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by zoranc
December 2nd, 2018, 05:32
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

News. The carts PCBs are supposed to be ready, all the parts did arrive too, so we hope to have them populated next week or so. Flashers are produced. Also the casing for them. This is how it looks: flasher.jpg Flasher GUI client is ready. Testing firmware for the carts is also ready. Onto the next ...
by zoranc
November 20th, 2018, 17:27
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

That's what I mean, is it possible to load and save data from the flash memory through the cart? Yes, it is. I took your idea seriously, tried it (with a lot of modifications on the VHDL side with the help of the hardware guy), and it worked. We have spent most of the weekend working on it but it w...
by zoranc
November 14th, 2018, 00:57
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

scyther wrote:Did you in the end add an ability to manage the internal saves?

What do you mean by "internal save"? There is no need for such thing for Pokemon Mini, because the saves are kept in the console's flash memory.
by zoranc
November 13th, 2018, 13:09
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

Here is update on the flash carts. Mostly good news. So the carts work. FINALLY! I have 3 of them with me - one from the first revision and two from the second. They all work. Also I have two flashers. Tried all combinations and did lot of tests. The C code (on the PC) has some problem during the in...
by zoranc
November 5th, 2018, 12:45
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

The cart is alive! Yeey! I hope to have one of them in my hands in the next days. He also made a small video of it running:
https://photos.app.goo.gl/k4tQRUixMazTtWsx6
Enjoy!
by zoranc
October 30th, 2018, 16:22
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

With the low cost of ram, why not make it support multiple games at once? i figured it would hold more then the last one that was out. please concider it, im sure it will increase your sales. Did you ever see a Pokemon Mini cart? Did you ever open the case to look at the PCB? It is very, very small...
by zoranc
October 28th, 2018, 20:32
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

retronintendonerd wrote:If/when these become available what's the ballpark price you're thinking they'll be?


I'd really want to se them exist. No speculation on the price just yet. I'd love actually have them. Then we can se what will be price...
by zoranc
October 28th, 2018, 20:30
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

thefred wrote:
thefred wrote:How much ram is on the cart? how many games can be installed at once?

? please let us know.

0 RAM , 1 game. :mrgreen:
by zoranc
October 26th, 2018, 17:47
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

Another update. Carts are produced. They are at the PCB shop now. Delay was caused by another order which required different temperature setup and our PCBs might had turn defective. That is presumably likely the cause of the current defect of the one produced cart. My friend is sick at the moment, b...
by zoranc
October 9th, 2018, 14:50
Forum: Flash Carts
Topic: New flash cart in development
Replies: 224
Views: 56481

Re: New flash cart in development

Short update on the current status. Its both good and bad. As you saw from my last post we got the redesigned cart produced. It is only layout changes no functional/connectivity changes whatsoever. So it should had run fine, right? Well turns out one of the traces wasn't properly soldered hence the ...

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