Apr 5, 2011

XBOO Cable by xb2003 at 3:30 AM (3,696 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. xb2003
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    Newcomer xb2003 Newbie

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    Hey,
    I hope this is in the correct place.
    I recently made an Xboo cable, and im trying to figure out how to use it. and i dont know where to start. So if anybody knows about these, please tell me what the best program is to run it is, and ill go from there

    Thanks,
    \->XB2003
     
  2. how_do_i_do_that

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    you need a printer port (P25) on your computer, usb to P25 cables don't work.

    You will need the sendsav app: http://chishm.drunkencoders.com/SendSave/

    There are only 3 buttons on the app, Send, Save, Config.
     
  3. xb2003
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    Newcomer xb2003 Newbie

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    I have the 25-Pin female port on all my computers. Thanks for the link, and is there a certain OS you reccomend? i have everything from Win 7 to Win 95, and some Linux.
     
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    I believe Windows 2000 & XP (Windows 98 could be also) should have better compatibility with older custom circuitry.
     
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    The drivers are 32bit, any 32bit OS upto XP should work without major issues.
     
  6. francky59

    Newcomer francky59 Newbie

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    Hello all,

    I would like to precise how to do a xboo cable. It's not so difficult indeed.

    This is some pictures of mine :

    The cable finished
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    The DB25 connector side
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    the GBA link socket side (carreful! the wire 1 is at the top left and, on picture you can see it is empty)
    [sharedmedia=gallery:images:4073]

    The schematic : the gba link socket is an internal view.
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    I cut the GBA wire into a gba link (a pink one). Please test it with a multimeter to check connections.

    for program and system, i used a Windows XP and follow the http://chishm.drunke...s.com/SendSave/ programs and instructions.

    It worked for me and i succeed in saving into files Pokemon saves from GBA cartridges.
     

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