A Tutorial on how to replace the battery for your GBA cartridge. (Originally uploaded in January of 2012)

Pokemon Ruby / Pokemon Sapphire / Pokemon Emerald
And other games contain a CR2016/1616 lithium battery.
In the Pokemon games, the battery is required for any clock-based events to occur (e.g. growing berries, daily lottery).

This video will show you how to replace the dead battery with a new one using simple tools. No soldering is required.

Checklist:
– Tri-wing Screw driver to open the cartridge
– new CR1616 or CR2016 battery to put in
**(CR2025 may fit in the case too, but CR2032 is too large)
– Knife or some kind of flat-head to help remove the old battery
– Abrasives (optional)
– Tape (optional)

Buylist:
CR2016 Batteries:
Tri-wing screw driver:
Other tools:

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32 Comments

  • Mitch
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Hopped up on caffeine and figured my brute force would kill the cartridge. Happy it did not. Thank you!

  • Got Swegs
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Nobody do this. This can damage your cartridges. Never do this.

  • Mr. Sir
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    I love that there are 151 dislikes and that is the number of original pokemon

  • The Wolf
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    I have a soldering Iron, but I'm not really excited about using it on a game that coast me ~$40 pre-owned, I'll probably just undo the soldering with my soldering iron then bend the prongs like you did.

  • DANK_NUGS
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Would it work if you use battery from another game??

  • SikendretX
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Dud, the battery 1620 works fine? Or not?

  • Foxythe76
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    What is the screw

  • Lijoke A.
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Does this work on a Leaf Green cartridge as well? My game wont save any data…

  • Marco Stampiggioni 2
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    You can do this no problem only if you are a complete idiot with some mental deficit or handicap

  • Chief Haydn
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Thanks mate just tried this. I used CR2016 battery. I think the cellotape made it worse. I just put the battery in on its own, and the cartridge held it in place. I also shook the cartridge to see if the battery would move out of place. It stayed and hopefully will stay there. I did this for my sapphire and emerald versions. The hardest part as u said was removing the old battery from the probes. They were annoying, I finally got them off my sapphire, and proceeded on to emerald, but got impatient, so I got the battery out quicker but I cut myself 🙁 but my game is now working! Hopefully the battery holds its place, and thanks this video helped me out.

  • Christopher McLaren
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Dude do I need to start a new game after changing the battery for the game to go back to normal? I mean the time-based events.

  • Jonathan Alvarez
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Thanks. I don't want a soldering tool anywhere near my game. I remember using this method for Gold & Silver cartridges about 10 years ago. It was awful, but worth it.

  • Gerardo Contreras
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    for some reason, if i try putting the baterry, the game wont progress from the gameboy nintendo (r) screen, if theres no battery at all , the game plays normally , help anyone?

  • Dennis Nguyen
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    where do they still sell Cr-2016's?

  • Darío Hermosillo Hanon
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    great vid! i got scared on the bottom part (closer to the board) so i just cut metal flap thingy closest to the first solder with nail scissors, et voila!

  • Gabriel Morales
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Lo logré! gracias por el vídeo

  • BOOST a newt
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    What to do if I snap off a probe?

  • David Vu
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    "AHHHH, IT HURTS!!!" That's what your pokemon sapphire is screaming, as you put a knife in its battery. Someone get this man a sodering iron plz, it hurts to know that the battery is like that.

  • Zeelow95
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Is there anything I should be cautious about? I don’t wanna ruin my sapphire.

  • Jose Vicente
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Thank you so much! Worked in the first try! I was frustrated in begging, most tutorials required complex tools. You made it simple and easy.

  • Daniel Beaston
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Thank you

  • SideProjects
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    andaaaaaaaa…

  • EnderGamer 1236
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Hello I'm kind of new to this battery thing on gameboy games and i want to know: Replacing the battery makes you lose your save file? I know this will sound stupid to some people but I actually don't know about this -.-

    I hope someone answer my question

  • PurpleParrot
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Not that you care at this point. The tabs are NOT GLUED NOT SOLDERED. They are SPOT welded. You didn't point out that a SHORT can be easily caused by the upper connector touching the side of the battery. This can cause failure. The Original Battery had an Insulator around the edge to protect from a Short. The red "Thing" around the edge of the battery is a Plastic Insulator.

  • Caroline Marshall
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    I’m going to try this for my Pokémon Ruby game.

  • Isaiah Maydole
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    any tips on how to take out the old battery from the tabs? im still struggling to break the bonds

  • Eric_T123
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    i can’t straighten these damn probes!

    edit: i used a sanding tool and it helped

  • Darkstalker 212
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Lol Why would Nintendo place batteries in cartridges? It's such a dumb idea smh

  • Gold Flower Gamer
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    If I were to remove the battery and not replace said battery, would the game still be able to run at all? Would I be able to save my progress?

  • Danielle Bowden
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    My mom and I could try that to my two Pokémon Emeralds, but it's a risk that we might damage them… 🙁

  • Quantum Mechanic
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    Thanks m80. Found an official Ruby cartridge last week and wanted to play it with a working battery.

  • John Johnson
    Posted 2 hours ago 8:07 am

    All I would add is to not allow the strips that contact the battery to contact any of the pins on the chip below. Doing so could create a short to either battery+ or a short to ground! Could fry the thing if you're not careful.

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