Kernel 1.6+

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Dec 16, 2007

Kernel 1.6+ by -=:[L]:=- at 10:15 PM (966 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. -=:[L]:=-
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    Newcomer -=:[L]:=- Newbie

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    I kinda need help on upgrading the kernel to 1.6+.
    I downloaded the ez5kernel071031.zip with the moonshl folder & the ez5updlr.bin in it.
    I thought I could just replace all the stuff in my old moonshell folder with the new one & it's extra features but I didn't know what to do with the ez5upldr.bin I'm sure it's important. I've read the instructions on how to upgrade it but I just don't get what they're saying so I though if someone who has already upgraded to teach me how to set it properly.
     
  2. gigermunit

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    put the ez5upldr.bin in the root of ur card then boot ur ds and before the ezv loads completely hold the r button and follow the instructions on the screen
     
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    Member Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    After you put all those files on your SD card (and your games too) put the card in the EZ-V and load it in your DS. When you are at the screen on your DS that you choose if you boot into a DS game or a GBA game, hold the R button on the DS and touch the EZ-V icon. You should get a simple black screen with some text. It should say something like "ez5updlr.bin found, press R to upgrade." Press R. It'll go through the upgrade process. When it's done it'll say "press R to enter the loader". Do so. Play a game.

    You're done!
     
  4. -=:[L]:=-
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    Thanks a bunch! [​IMG]

    Now I can use the new skins!
    Thanks again.
     

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