So I bought a GBA SP... what's the best flash card kit?...

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  1. zsouthboy

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    I'd like to do a little coding on my GBA. I may even incorporate it into a case mod in my computer, to display temps or whatever... this freaking thing is full of possiblities... :)

    Less than $50 is a plus.

    Thanks

    (mods if you feel this is inappropriate(because I'm sure someone will bring up pirated roms and stuff), lock it)
     
  2. akira888

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    Even though this will probably be locked you're going to have a tough time finding one for less than 100 dollars that's worth a damn. If you just want to do development then you could use an emulator - they are generally pretty close.
     
  3. notAFanB

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    use an emulator to test. if you really to do real field testing them www.liksang.com carries some direct PC-to-gba (not flash carts, have to be connected to the PC via USB) dev tools which you may find interesting.
     
  4. zsouthboy

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    Ah okay

    that PC->GBA thing will work well

    thanks!
     
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