Internal testing of new kernel has started ...

Discussion in 'EZ-Flash' started by Mbmax, Sep 27, 2007.

  1. Mbmax
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    Hi there.

    According to windirt post in official Chinese board, the next kernel fro ezv will be release soon.

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    It seems that we no longer need ezsave.lst file. Great news !

    Thanks to FayriOS for the translation. [​IMG]
     
  2. Seeker108

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    I'm disappointed the EZ V users have pretty much vanished from this site. Its expected i suppose, since the EZ Team has been so quiet with updates.

    Anyway this is great news, and I look forward to its release.
     
  3. PBC

    PBC What!? I can change this??

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    I'm still here. Still EZ5. Still waiting for the savelist to be phased out.
    =P
     
  4. Saylient_Dreams

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    I don't think the EzV users are gone, they just never had any problems with any of the releases so far [​IMG] hence no hassel for an update to play the latest release.
     
  5. vergessen

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    Yep we are still here but not much to talk about. The games still just work. homebrew works. An update would be nice but I got nothing to complain about.
     
  6. Psyfira

    Psyfira Credit: 0ml. Insert tea to continue

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    *Waves hello* What he said [​IMG] Any problems I've had are already documented (download play not working on certain titles), and the two homebrew apps I've had problems with have now been solved. I'm not the type to complain about things not working anyway, if a game I really want to play doesn't work I'd just go buy it.
     
  7. stefer

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    I'm here i'm here! Though i'm still waiting for my ezV, i ordered one and it should be here pretty soon.
     
  8. Seeker108

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    Just out of curiosity, why did you order a EZ V? I would think most people would go for the R4 or Cyclowiz.
     
  9. stefer

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    I have an ezIV for gba and i love it. A friend told me it was good also. I also got a good deal for a ezV + 3-in-1 + 1gig microSD japanese Kingston.
    +Everyone goes for an R4 or CycloDS like everyone has a Honda Civic .....
    [​IMG]

    EDIT : i also have a DS-X but... it's so buggy, i wanted a spare cart to use while i wait for a possible update.
     
  10. Athlon-pv

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    EZ-team have a good reputation. Their products have a good compatibility rating and updates are handled in a timely fashion these days.

    Those others are just popular ......
     
  11. Riffman

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    I know your question wasn't to me, but anyhow:

    I got my EZ V because it came cheap as part of a combo with the 3-in-1.

    Can you tell me why you would think that most people would go for the R4 or Cyclowiz ? Are they better or something ?

    I admit I'm a noob to flashcarts in general, but the EZ V has done everything I wanted thus far - So much in fact that I got a second one. I haven't even used the 3-in-1 yet because they sent the Lite version & we're still using the phat.
     
  12. seank

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    Me too. You could just as easily ask "why not get an EZV?" The only thing wrong with it is that you need to update the save list when you get a new game, but really, that takes about 2 seconds to do (literally).
     
  13. vergessen

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    i will take updating the save list. Get a bat file set up to do it all for you. better then arm7 patching a game to make it work or waiting on the card makers to release and update to play that new wonderfull game.
     
  14. Seeker108

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    Well, they have more features than the EZ V. The EZ V is also much older cart, and requires updating the save list (which pretty much everyone hates).

    I wasn't implying that those particular carts are "better", it just seems that the average informed buyer would go for those carts (for the reasons stated above). If I thought the R4 was better, i would have bought an R4 3 months ago instead of the EZ V. I did extensive research before choosing a slot 1 cart and I am pretty sure i made the right choice. For the reasons stated, on how roms on R4 requiring arm 7 patches, frequent updating etc..
     
  15. badzman

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    I wait until my neck long.
     
  16. stefer

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    My gosh i love my new ez-V. And THANK YOU SHUNY for the save converter!!!!!!!!!!!

    I'm finally enjoying my DS again.
     
  17. vin20

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    sorry guys im a noob but how do you update the sav list. help would be very much appericiated. selda:Ph isnt working at all i just get 2 white screens.

    by the way ez 4 is great this is the first problem ive come across.
     
  18. Seeker108

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    Always good to see someone new i suppose. http://www.zendurl.com/x/xsinthis/ replace the savelist you have with the one from here.

    Your savelist should be in your shell folder.

    Edit: This info is based on EZ V. Not sure about EZ 4...
     
  19. vin20

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    i dont have a shell folder
     
  20. superrab

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    I enjoy my EZV and am quite satisfied with the price of the 3-in-1 bundle it came with. So far the only thing I have had issues with is the download play but that doesn't bother me very much - everything else I have tried to get working has worked without much more than applying a quick patch or updating the save list.

    One of the things that annoyed me the most about my old slot 2 flash cart was that it would stick out of the DS Lite and make it more uncomfortable to put in my pocket. I was pleased that the 3-in-1 not only matches the color of my DS Lite but allows me to have that GBA functionality back along with the rumble and RAM expansion.

    I'll be sticking with the EZV until any of the newer alternatives really offer something that I can't live without.

    I'm also excited to see what the new kernel will have fixed and what it will look like.