Ezflash 3in1 specs

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Jul 24, 2009

Ezflash 3in1 specs by DigitalSquirrel at 10:18 PM (690 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. DigitalSquirrel
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    There's a normal, older version, and a newer, 3in1+ version. The newer one tends to be a bit more incompatible with homebrew...but it can run pretty much every game.
     
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    But they're boith EZflash V. I don't get why they'd have different stats on both websites.
     
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    Like the poster above you said there were 3 different builds of the EZ flash 3-in-1. They are all built just a little different. The 3-in1+ is the newest and seems to have more problems with homebrew but as said works fine on most games. The differance is in the parts used to constuct it. The newer Plus or + model has more ram. Not sure if it's NOR or PSRAM or both but has more.
    Hope it helps.
     
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    I believe it's got more NOR flash (up to 64 MB from 32), which isn't really useful since the max size of a GBA game is 32 MB anyway. Probably only useful with the EZ-V slot-1 card, which can put more than one game at a time onto the 3in1's NOR.
     

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