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If you have any problems writing to carts, please check this list:
– Make sure you are on the latest firmware and using the latest GBxCart software
– Try a different USB port (non-USB 3.0) or USB cable
– Make sure your PC hasn’t gone to sleep or woken up from sleep (give it a quick reboot)
– Try another computer

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Supported Gameboy Flash Cart PCB Pictures

Catskull / DIY Carts – AM29F010B, SST39SF010A, AT49F040 – 32KByte
Audio pin or WR pin as WE.

Catskull / BV5 – 2MByte
PCB Text: SDO_BV5

M29W160EB
PCB Text: SD007_BV5_DRV

SST39SF040 – 512KByte
Audio pin as WE.

ES29LV160 Flash – 1MByte
Requires 3.3V to erase/program. PCB Text: 0883_DRV

Originally purchases as Tetris DX.
PCB Text: 16BIT_0883_32M


[Image courtesy of Brian N.]

AM29LV160DB – 2MByte
Requires 3.3V to erase/program. PCB Text: LJ3843-2

29LV160TE – 2MByte
Requires 3.3V to erase/program. Originally purchased as a Pokemon Red cart.
PCB Text: GB-M900

[Image courtesy of Bjoern B.]

29LV160CTTC – 2MByte
Requires 3.3V to erase/program.


[Image courtesy of Stephan G.]

AM29F016B – 2MByte
 

                                                                         [Image courtesy of Davide I.]

M29W640 – 4MByte
Requires 3.3V to erase/program. Originally purchased as a “Shantae”. If you install a CR2032 coin cell battery, the battery will only last about 1 year as the cart consumes about 19uA for it’s data retention. You also need to change the solder bridge from “N” to “Y”.
PCB Text: SD007_48BALL-64M

256M29 – 32 MByte (4x 8MB Banks)
Requires 3.3V to erase/program. You need change the solder bridge from the top left to the one a little bit lower (as shown). If using a Multi-game creator, you need to power cycle GBxCart RW when writing to a different 8MB Bank. Battery current consumption is 4uA, so a CR2032 will last about 5-6 years. Originally purchased as a “22 in 1” Pokemon cart (yellow cartridge).
PCB Text: SD008-6810-V3

Supported Gameboy Advance Flash Cart PCB Pictures

MSP55LV128 – 16MByte
PCB Text: AGB-E05-01

MSP55LV128M – 16MByte
PCB Text: AGB-E05-01

[Image courtesy of Jonas S]

29GL128EHMC – 16MByte
PCB: AGB-E08-09

[Image courtesy of Jonas S]

29LV128DTMC – 16MByte Flash Cart
PCB: AGB-E08-09

256M29EWH – 32MByte Flash Cart
PCB Text: PC28F256M29EW AGB-E05-01

[Image courtesy of Jonas S]

M36L0R706 – 16MByte
PCB Text: 36LOR-DRV / AGB-E05-01

256L30B – 32MByte
Use 256L30B (2) if the first option doesn’t write to your cart. It seems there is a little issue which prohibits writing to certain variants of this cart. Originally purchased as a “150 Games, NES Classic” transparent red cart.
PCB Text: 28F256L03B-DRV

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