1. EZ-Flash2

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    One month since its launch, we have done a lot of work, optimized and improved the stability of the kernel, added the features that have promised.
    Now we have a relatively stable, more functional kernel and firmware.
    The community also participate in the making of third-party tools, we are very grateful for your support.

    Kernel download http://www.ezflash.cn/download
    The manual also updated to apply 1.02 kernel. http://www.ezflash.cn/omega.html
     
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  2. slaphappygamer

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    This part in the changelog “Norflash is not usable on original GBA yet”. Does this mean that, currently, the omega only works in a Gba sp? Sorry for the silly question.
     
  3. Invader TAK

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    That means any game written to NOR won't work in an original GBA. SP, Micro and DS Phat/Lite don't have this issue and you can still run games off the PSRAM no problem.
     
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    I wrote that wrong. I meant just the NOR, not the entire cart. Thanks for the swift reply.
     
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    Does new kernel/firmware reduce GBA battery consumption rate?
     
  7. kuwanger

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    Nope, not really. Those tests were done in that order, so it's not simply a fluke or a cheap battery draining out after full discharges.
     
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