New Nintendo 3DS- version 9.9 firmware, Australian stock.
Which entrypoints can I use? From there, once homebrew is booted, what would you recommend for downgrading? Links to guides that will actually work (I.E. NOT BRICK my machine)?
Thanks in advance, family
This doesn't really answer my question. Where's the entrypoint on 10.3 that everyone's talking about? This guide is surely outdated- I just updated my New3DS to 10.3 to transfer over my old system data, so is it that I'm literally screwed if I don't have Linux? The fuck?
>grab aqua blue 3ds after not using it since July or so
>get sd ready for hack
>circle pad grey cover falls apart out of fucking nowhere
>R button doesn't work anymore who the fuck knows why, it worked fine last time I used it
>get all the shit into the sd card
>can't go to process unless I update firmware, otherwise the web browser won't launch
This is a fucking signal. Don't tell me it is not, because it fucking is.
okay i need help with this shit, the absolute clusterfuck of different tools, exploits, firmware and models is confusing as fuck
i have an Old3DS running version 9.2
last night i managed to use browserhax and boot the homebrew menu, after that i used emunand9 (?) to format my SD card with the homebrew starter pack
what steps do i have left to be able to run ROMs?
i read something about installing rxTools or CakesFW but they keep taling about MSET or Spider or some shit
is there a way to boot into homebrew menu without using browserhack?
Fantastic news! Could you please link me to it?
Scratch that, I'm retarded. Must be late.
Here you are:
If it doesn't work at first, try clearing your browser save and trying again.
New 3DS, v10.3. Australian stock. I'm OP- I just updated and system transferred it.
I already have Ironfall, the original version, too.
Which entrypoint should I ACTUALLY use? Links?
Ok faggot, I am gonna spoonfeed you so listen up. Once you are on 9.2, go to gateway and grab the latest launcher, put it on you SD card. then use the gateway web browser exploit to launch it. Then install emunand. Once you are in emunand, MAKE SURE you see the letters GW in the Firmware in system settings. Exit, and place rxtools on the sd card. This is a title manager that allows you to install .cia game files on you system like you downloaded it from e-shop.
Also, grab the starter pack from here:
Browserhax won't launch without it.
The ironhax installer is bundled with that as well, so provided you have the first release of ironfall, you should be able to install the hax immediately
Sounds pretty good. By the way, isn't it not recommended to update your Emunand if you're on New3DS? I heard some people talking about 10.3 emunand being safe for Old3DS, but nothing above 9.5 being safe for New3DS. Is this true?
>Tfw so inept that I have to wait until a video walkthrough is released before I'll tinker with my system
I'm on O3DS so it's all good for me.
Fixes some bug/glitches that you might get. Also lets you have latest firmware on your hacked side while your system side stays on exploitable firmware.
Gives you two Systems. One is the innate system that runs in the NAND chip that is installed inside the 3DS, called SysNAND. Unlinking your NANDs creates a second, virtual NAND chip that lives in your SD card. It tricks the system into treating the SD card like a piece of internal hardware, allowing you to boot an emulated system version with hacks running inside it. In essence, it lets your system keep its original system running and, without overwriting said system, allows it to boot into a second, different system which resides in the SD card. Because they become two separate consoles in the mind of Nintendo, this is referred to as "unlinking" the NANDs.
The EmuNAND is what people call a "custom firmware" or cfw. (Technically it's what RUNS the custom firmware but apples and oranges.)
Yes. The reason is that they do completely different things. Just follow instructions to the letter. Admit you don't know what you're talking about and maybe you'll come through the other end unscathed.