EZFlash 4 and 5

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by Jonn, Jul 6, 2011.

Jul 6, 2011

EZFlash 4 and 5 by Jonn at 5:11 PM (900 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Jonn
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    Newcomer Jonn Newbie

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    So I just made an account on here to post this topic, and wow is it difficult to make an account on here. Anyways, I'm currently looking for a flash cart to be used with my GBASP, but I'm new and I don't know exactly everything. Right now I'm looking at the EZ Flash IV and the EZV. What I want to know is if there's a different and if I should get one over the other. Money isn't a concern, but the EZ4 is about twice as much as the EZV, which confuses me as I think of the EZV as the successor since it's name is like that. I thought perhaps the EZV was only compatible with the NDS, but research has made me believe otherwise. Is the EZV better in every way?
     
  2. Takeshi

    Member Takeshi GBAtemp Addict

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    Get an EZ IV, the EZV is for NDS/NDSi only. The links are there so you can see the difference.
     
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    EZFIV is a GBA kit, mainly for GBA games.

    EZFV and EZFVi are DS slot 1 kits, for DS games.

    FYI the EZFIV is expensive because it's not in production anymore, and it's the only GOOD GBA cart left on the market. The last batch was made over 4 years ago.
     
  4. Jonn
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    Okay. I guess I was just a little confused. Thanks.
     
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    There's the EZ-Flash 3in1 that is labeled EZ-Flash V.
    I don't know why they didn't put an "EZ-Flash 3in1" label on it.

    If you get a GBA-sized one, you can flash one GBA game to it (and more if you have a Slot-1 EZ-V) and play them in a GBASP.

    But that is not convenient if you plan on playing more than one game, so that's why you should get an EZ-Flash IV.
     

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