The Flash2Advance flash cards are virtually identical to the Flash Advance Pro, only the linker was different. The FA Pro was flashed with the Flash Advance Linker through the printer LPT port.
The FA Pro card was renamed to Flash2Advance when a new type of linker was created, connecting and flashing through the GBA port, with no linker dock needed.
Two versions of the F2A linker came out. The first used the printer LPT port and had issues on some GBAs. The second USB linker cable was more stable.
The last true Bung card.
One of the earliest fully functional flash cards for GBA.
It was available in 64Mbit, 128Mbit and 256Mbit.
Pogoshell was made for, and was most stable on FA Pro/F2A.
Native support for SRAM, FLASH and 4kbit EEPROM saves. The FLASH type save was not 100% supported.
EEPROM saves can be patched with SRAMPatch
FLASH saves can be patched with sRAM-it
- Pure NOR
- 2Mbit SRAM for saving
- Flashed with Flash Advance Linker (LPT) or F2A cable (LPT or USB to GBA)
GB Bridge lets you run GB/C roms in the native GBC mode on GBA.
Game Wallet lets you flash roms on the go from a generic CF or SM flash card.
Official site (no longer exists)
Unofficial support site
if2a Open-Source *nix Flash2Advance software client
if2a OSX client Open-Source if2a port for OSX
f2a OSX client old f2a client for OSX
Fas1 A tool for the Nintendo DS, based off of tftpds, that allows you to flash a FlashAdvance cartridge in Slot-2 from a Slot-1 device