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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by AllenHirai, Aug 8, 2017.
look at his name . . . what did you expect ? . . .
People still play kid icarus online?
I may have to wish and hope nintendo does a switch port.
Anyway, I think people care enough about online modes in 3DS games here. Obviously someone started a thread asking how to unban, so I mean while opinions are cool and everything, how bout keeping it civil for GBATemp sake? (One month please? No problems? Too much to ask over 100,000 members)
Or cheat on smash bros and beat little kids up!!
Disabling the “Show friends what you’re playing" isn't needed. You won't get banned if you have it enabled. So far I haven't been banned with my main N3DS the last couple ban waves. My O3DS was ban because of spotpass was on. If you inject a public local friend code seed, expect to get banned all the time.
And several were unable to, as well. Mario Kart was the only 3DS game I own I couldn't play online.
Idk, haven't played KI:U in a while but it's still an amazing game
Disabling it doesn't matter anyway. The info is still sent to Nintendo, only your friends won't see it.
Anything you run on your 3DS while online is logged on their servers, regardless of settings.
if you use the 3dsx they can't ban you and if your going to pirate early a game turn the wifi off untill the game comes out and do not play online
Do you have any technical info to back up that claim? Like a stream-catching log that some people worked on for checking when the 3DS sends data to the servers?
I want to say that it would make sense for Nintendo to have the log of software used, regardless of privacy settings.
Of course, at the same time just seems like a lot of work.
Yep, it does really make sense. However, @The Real Jdbye is saying it as a fact. Just want to know the techy details behind it all.
Public Seed here. Still not banned
Someone did log the traffic and posted the results on the forum, that's how I know.
I can't be arsed to dig up the post though, it was buried in a thread.
I have still remained unbanned after all of this time. Ive been playing smash bros happily with my friend that just got a 3ds. I just recently uninstalled all of the homebrew from my homemenu and am using youtube as a base for 3dsx format stuff. 8.1.1 Luma's Rosalina is so stable compared to 8.0/8.1's. What homebrew isnt in 3dsx format??? Everything I've seen has a 3dsx format.
What @Freya has said is basically all that you can do to prevent yourself from being banned...
I'm actually surprised that I am still not banned yet. I see it coming eventually, but I havent touched homebrew for a very long time. Like a year before this ban wave has happened. So that could be a big reason why. Ive had all of those settings off since I touched this thing. I cross my fingers every time I boot this thing up
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@The Real Jdbye https://gbatemp.net/threads/update-regarding-the-recent-3ds-banwave.471781/ has the info that explains what is sent and how to avoid the bans. (For whoever asked that question) lol
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Was this a public seed ban or a private seed (the seed that came with your console) ban? If this is your first ban then it's a private ban which could be connected to a new wave or you did something to piss off Nintendo individually.
It was private and all I do is play rpgs and i don't cheat
Either way, youre banned. So you had to have done something that triggered the ban. Playing online with homebrew will do that to ya. Or custom games. Anything with a fake title id.
Did you have spotpass on or off?
I guess there’s less point in this if you are using public seed, considering that some of the users surely not doing this.