Now I'm modding a neomyth with neo pro sd in a normal original cartridge. I will also create a new label to fit the cartridge.
Here are some pics:
Now I already soldered the 6105 cic lockout chip and removed the cartridge connector and everything works fine. I further continued to remove the gba port and wire the sd neo pro directly to the neomyth. But now it will load to the neomyth menu but see no games in the flash nor will it see them on the sd card. When I connect the neomyth to my computer the game flashing program does not see the flashcart. My soldering is perfect and I have made no bridges. When I remove it and put it in like normal everything works fine again.
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