The new PowKiddy RGB10 Max 3 Pro is an affordable and powerful handheld, and can run Linux-based custom operating systems like JELOS. But along with its potential to be a standout budget device, it has had quite a bumpy launch. In this video we’ll go over all the things I like about this handheld, how to update its operating system, and some of the shortcomings that even community software can’t fix.

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Custom firmwares for the device:
The Retro Arena:
PickleOS (Android):

WiFi dongle:
PowKiddy X55:

00:00 introduction
02:56 tech specs and pricing
04:16 history lesson
07:25 unboxing and impressions
08:30 d-pad and controls
12:43 size and weight comparisons
16:41 The Retro Arena OS
19:06 how to install JELOS
26:09 how to update JELOS
29:33 software introduction
30:38 dealbreakers
34:29 emulation testing
41:36 summary (likes and dislikes)
45:55 reasons to avoid this device
47:23 conclusion

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