MK4 Mini Patcher Dr. Neo from the NeoFlash Team, the brains behind MK4 devices such as MK4-Mini and MK4-Key, is giving us another addition in their line of amazing products. The first version of the MK-4 Mini Patcher was released yesterday on the team's official website. All you have to do is patch the ROM and then copy it to the GBA using Neo Power Kit. Unfortunately, this doesn't work with FlashMe.
* Support MK4-mini only.
* Support NEOFlash and XGFlash 2005 serial only.
* All save data will keep to MK4 inner EEPROM
* Not support all games in this beta version yet.
In the future, the team hopes to make it 100% game compatible. Help the team with their earnest endeavor by downloading the patcher and letting them know which games work and which ones don't. In the future, the team hopes to make it 100% game compatible. Help the team with their earnest endeavor by downloading the patcher and letting them know which games work and which ones don't. So far games like Metroid Prime Hunters, Cars, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and New Super Mario Bros don't seem to work. And also, keep your heads up for a possible release of a new GST Patcher 4.0. And also, keep your heads up for a possible release of a new GST Patcher 4.0.
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