In this tutorial, I show you the PROPER way to replace the save batteries in your Gameboy and Gameboy Color game cartridges. There’s a lot of misinformation and just plain awful so-called “tutorials” out there for this process already, so I decided to do my own and set the record straight once and for all.

I’ve got A LOT more Gameboy stuff on the way! 🙂 I just needed to get this tutorial out of the way first. Enjoy, and let me know what you think!

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21 Comments

KyleAwsm

June 29, 2020

Hey guys, thanks for watching! Feel free to join the discussion over on Reddit! Lots of good dialogue happening over there:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Gameboy/comments/9e8w8g/the_right_way_to_replace_gameboy_cart_batteries/

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Finnoco

June 29, 2020

Thanks man 🙂

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Wii U

June 29, 2020

But what if you want to replace a battery before it dies to save the progress?

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FireheartSamurai

June 29, 2020

The battery for my gba game (Pokémon Emerald) still works but I can’t do anytime events like the Shoal Cave & grow berries. Would it still be ok to replace the battery for doing time base events? Are there ways of preserving the save file even with the battery change to?

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Bart owo

June 29, 2020

So professional!

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person who plays mobile game s

June 29, 2020

I would do this. But I don't have any of these things. I just did it with a knife without ridges. And it works fine soooo

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Jonathan Santiago

June 29, 2020

Thank you sir, you just made a new subscriber. I backed up the save files for all my Pokémon games with BennVenn’s Joey after finding out about it thanks to one of your videos and now replaced all their batteries after watching this one. I was so nervous since I had never soldiered anything.

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Camus LP

June 29, 2020

This guys is pretty poor at soldering

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Timmyboy 420

June 29, 2020

And Pokemon silver gold and crystal battery’s will run out faster than red blue and yellow just so everyone knows pretty sure it’s because of the clock and real time event in those games

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KennethMichaels

June 29, 2020

Is it bad to touch the solder? Doesn't contain lead?

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Armando Castillo

June 29, 2020

Whack. Over complicated and pricey

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Myke Whiddon

June 29, 2020

Get a desoldering tool.

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Jorge Navarrete

June 29, 2020

How long until it needs another battery change??? What’s the lifespan of that replacement batter? Thanks and sweet tutorial!

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Mickey Zixn

June 29, 2020

I have rosin flux core from ace hardware. Do I need to apply more flux?

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ShibaKunNYC

June 29, 2020

Really helpful

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Isco Disco

June 29, 2020

Whats the best temperature the solder iron should be?

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TTsmashers

June 29, 2020

Does removing a good battery erase your save?

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NSG_Kuunda

June 29, 2020

Ok but why are the batteries so expensive right now

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megarollX Rgm Broadcasting

June 29, 2020

Great video brotha! I've just now gotten around to getting that game bit since my Pokemon Silver's battery is dead, and the battery is on the way!

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bill baggins

June 29, 2020

I was breathing in the fumes from the solder, is this really bad?

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Cosmin Paun

June 29, 2020

i mean…i tend to see lots of tutorials on replacing the battery…and good job on this tutorial as well…but it does not solve the main issue that people have…which is making your old save data work again…and there is actually no method to recover your old save data…for example if i complete a game and the battery dies, you can do this tutorial, replace it and then complete the game again, however if you put in a lot of work on that one save file…you might as well just not play at all…because its too much work that you've put into in that one save file…pokemon is a great example, and most of that work you just cannot replicate, like transferring pokemons from one game to another etc.

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