Brand new EZ Flash Omega MicroSDHC version. Supports MicroSD 128MB to 128GB (MicroSD not included).
Compatible with Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Advance SP, Game Boy Micro, DS, DS Lite.
256Mb PSRAM 512Mb Norflash Fast load.
Latest Firmware 6.0 kernel v1.07 inside already, works with more than 128mb micro SD card, max supports 128gb, No need to update.
Includes the cartridge, box and clear insert as shown in the photo, comes with a card reader. BUT NO micro sd card NO consoles
Can be worked on the Slot 2 of original DS and DS Lite for GBA/GB/GBC/NES games Just copy and play, no client needed
Fast patch engine, instant game load speed, additional manual patch engine to support modified rom
New features: Save states, Real time clock, Sleep and Hotkey customization
Cannot support DS games and Media files
Professional skills may be required
So the first time it corrupted was 2 weeks after recieving it. Phantasy Star collection, waited 30 seconds or more. Corrupted every save for every game, including the 8 or so hours I had put into Castlevania (I work third, handhelds pass the time when things are dead)
The flash cart works near perfectly. The file menu is simple and easy to navigate. There are a ton of options for games; the most useful being a button combo that lets you jump back to the flash cart menu without having to reboot. Setting up the cart is really easy; just drop a few system files and game folders on a micro SD card and you are ready to roll.
I really want to like this product, but I cannot recommend this to anyone. Maybe I got a dud...
I bought this for a project i planned to do at a later date. Once I had completed it and began to use the flashcart with a few roms, it worked very well for a while. The UI is easy to use, the cheat functions work okay, and the experience is quite good. However, after a week, my games began to crash after about an hour of play or so. Save states created using the cheat addon function also began to be corrupted or lost. Soon after that, the normal save data on the games themselves began being lost as well. Flashing the games I wanted to play the most to NOR helped for a day or so, and then the issues began happening there too. For all intents and purposes this cart is no longer functional, so I cannot recommend these.
Worked well, was easy to swap out the second plate to have it fit my DS Lite as well. Kind of a scary process when you take the screws out as the whole thing falls apart, but easy to get it back together. No problems with any games so far! FFVII, SMB3, Namco museum, and Pokémon emerald tried so far
It was a present for my nephew and he was very happy w/it.
Went with this since it is half or even a third of the price of its competitor, Glad I did as it works just as you want it to and had extra features. Make sure you search for the "Simple Light" firmware as that will add backups for save files. Making your GBA into an all in one handheld is definitely worth it.
Device works well, savedstates are good, and the included gb/gbc compatibility is nice (some games excluded like Pokémon silver).