Save list update

Discussion in 'EZ-Flash' started by superkris, Nov 29, 2007.

Nov 29, 2007

Save list update by superkris at 5:20 PM (810 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. superkris
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    Member superkris GBAtemp Regular

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    Can anyone update the savelist for the EZ5 with the latest releases please?

    Or even better show me how to do it?

    Thanks a lot

    (P.S. don't tell me tu update the kernel, I hate the new one!!)
     
  2. FAST6191

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    Can I assume you are using the 1.5 "beta" instead of the 1.6 line?

    I have not been around the savelist since I first messed around with it (prior to the 3 in 1 launch and so the rumble stuff) so I may not be the best person for the job but have a look around the savelist thread on the sosuke.com forums there were a few tools to convert CSV to the list and such.
    http://ezflash.sosuke.com/viewtopic.php?p=29613#29613
     
  3. superkris
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    Thanks I do remember seeing you on the EZ forums

    I think I use the kernel before the 1.5 Beta, why cange something that works fine!!

    I will try the program you recommand but I'm understanding how to use it...

    EDIT: It SO simple...I just want to know, what are the letters in the diffrent entry?
    is it the CRC? or CCR? or what ever that number is
    (I think CCR is a music group so it must ne CRC?) [​IMG]

    Thanks
     
  4. Hooya

    Member Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    CRC is simply a number that lets you verify the integrity of a file. If you have a tool to check the CRC (which is essentially unique for every file) of a file and compare it to what it's supposed to be according to your source, you can verify that the file is exactly the same as what you were supposed to get.

    Make sense?

    In general though you shouldn't need to worry about it.
     
  5. Xsinthis

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    I have been keeping a regularly updated savelist lately on the sosuke forums(english).
     

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