The PocketGo Just Got A Whole Lot Better

In my review of the PocketGo the main drawback with the device was linked to a problem which should have been spotted during R&D. The firmware was only capable of driving the LCD at 30hz, meaning that many games suffered from a distracting amount of screen tearing. Whilst it wasn’t obvious in all games, it …

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The JXD S7300, One Month Later

The S7300 from JXD has been available for about a month now, and if you followed the comments from eager pre-orderers you’ll know that whilst the hardware side of it is fairly solid, the stock firmware leaves a lot to be desired. It doesn’t really come as a surprise, does it? Thankfully there are already …

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Letcool N350JP Gets a Firmware Hack

Russian coder lsd_blottr has made a couple of alterations to the stock firmware of the Letcool N350JP and consequently the device now has correct button mappings in the GBA and SNES emulators. Previously the shoulder buttons were mapped to volume control and to use shoulders in game you had to use face buttons instead. Also in the changelog is that the device now automatically returns to LCD mode once the TV cable is unplugged.

The frontend has also been skinned with new artwork, which personally I think looks rather nice. Here’s the boot screen and the main menu:

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