You’ve got your EZ Flash Omega in the house, left a review 😌, and lollygagged ready to revisit those fat games of yesteryear. Fortunately, the EZ Flash Omega flash card is easy to use. Compared to its competitors, the EZ Flash Omega is almost plug and play. Within a few steps, your favorite roms are on it. Read here how you do it. What do you need? A EZ Flash Omega by rinku retro of course. A Micro SD card reader that fits into your computer. A Micro SD card between 2GB and 32GB. The latest firmware kernel (download here from the official EZ Flash website). For the cheaters: The Cheat Library (download here from the official EZ Flash website). And finally, also optional, the Thumbnail Pack. For when you want to see thumbnails of your games (download here from the official EZ Flash website). Micro SD ready Note: If you have a Micro SD card from rinku retro, then you do not need to format your card first. Use Disk Utility on MacOS or Disk Management on Windows to format your Micro SD card to the correct type. The correct type depends on the size of your card. After your card is formatted correctly download the latest EZ Flash Omega kernel firmware, the cheat library and the thumbnails. You can download these three files here under the EZ Flash Omega tab. Unzip the files and place them on the Micro SD card. Now create the following folders on the Mico SD card: GBA, GB, GBC and NES. Now put your roms in the corresponding folder. Now everything is on your Micro SD card! Safely remove the card from the card reader and insert it into the EZ Flash Omega. Insert your EZ Flash Omega into your Game Boy Advance or DS Lite and start it up. Have fun!