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Can you use a nintendo ds charger on a Game Boy?


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2013-10-29 19:03:27
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The black charger for the original DS (not the lite) is exactly the same as the charger for the GBA.


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On the original Nintendo DS yes they use the same charger, but on the Nintendo DS lite and Nintendo DSi that is not the case.

The original DS model uses the same charger as the GBA SP. This cannot be used with the DS Lite, DSi or DSi XL as they all use different connectors.

you could use a car charger if you happen to have one, otherwise there are no other ways to change it :'(

No the Gameboy Advance SP has a seperate charger made for it.

no the sp has a charger while the gameboy uses batteries

You dont there is non you change the batteries. And I have a game boy advance my self.

Both the Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Color use AA batteries so it does not have a charger.

No. The charger for the original DS is only compatible with the DS and Game Boy Advance. The charger that the DSi XL uses is the same as the one used by the DSi and 3DS.

No. A DSI cant use a 3DS charger.

No it does not, you need to use your ds charger.

The original Gameboy and the original GBA use batteries. The GBA SP has a charger, but the 'jack' is one that fits the GBA SP (and original DS) only. A DSi charger fits only the DSi, it will not work with any other model of DS or GBA, even the DSi XL.

Playing Game Boy Advance games on the Nintendo GameCube requires the use of the Nintendo Game Boy Player, a separate hardware accessory that attaches to the bottom of the GameCube. Use of the Nintendo Game Boy Player allows Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games to be played on the television or other display to which the GameCube is connected. Also, handheld systems that play Game Boy Advance games can be connected to the GameCube and/or Game Boy Player in order to act as controllers.

There is no specific device that allows you to connect a Game Boy to a Nintendo 64. The closest to this is the Transfer Pak, which allows you to use Pokemon from Game Boy Pokemon games on Pokemon Stadium and Pokemon Stadium 2, and transfer characters from the Game Boy Mario Tennis game to the Nintendo 64 version.

The very first model of the DS uses the same charger as the GBA. In fact if you look at the DS charger, it says it is 'for use with AGS-001 & NTR-001 only'. NTR is the code for Nintendo DS, AGS is the GBA.

yes but you cant use the GBA (game boy advance) games on the Nintendo dsi

Yes, the Nintendo 3DS can use any 3DS charger, as well as the Nintendo DSi chargers.

no you cant unfortunately, wish you could though

You can charge the Nintendo DS with a Game Boy Advance SP charger (& vice versa) if you have the original version of the DS, the 'Phat' version. Otherwise, the DS Lite, DSi, and 3DS all have their own unique chargers. Each one is different, so you'll need a separate charger for each. (unless you buy an unofficial charger with lots of ends)

Generally no, the Game Boy can't be used as a GameCube controller However, there are a few games (ie. The Wind Waker, Four Swords Adventure) that do have Game Boy Advance connection, where you can use a GBA connector and use the Game Boy Advance as a controller, but this limited to a handful of games

Yes, there is a slot for the GameBoy games at the bottom of the Nintendo DS.

The DSi cannot be charged without its charger. One can be bought from any retailer that sells Nintendo systems. The Nintendo DSi, DSi XL and 3DS all use the same charger.

The charger is too small for the regular DS, unless you have a universal charger, but I don't know about the accessory packs.What I use for my original Nintendo ds, is us a USB cable, for a Nintendo ds lite charger....well.....i don't know....

you have to have Pal park and 1 of your Pokemon have to know how to use surf out of a battle.

Insert only one Game Boy Color game cartridge into the Nintendo 64 when you have a Game Boy Color game cartridge case. If you get the black screen instead of the game,turn the Nintendo 64 on only one time.

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