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Maximus Lizard Standalone Mode Released

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#1
The Lizard standalone mode is now out of beta testing and new Lizard Toolbox, Firmware, and SD card files are available for download from the Maximus Lizard website. link

There are also a few instructional files available as well. My Lizard updated with no problems...time to go test. :)

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#2
is this completely solder-less and do I need to purchase anything else with it?
#3
Originally posted by Torry46:
is this completely solder-less and do I need to purchase anything else with it?
yes its solder less easy to use
#4
did my 1st test with lizard worked like a charm,i even like that u can also hook it up to pc and get ur bins off also
#5
Originally posted by infam0us:
Originally posted by Torry46:
is this completely solder-less and do I need to purchase anything else with it?
yes its solder less easy to use
"does he need to purchase anything else with it" I'm curious as well -thanks

No time for Leap frog!!!
#6
No, theres no need to purchase anything else with it. Except for a micro sd card if you wish to use standalone mode. That is optional. For more information visit

http://www.360lizard.com/website/index.php
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