WoodR4 Link with gba question.

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  1. kevan
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    kevan Imagination rules the world

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    I noticed a link with gba feature for 3 in 1.
    What exactly does this mean. i interpret this as (For Example) this would allow migration from ruby etc to diamond pearl, without need for pokepatch
     
  2. Gariscus

    Gariscus Former Team Cyclops Mod

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    I don't think wood supports 3in1 linking. I believe what you saw meant that you could flash GBA games to PSRAM and NOR.

    What exactly do you mean by "a link with gba feature for 3 in 1."?
     
  3. z.g

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    it support for all pokemons. of course except black and white.
     
  4. kevan
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    Cool, so it does support it.

    Thanks.
     
  5. Gariscus

    Gariscus Former Team Cyclops Mod

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    Does it support all versions of the 3in1?
     
  6. Inunah

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    It's already been said that Yellow Wood Goblin only has a normal 3in1, so that's all that's supported.
     
  7. Gariscus

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    Then it does not support 3in1 linking.
     
  8. kevan
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    Ill just try it out right now.
     
  9. z.g

    z.g GBAtemp Regular

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    it supports 3in1 linking. it does not support 3in1+ linking. see the difference?

    and btw, sram part afaik in 3in1+ the same, so if you have pokemons flashed with 3rd party tool into 3in1+ link may work.
     
  10. Gariscus

    Gariscus Former Team Cyclops Mod

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    Yup, however the 3in1+ is a 3in1, just with twice as much NOR. [​IMG]

    Meh, whatever. [​IMG]