difference between ez flash iv and v for gba/nds?

Discussion in 'GBA - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by 2002120141, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. 2002120141
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    what's the main diff between the two?
     
  2. Bluelaserman

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    thanks a lot! ez v 3in1 it is i guess...
     
  4. mech

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    does the EZ V 3 in 1 Emulate GBA roms or play them natively like the EZ IV?
     
  5. Joe88

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    natively
    a ds flash cart flashes the gba rom to the 3-in-1 to play,
    you can also burn the image to the cart so you can play that 1 rom without having to reflash it, it will work on other devices by its self like a gba player, gba without needing a ds flashcart everytime, if you want to change the rom you need to reinsert it into a ds/dsl and burn a new rom onto it

    or you could just pay the extra $10-15 and get a stand alone ez-flash iv
     
  6. mech

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    thanks for that, could i use the gateway Blue card with the 3 in 1?
     
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    wow they have been busy since i brought my IV, there is a V and a VI out too.
     
  9. KidIce

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    It's Vi as in 5i not 6. It's pretty much the same as the V but w/ a rewritable boot strap to combat FW updates on the DSi/3DS. The EZ Flash team has not released an update since it was blocked many firmwares ago though when they went dormant.

    W/ any luck the updates to the EZ4 is a sign of them coming out of hibernation.
     
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