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Discussion in 'EZ-Flash' started by supermecleboss, Feb 6, 2007.
source : http://www.ezflash.cn/en/
so this will be supported by EZV cards huh/
and does it support official Nintendo spec rumble?
oh my... gba, rumble and ram expansion all in one... wow.
well the big question for me is, is it only compatable with the ez5?
that's a good question... i'm guessing the ram and rumble work with every cart... now, the gba, therein lies the rub... then again, they would make more money if it worked with every cart, but how would the other carts know how to write to slot-2...
forgot that one
black only?! ARGH!
It wouldn't shock me in the slightest to see this cart w/ a USB linker like the old pre-EZ4 flashcarts... It would be nice anyway, especially if you can flash from both your PC and the DS.
im going to get the the internet for my ds(official one from nintendo) would the ram on this support the extra ram the internet needs. it sounds great though because all the other slot 2 with rumbles paks built in usually have no gba support. is there going to be removable memory. i assume it will work on a SCDS.
having a linker would make it more expensive though
one of the reasons for this cart is to keep costs down on a slot-1 + slot-2 solution
A WiFi linker would be cool. Boot the DS in DS mode, start the linker app, connect to the PC or even go online via WLAN, and fill the card with new ROMs and apps wirelessly
True, but the linkers aren't all that pricey. Like I said, I wouldn't be shocked, but I didn't really expect one.
I thought I spent some money for nothing for an EZ-Flash V.
I was wrong. It worth!
anyone know of a release date
Heard of DSFTP?
lol i guess they havent.....
Well how else are you going to write data onto the GBA cart? Veho's idea of a WiFi linker sounds nice, although the fact that no other cart providers (like G6) use it makes me wonder if it's even possible.
Why are people saying there's no linker:
Straight out of the OP... Is this some other kind of linker or something?
that quote is talking about the GBA-NDS game link, as in games where you unlock something in a NDS game by having a specific GBA game in slot-2
I take it this one is only going to have the NAND memory, and the GBA roms will be stored on the DS SD card?
Actually, I would hope it would be NOR. I'd rather the increased burn time then having to copy the GBA software to RAM every time... The addition of NAND in the EZ3, while it did make them cheap, was not on my list of pros vs the EZ2.