The 3D-printed grips in this video can transform the ergonomics of your device, and they ship worldwide. Current models include options for the RG350, RG350P, RG350M, RG280V, RG351P, RG351M, RG351V, and RG351MP devices.
Buy them here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/3DPrintingLennard/
Also on eBay: https://ebay.us/qe1qu5
I’m also giving away the following units:
RG280V (silver 80%)
RG350M/RG350P/RG351MP (orange transparent)
RG350M/RG350P/RG351MP (red transparent)
RG350 (green transparent)
Enter the giveaway here
Print your own with the Lupus Worax designs
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Let’s look at the four ways you can transfer files to and from your device. This guide applies to all RK3326-based devices, like the Anbernic RG351 series, PowKiddy RGB10/20, ODROID Go Advance/Super devices, and so on.
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Last updated 24JAN2021 (see Changelog for details)
The stock operating system found on the RG351P, which is a modified version of EmuELEC, is a little different from those found on other devices. For example, the RG350 devices have two SD cards — one that holds the operating system, and another for game files. The Retroid Pocket 2 has internal storage for the operating system, and one SD card for all of your game files.
The RG351P has just one single SD card, and it contains both the operating system AND your game files. This is advantageous if you don’t want to have multiple SD cards to deal with, but it also has one big disadvantage: if you mess up that SD card, you lose BOTH your operating system and your game files.
So this guide will show you how to back up the modified EmuELEC on your current stock SD card, and how to also install a fresh version of the software onto a new card.
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Pictured: early mockup of the RG351 from June 2020
An official trailer for the Anbernic RG351 was released yesterday, and features some concrete details on this upcoming device. There have been several leaked and early look pictures of the device, but this is what we know so far, based on the video below:
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