carts:nintendo:gba

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hiccup [Dumping with DS consoles]
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 === GBA Backup Tool === === GBA Backup Tool ===
  
-GBA Backup Tool is a commonly used tool, though it hasn't seen any updates since 2008.+GBA Backup Tool is a commonly used and well-tested tool, though its closed-sourced and hasn't seen any updates since 2008.
  
 == Tools needed == == Tools needed ==
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 === GodMode9i === === GodMode9i ===
- +GodMode9 is open sourcebut is less well-tested at dumping GBA carts as GBA Backup Tool.
-If you already have a DS flashcart like R4, dumping GBA games is fairly straight forward with GodMode9i. As DS flashcarts were manufactured in large quantitiesthis is perhaps the cheapest and easiest accessible method for dumping GBA games. GodMode9i is a free/open source preservation tool inspired by GodMode9 for the Nintendo 3DS.+
  
 == Tools needed == == Tools needed ==
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 == Tools needed == == Tools needed ==
   * A Nintendo DS or Nintendo DS Lite with a slot-1 (DS) flashcart   * A Nintendo DS or Nintendo DS Lite with a slot-1 (DS) flashcart
-  * [[https://github.com/DS-Homebrew/GodMode9i/releases]]+  * [[https://github.com/endrift/duplo/releases]]
  
 == Dumping == == Dumping ==
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