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Introducing the EZ-FLASH REDUX

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By GaryOPA on Nov 13, 2016 at 11:58 AM
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    The newest member in the EZ-FLASH Family

    The long-time flashcart team called 'EZ-FLASH', most famous for their Flash IV to run Gameboy Advance ROM backups on the Nintendo DS, have finally cracked into the hot 3DS handheld market, releasing the EZ-FLASH REDUX with Gateway-like features.

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    FEATURES:
    • The first MicroSD card side plug design in the market
    • Support all region 3DS console up to v10.7
    • Firmware upgradable
    • Multi-ROM support
    • A9LH compatible
    • SDHC/SDXC support, maximum capacity up to 128GB
    • FAT32/exFAT support
    • SysNAND backup
    • EmuNAND support
    • Homebrew compatible
    • EZ-FLASH decades quality guarantee


    We don't have more info on this new product yet, but the above feature list looks very much like its an Gateway 3DS Clone, so if its just a modified 'launcher.dat' it might not be worth buying, due to 'bricking' or 'non-working updates' in the future, but we hope to get an unit in for up-close review soon, and then we will report back more on how it works, if its their own 'launching design/software', it might be worth it, since the team has famous history and support from their days of doing Flash IV for Gameboy Advance ROM's, etc.

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    (Click the thumbs, to see up-close views of Redux!)

    OFFICIAL SITE: REDUX (via) EZ-FLASH
     
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      sure you dont mean the ez flash 5 for ds? the ez-flash4 was for the gba and a horrid thing, every rom had to be patched pc side before transfering to sd card and it was a total pita to use before we even get to its 2gb max size and using MINI sd's not micro.
       
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      Yeah some of their EZ-Flash products were a 'read turd' that was not worth it.

      I have confirmed a review unit is coming in, so we will see soon how great or bad this one is.

      They claim its their own 'software' not based on Gateway, so that might be good sign, no chance of bricking.

      But the key thing either way is how simple is their A9LH install, even Gateway is behind compared to FREE Luma3DS CFW setups.
       
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      You both have a very short memory, the EZ4 was by far the best flash card you could get for the GBA, as it could load from the SD as well as load roms into XOR for maximum speed. You are probably thinking of the Supercard, which was bigger than a GBA cartridge and pretty cheaply made.

      Micro SDs were not even around back then!
       
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      the m3 perfect was the best gba era flashcard, the ez v 3 in 1 was superb but designed to work with a slot 1 ds flashcart on the gba sp it was useless other than playing a single rom flashed to the nor memory on a ds but the 4 was a bit of a clunker honestly, i have one sat here (retired), my ez5 however is still used in my ds to this day, great bit of kit
       

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