Using the EZ Flash IV(lite) and EZPass 3...

Discussion in 'Other Flashing Hardware & Software' started by ZuluEdison, Dec 17, 2006.

Dec 17, 2006
  1. ZuluEdison
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    This sounds like the best set up to use if you want to avoid flashing your ds, correct?

    How much does the battery life of the ds decrease when using this set-up?

    i know the ezflash uses micro-sd cards, and i was wondering what size cards hold about roughly how many games?

    thanks for your help with any of these questions!
     
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    It's a good and logical setup. Depending on the size of the games you put on a card you can get few or many games on one microSD card. I have a 1 gig card and currently have over 12 games on it. The smallest game is 16MB and they go 32, 64 and 128 from there. The EZ client automatically trims them down a bit, so that helps.

    The battery life is about half. Sounds harsh, but that's still better than the PSP.

    If I were you I would wait for some reviews of the "Slot-1" only solutions. That way you don't need two pieces of hardware and the battery life and compatibility might be better.

    Wait a month or so and see if the slot 1 cards currently on the portal page turn out to be worth it.
     
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    thanks for the prompt reply.

    the only reason i'm really interestd in getting this set-up, is so that i could play gba games as well. i am/was under the impression that by using a slot 1 card, you could only play ds games, correct?
     
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    Member azndragonguy115 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    that is true


    ez4 is probally the best solution for GBA and DS with it GBA being around 100% and DS is the weakest of teh three big ones(EZ4, M3, Supercard) it is still rather good with pretty high compatibilty
     
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    k, i thought so.

    i guess that leads me to my next question, i keep seeing the same compatability list, but the games that have problems, seem to be pokemon rush, and some other game i've never heard of. i take it, that this list is not the list for the ezflash4, and i was wondering if that list is floating about somewhere?
     
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    thankyou kindly!
     

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