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ace9094

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #40 on: July 15, 2019, 02:23:24 am »
Is the Bittboy 2 / PocketGo an Ingenic device?

If so is there much of a following... Any info, interest or support for the device from the developers on Dingoonity ?

Thanks

ace
Dingoo A320, GCW0, RS-97 x2, Revo-K101, RS-90, PSP, GameGadget, New 3DS 128GB, PS Vita 200GB, RS-45, Gamebox Advance and a few other obscure devices

hiei (OP)

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #41 on: July 15, 2019, 01:53:53 pm »
Is the Bittboy 2 / PocketGo an Ingenic device?

If so is there much of a following... Any info, interest or support for the device from the developers on Dingoonity ?

Thanks

ace

ARM, not related here.

KING_CHODE

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #42 on: July 16, 2019, 06:34:39 am »
The Bittboy is an ARM device, not MIPS like the Ingenic chipsets. The Pocket-Go contains the same chip. This device is also known as the "Miyoo" in China, so you may see it referred to by that name.

There are several threads about it in "Other Game Systems": https://boards.dingoonity.org/other-game-systems/

quadjfet

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #43 on: July 31, 2019, 02:00:03 am »
Hello all,

I am attempting to gather all the JZ4725B devices that are currently easily available to me.

My criteria:
A. Can be bought new, in 2019
B. Sold on Aliexpress, Ebay, or Amazon with shipping to the US (fasttech, gearbest also acceptable but not preferred).
C. Item listing and basic specs need to be in English

So far I've got
 1. RS-90v3
 2. RS-12 Arcade Mini
 3. G100 "Gamekid Advance"
 4. PMP4/Subor RS-94 with IPS

Are there any modern handhelds besides these that are confirmed to have JZ4725B?

If you know of an additional device, please notify me along with a link to a store where the item can be purchased new by westerners, today, in 2019. Looking through the forums, I know there were a whole bunch of these handhelds available some years ago, but I missed out on that first wave. In 2019 I don't want to waste time tracking down EOL hardware. I'd rather put effort towards things that people on this forum can buy today.

Happy hunting!

hiei (OP)

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #44 on: September 26, 2019, 01:41:15 pm »
Updated with some new infos. I am going to update soon with new devices.

salty36

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #45 on: October 13, 2019, 02:51:14 pm »
If i do the cfw using the internal SD Card that came with the console, will the device brick?

Ritmix RZX-50



MAIN THREAD



An handheld once produced in Russia.



Screen: 4.3'' TFT 480x272
CPU: JZ4755 XBurst, 400 MHz, 32-bit
RAM: 64 MB
Internal memory: 4 GB
Battery: 1800 mAh

SOFTWARE

OS:
# CFW - Install Guide
Themes:
# Fontixel
# ComicBook
# Flatro
# SFCmini
# m1024 skins collection
# Grid
# Hakchi
# Windows 98
# Material Design SKIN
# Skins LDK/RG

HARDWARE

Battery:
Any battery that have more power than the stock battery is probably fake.
Screen protector:
You can order a custom screen protector from an online service or buy a pre-made screen protector. The best choice here is a Tempered Glass, otherwise you can still use a PET one.
# //
Protective case:
Generally speaking any DS, DS Lite, DSi or 3DS case should do the trick, more or less. Some of them could be too small or too big.
# Games Console Bag (FUNNYPLAYING)

famouswolfe

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #46 on: January 05, 2020, 08:21:15 pm »
Need to add this bad boy to the list, it's an Ingenic-powered device (pretty much same specs as the RG-350 minus the extra thumbstick).

hiei (OP)

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #47 on: January 06, 2020, 04:51:41 pm »
Yes, I am still working on the guide. I am going to add more content in the next few weeks.

iball

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #48 on: January 06, 2020, 05:18:20 pm »
Yes, I am still working on the guide. I am going to add more content in the next few weeks.
I think the 350H would need it's own section since it's using a different chipset from the RG350/PocketGo2 and the kernel is closed-source.

adventureFAN

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #49 on: January 11, 2020, 07:07:18 pm »
The GKD350H is also a Ingenic Device.
My Handhelds: PS Vita, PSP (1000), New 3DS, NDS lite, GBA SP, GB Micro,
LCL Pi-Boy 3A+, GPD XD (Old), PowKiddy X18, RG350, PlayGo, GKD350H.

Favorite: Odroid Go Advance

gameblabla

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #50 on: January 11, 2020, 08:20:18 pm »
The GKD350H is also a Ingenic Device.
Yup, i was wrong about the clone chip thingy. It is actually an IOT specific ingenic compatible Soc made by ingenic themselves.
I was only able to know this by reading the datasheet.

davidgilmour

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #51 on: January 13, 2020, 09:49:11 pm »

This guide will make life easier to everyone who bought (or at least want to buy) these devices by aggregating in this thread everything needed to obtain the best device possible instead of having lot of sticked threads.

(CLICK ON A DEVICE NAME TO BE REDIRECTED TO ITS RELATIVE POST)

- Ainol Novo 7 Paladin [JZ4770]
- Easy PC E700 (EPCE700) [JZ4730 / JZ4750 / JZ4755]
- GameBox also known as ARCADE BOX GBX-1001 [JZ4755]
- Genesis Gopher 2 (GG2) [JZ4760 / JZ4760B]
- LDK also known as Little Dragon King [JZ4760 / JZ4760B]
- NeoGeo X (NGX) [JZ4770]
- PAP-KIII & PAP Gameta II [JZ4755]
- PAP KIII Plus & PAP-KIIIS [JZ4760]
- PMP-2 (PMP-II) [JZ4725B]
- PMP-2S (PMP-IIS) [JZ4725B]
- PMP-4 (PMP-IV) [JZ4725B]
- PMP-4S (PMP-IVS) [JZ4725B]
- PMP-5 (PMP-V) [JZ4725B]
- PMP-6 (PMP-VI) [JZ4725B]
- Retro Arcade also known as RS-07 [JZ4760B]
- Retro Arcade MINI also known as RS-12 [JZ4725B]
- RetroGame (RG) also known as RS-97 [JZ4760 / JZ4760B]
- RetroGame Plus (RG+) also known as RS-97 Plus [JZ4760B]
- RetroMini (RM) also known as RS-90 [JZ4725B]
- RG-300 [JZ4760B]
- RG-350 [JZ4770]
- Ritmix RZX-50 also known as R480 [JZ4755]
- X-Game also known as RS-89 & X-Game PRO also known as RS-43 [JZ4760 / JZ4760B]




There are also devices with Ingenic inside that are in a repro GBA or GBA SP shell. They aren't included here because they are almost a fraud. Anyway, for more informations on those units visit this thread: Nintendo GBA & GPA SP Clones (SHELL) with Ingenic inside.




FAQ:

What about other devices not included in the list?
If they aren't included in this list they don't belong here or they haven't been added yet. Anyway every Ingenic JZ47xx device will be listed here except each one that already own a section (Ben Nanonote, Dingoo A320/A330/A380, GameGadget, GCW Zero, Gemei x760+/Gemei A330).
Every device listed here has a Custom Firmware?
Not necessarily, however devices with a CFW will surely be included in this list.
What I need to do before flashing a CFW on my device?
When they come with internal/external SD you should definitely use one of your SD (a good quality one if possible) instead of the one that comes with the device. Otherwise if the device doesn't need an SD you have not so much to worry about, just use common sense and take a backup before flashing the OS.
Are there some trusted stores to buy these kind of devices?
It depends on what you mean for "trusted". Rarely who produce this devices also directly sells them, so it's up to you to choose which store to trust.





For additional informations visit Steward's website and Jutleys' website.
If you want to read an interesting blog visits Obscure Handhelds.
There are also two Discord Chat (1, 2) where you can talk about this kind of devices.

This is a work in progress guide, if you have suggestion to improve the guide just write it up here!

Awesome list! Thanks.
« Last Edit: January 13, 2020, 09:50:42 pm by davidgilmour »

hiei (OP)

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #52 on: January 14, 2020, 07:40:14 pm »
RG-300





The RG-300 is an handheld with a shell reminiscent of a Gameboy with the addition of L and R buttons.

/!\ THERE ARE DIFFERENT VERSION OF THE RG-300, THEY ARE NOT THE SAME, YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW WHICH ONE YOU OWN TO FLASH THE CORRECT FIRMWARE, BE AWARE OF THIS /!\

There are actually three versions of this handheld: two of them uses an ips display and the other one don't.



Screen:  3inch 320x480
CPU: JZ4760B mips 528mhz-740mhz
RAM: 128M DDR2
Internal memory: 16GB
Battery: BP-5L 1800 Mah

SOFTWARE

OS:
# RetroFW
Emulators & Ports:
# General Releases Thread (RetroGame / LDK)
# gameblabla's repository
# GMU (MUSIC PLAYER)
Themes:
# Fontixel
# ComicBook
# Flatro
# SFCmini
# m1024 skins collection
# Grid
# Hakchi
# Windows 98
# Retrowave
# Material Design SKIN
# Skins LDK/RG
Other:
# RetroFW - Developer Support
# RetroFW Roadmap
# GMenuNX ROM Screenshot Preview GUIDE

HARDWARE

Protective case:
Generally speaking any DS, DS Lite, DSi or 3DS case should do the trick, more or less. Some of them could be too small or too big.
# Shockproof Carrying Case
For more advices visit: LINK
« Last Edit: January 15, 2020, 08:33:39 am by hiei »

hiei (OP)

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #53 on: January 14, 2020, 08:11:08 pm »
RG-350



MAIN THREAD



The RG-350 is a powerful handheld using the JZ4770. Like the PlayGo it is one of the main spiritual successor of the GCW Zero.



Screen: 3.5 IPS inches 320x240
CPU: JZ4770 mips 1ghz
RAM: 512M DDR2
Internal memory: 16GB
Battery: Replaceable  2500 mAh

SOFTWARE

OS:
# OpenRGH - Rogue CFW
For more infos visit: LINK
Emulators & Ports:
# Software List

HARDWARE

Protective case:
Generally speaking any DS, DS Lite, DSi or 3DS case should do the trick, more or less. Some of them could be too small or too big.
# ANBERNIC Protection Bag
# RetroGame Protective Bag
# TSINGO Protection Bag
« Last Edit: January 15, 2020, 09:29:15 am by hiei »

hiei (OP)

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #54 on: January 14, 2020, 09:00:22 pm »
PlayGo





The PlayGo is a powerful handheld using the JZ4770. Like the RG-350 it is one of the main spiritual successor of the GCW Zero. It is also known as PocketGo V2 and Miyoo MAX.



Screen 3.5" IPS Panel 320x240
CPU JZ4770 Single-Core - 1.00Ghz
RAM: 512MB DDR2
Storage: 32GB
Storage Expansion: Micro SD Card Slot (For up-to 128GB)
Battery: Li-Ion BM20 2000mAh

SOFTWARE

OS:
# OpenRGH - Rogue CFW
For more infos visit: LINK
Emulators & Ports:
# Software List

HARDWARE

Protective case:
Generally speaking any DS, DS Lite, DSi or 3DS case should do the trick, more or less. Some of them could be too small or too big.
# ANBERNIC Protection Bag
# RetroGame Protective Bag
# TSINGO Protection Bag
# Shockproof Case
For more infos visit: LINK
« Last Edit: January 15, 2020, 09:28:42 am by hiei »

hiei (OP)

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Re: Ingenic Devices Guide
« Reply #55 on: January 15, 2020, 09:02:42 am »
GKD-350H





The GKD-350H is a very powerful device using the X1830. Like the RG-350 and the PlayGo it is one of the spiritual successor of the GCW Zero.



Screen: 3.5 IPS inches 320x240
CPU: Ingenic X1830 1.5ghz- 1.6ghz
RAM: 128M
Internal memory: 16GB
Battery: Replaceable 2300 mAh

SOFTWARE

OS:
# CFW
Emulators & Ports:
# Software List
# gameblabla's repository

HARDWARE

Protective case:
Generally speaking any DS, DS Lite, DSi or 3DS case should do the trick, more or less. Some of them could be too small or too big.
# ANBERNIC Protection Bag
# RetroGame Protective Bag
# TSINGO Protection Bag

 

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