Ok here's what u do.
Go to http://www.vbalink.info/
download the newest version.
Put it on your desktop (replace it with the old one)
While playing scroll down from options (you need two vbas running)
click link and then wireless on both of them.
Once in game, go to a Pokemon center, wireless link trade not cabled, be happy.
Visual Boy Advance: http://vba.ngemu.com/
Yes. Various emulators support emulating linking between two consoles. VBALink and NO$GBA support linking Game Boy Advance games, and BGB and TGB support linking Game Boy / Game Boy Color games.
No. VisualBoy Advance only emulates the Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Super Game Boy, and Game Boy Advance.
No. VisualBoy Advance only supports Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games.
The program itself is perfectly legal. However, for it to be useful, you would need the ROM image of a game, which cannot be obtained legally through most methods.
NOT. but you can use cheats in visual boy in the menu.
you cannot trade on the visual boy advance emulator.
You can't (**Cry**)
Pokemon Emerald is unsupported for Visual Boy Advance Link. Have you managed to trade? I am guessing not as you are asking for cheats. Try www.neoseeker.com and check out my Pokemon Emulation Guide. http://pokeemu.blogspot.com/
You cannot trade with Visual Boy Advance, therefore it is impossible to trade with Pokemon Red or Gold. The emulator is lacking the ability to connect to the internet or with another device. In real life GameBoy Advance, Sapphire would still not be able to trade with previous generations.
You can't play Pokemon Platinum on visual boy advance. It's a Nintendo DS game and visual boy advance can only play gameboy games.
It is possible to trade PokÃ©mon on Visual Boy Advance on PokÃ©mon Fire Red. It will not work with the standard program though. You will have to download a special version.
You must say what game of Pokemon in visual boy advance,I have all or i don't have all.But i have many of them.
== == Yes, using Visual Boy Advance Link versions 1.7.2 and 1.8.0. You can trade between Ruby, Sapphire, Firered and Leafgreen. Check out my easy guide on how to set this up, and how to convert saves from one emulator to Visual Boy Advance. http://pokeemu.blogspot.com/
no but you get a USBcable and connect your gamecube or the gamestation your using and connect them together and you should be able to trade.
in Pokemon ruby destiny you need 2 visual boy advances put ruby destiny in on the other visual boy advance put any Pokemon game my fave Pokemon is gengar