Action Replay

How can you use the Action Replay code for your GBA emu?

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2005-10-21 18:37:34
2005-10-21 18:37:34

just press a+b+start+select at the same time Most emulators have a "cheat" option in the menu. If there is no Action Replay option in the "cheat" dialog box, use the Gameshark section instead. It should work.

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