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  1. I just completed this quiz. My Score 37/100 My Time 213 seconds  
  2. Hi guys Here's a tutorial on how to use downloaded save files with your ezflash 3 in 1. check the video below to see how its done or the written tutorial below the video here. Enjoy Video Written Tut: Step 1: Download a save file for game of choice from website of choice. Step 2: Make sure you have a clean rom file. (how you obtain this i cannot help you with. i would recomend ripping your own gba cart) Step 3: Download the gba Exploader app from here Step 4: Download the EZ IV client from here or here Step 5: Download the visual boy emulator from here Step 6: Open Ez client and click open to navigate to your gba rom. Copy the name of the rom before you click open and then click open Step 7: Paste the name of the rom into the "rom name" text box in top left. Step 8: Change save size to 64K bites. Step 9: Make sure "add save patch" box is ticked and then click config and the button with the 3 dots to choose a destination to output Step 10: Click "ok" then click "send"... wait for it to send/save to destination you will have a message when complete. Step 11: Put rom onto sd card that is in flash cart running the ezflash 3 in 1 Step 12: Open the patched rom with visualboy advance. (if it does not work use the clean rom you ripped/obtained) Step 13: When visual boy starts loading it go into file and then import battery file. Step 14: Select your downloaded battery file, then open game and make a few movements. Click save and wait for it to save. Step 15: Once saved open file menu again and click export then battery file. make sure it has the same name as the rom file with extension .sv1 (or anything between .sv1 to .sv5) then copy to "GBA_SAVE" on flash card. Step 16: Safely eject sd card and place back into flash card and into ds Step 17: Open gba exploader Step 18: Navigate to the patched game file we downloaded and either open in ram or nor. make sure you upload the save file with the same number we named it to on the computer. Step 19: Once game is open it should have the save file. it may say it was corrupted but it will still work Step 20: Open the game with that file and make some more edits and make sure to save before you quit. Step 21: It should now be saved forever. Step 22: Profit? Hope you guys enjoy and get use out of this. Peace
  3. haha nah man there was no offence taken or anything. was happy to have the input and im sure others will be if they need the help. on a side note, one of the pokemon games i was working with said the save was currupted before i changed the battery and as soon as i placed the new battery in the safe file was restored. not sure how it was linked or what but that happened. also with the old snes carts you were talking about. i guess if desperate enough and if the cart relied on the battery, one could even provide power to cart with external power supply via traces that go to the power carrying pins on the board? is not you could always solder the new battery as a parallel to the first and try and get the first battery off and some crap like that too. would probably be messy af and highly not recommended. yeah man a bunch of them can do this. i would recommend checking batteries if they have them, if not its most likely the pins. i have had a few stop working too. just open them up and clean the pins with alcohol on an earbud to give them a good clean. give it a go it might work for you
  4. yeah man but you know got it on an old pokemon game so i thought i would dedicate it to that haha. you're right though. not sure if srs... if so im glad i helped....
  5. sword looks cool. shuriken would look hectic too
  6. Hey guys. just wanted to make a quick tutorial on how to replace the battery in those good ol gba games as they're becoming ancient and batterys and running dry killing time based events. As usual here's a short video tut showing what im doing followed by a quick written up step by step guid beneath. Enjoy Written part: Step 1: get tools; - solder - soldering iron - screw driver - 1616 tabbed battery. Step 2: Open cartridge with special screw driver. Step 3: desolder old battery by gently pressing iron against solder on board and make little circles to spread and distribute heat evenly so you don't burn the board. Step 4: Chose your own way to solder new battery to board on cartridge. make sure pos (+) is facing down and the pos (+) tab is pointing to the solder point inwards to the board. Step 4B: if you don't know how to solder the battery do what i did. i made little solder balls and placed them on top of the tabs and tinned them to make it easier when i drooped them into place on the board. Step 5: Put cartridge back together and screw back in Step 6: Put cartridge into gba or ds and test it out Step 7: Profit? Disclaimer: I am not responsible if you damage your game. i have given you instructions to perform the process without damaging it. human error is always possible especially if you have low experience soldering.
  7. yeah that's true man. keep at it, it's looking good and the works gonna pay off. what sort of weapons are they using?
  8. lol it's head looks flat af XD but yeah it will suit the game's theme. nice man i like bun bun. what's next?
  9. greg this was front paged... did you mean to do that?
  10. Hi guys thought it had been a while since i posted a tut so here it is Essentially this video will tell you how to get NTR working on the latest firmware for 3DS as the original does not seem to be getting anymore love or support anymore. So this is basically a fork of the NTR CFW but this fork is not only more refined, it also allows you to select which version of NTR you want to boot into and boots in legit a tenth of the time the original booted when it was working. tool it called NTR Selector. can be found in links down below. Please see video for guide on how to install, or if you can't watch youtube where you are there will be a quick written tutorial at the bottom Thanks for watching guys. hope you enjoy the video and the final product of this mod/CFW LINK: - GBA Temp Thread - GitHub Written tut: Step 1: make sure 3DS is on CFW Step 2: make sure you have FBI Installed or a CIA installer of choice. this tut will use FBI Step 3a: open this site to scan QR code for download, OR Step 3b: alternatively open this link for a download of the latest cia file so you can copy to sd card Step 4: if you are going to use the QR code to scan and download direct to ds with FBI please skip to step <8> Step 5: if you are manually downloading then make sure you copy the cia to your sd card Step 6: put sd card in 3ds and open cia installer. Step 7: Navigate to where you placed the cia file and install with cia installer Step 8: (skip if you manually installed) Scan the QR code to download the file and install it directly to 3ds Step 9: go to home menu and open up the newly installed software Step 10: wait for it to run through its updates and download and setup its environment. Step 11: choose your cfw you would like to use Step 12: Profit?
  11. yeah sounds good i'm pretty good at making shit up on the spot when i comes down to it every now and again. let us know if you need anymore ideas. you can always have a troll under a mossy bridge into your forrest area. would be pretty cool too. not gonna lie i always wanted to make my own game or help make one haha make it have like a gust power when it flaps it's giant wings
  12. lol them feels when you're just joking and this happens XD it looks pretty good tbh what about a red and a yellow/orange one? perhaps the orange one can be a stronger one that spawns less in area but is for players who advance a bit more at earlier stage... maybe giant bees too? with big flours that they get nectar from.... and maybe the nectar can be an item that players can acquire and if they try take it from a flower a bee attacks them?
  13. dude don't ever forget the rule "your data doesn't exist unless its backed up to 3 different places" haha always important to make backups. try keep one on HDD, one on USB and another on internet or another HDD on pc btw maybe horses for the flower field or goats/sheep. maybe if you put goat make more aggressive with horns or something maybe even a giant lady bug or something hahaha just for lolz
  14. try a thicker wire as you said it was a thin wire and when it get's hot as it will in the ps4 the resistance increases and thus makes it harder for the signal to pass through the wire... if you are trying to send a HD signal you might want to make sure you use the best quality perhaps your solder work may not be the best either but i would recommend the thicker wire and a good link!
  15. Developer @darkjiros has released the Cinavia Protection Tool v4.81 for people on the new 4.81 CFW. This tool was created in response to people having the error 800299D2 when trying to watch movies on their systems. This tool not only fixes this issue but it also claims to fully disable cinavia and support CFW 4.81 Download: Cinavia Protection Tool v4.81 By darkjiros.pkg (23.1 MB) PKG MD5: B965C7A5DBDE72A73263A64FDF53BC21 Source Via