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New EZ-Flash announced EZ-Flash Reform

#1 User is offline JaxTH 

Posted 23 October 2017 - 08:36 PM

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After the launch of powerful EZ4Kernel V2 series, EZTEAM released the successor of EZ-FLASH IV, we named it EZ-FLASH Reform.
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We've put huge effort on reducing the PCB size significantly. With the spare case in the box, you can easily change the card size to suit all GBA compatible consoles in you hands.
Reform's battery is replaceable now, you can easily buy the new CR1220 battery on the internet.

As the successor of EZ-FLASH IV, Reform works similar with EZ-FLASH IV and uses the new EZ4Kernel V2.


http://www.ezflash.c...form-announced/

From what I understand the highest it can hold is a 32 gig card. Wish it was 64, but whatever.

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Posted 23 October 2017 - 09:07 PM

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why don't these flashcards use NAND-backed memory instead of battery-backed memory

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