC lite, and use F2A just for some GBA fun.

Just a few days away, yay!Â
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Yeah, I'll probably get my SC Lite on friday. I just thought I could do something with the SuperKey already. So far I've never had any problems with the F2A when running GBA games/homebrew.
 

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Yeah, I'll probably get my SC Lite on friday. I just thought I could do something with the SuperKey already. So far I've never had any problems with the F2A when running GBA games/homebrew.


True, F2A for GBA homebrew is perfect, and I never had any problem with it.
But the thing is, F2A Power Writer is weak and buggy, and the
splash screen + icons are tedious, full of pixel glitches.
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Well, congratulations to your new SC Lite.
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i also have two f2a cards I sometimes use with the DS.
many games work with ndspatcher 0.1 (from gameboy-advance.net) and the older f2a software 1.1.
 
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