EZ Flash Omega - Downgrade Firmware?

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I'm wondering if there is any way to downgrade the firmware of the EZ Flash Omega, I have tried downgrading to a previous Kernel version, which does work, the Kernel downgrades but it remains on the current firmware version instead of downgrading to the firmware from the earlier kernel.

Is there any way to actually downgrade the firmware?
 

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I'm wondering if there is any way to downgrade the firmware of the EZ Flash Omega, I have tried downgrading to a previous Kernel version, which does work, the Kernel downgrades but it remains on the current firmware version instead of downgrading to the firmware from the earlier kernel.

Is there any way to actually downgrade the firmware?
Why downgrade?
 

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Please understand that I'm not good at English, so I'm using a translator.
For another reason, I need this downgrade information.
I'm Korean, so I'm using the Korean version kernel, but I'm interested in the official kernel recently,
so I updated it, and the firmware was also updated, so when I return to the Korean kernel I used,
the saves of the games I used to play get an error.
 

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Is there any way to make Korean name files recognized on the latest firmware?
Sorry, Currently, only Chinese and English are supported for display, but the kernel is open sourced. Theoretically you only need a Korean dot font and a character index, with some programming fundamentals, you can make a kernel that supports Korean language support.

Unfortunately, we don't have a Korean dot font and Korean character index table, and we can't read Korean, otherwise we could consider making one.
 

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Sorry, Currently, only Chinese and English are supported for display, but the kernel is open sourced. Theoretically you only need a Korean dot font and a character index, with some programming fundamentals, you can make a kernel that supports Korean language support.

Unfortunately, we don't have a Korean dot font and Korean character index table, and we can't read Korean, otherwise we could consider making one.
Sadly, I have Korean fonts, but I don't have programming knowledge, so it will be difficult.
I'm going to use the English version kernel. T^T
Thank you for your answer.
 
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