Nintendo 3DS Hack Compilation

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Roguezz, Jan 1, 2013.

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What do you think about this "hack"?

It's all a hoax! 52 vote(s) 9.5%
It's true! It took almost two years, but WE WIIIIIINNNNN!!!! 243 vote(s) 44.3%
Umm....it might all be a marketing stunt by the big N? 15 vote(s) 2.7%
It's probably real, but it might not be able to launch homebrew or roms... 180 vote(s) 32.8%
I don't care. -.- 58 vote(s) 10.6%
Jan 1, 2013

Nintendo 3DS Hack Compilation by Roguezz at 5:11 AM (558,226 Views / 38 Likes) 1,247 Comments

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    ground GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    for loading homebrew which nobody can make ATM (that is why the exploit is useless right new(for the not devs))


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    If this can make a 3DS region-free for me that is more than enough reason to buy one.
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    amansg Newbie

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    Be ashamed, all you care is about piracy, this is what will ruin the 3ds but im all for the hack to get rid of the region lock
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    Jayro MediCat DVD Developer

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    I'm just hoping it's not going to be the same cat and mouse game that every other firmware update can patch. I'm hoping the exploit leads to some kind of anti-updating mechanism, so we can block official updates much like the Wii blocks Disc updates. That way when we've got the green flag to update, we can do it manually, like with the PSP.
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    McHaggis Fackin' Troller

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    If it's anything like the Wii, they'll probably try and block it a few times and then give up. You might say they've learned from the Wii, but their online strategy says otherwise, right?
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    Jayro MediCat DVD Developer

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    Here's to hoping. :D
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    the_randomizer The Temp's official fox whisperer

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    Nintendo can't force-update the system if you disable the wireless, now can they? If we can block updates with the hack, we'll be set and be able to play any game we want!
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    I just want to Region-lock gone, So tired of seeing so many awesome Japanese titles and know I have to buy a another 3DS just to play them -_-
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    Theconejo GBAtemp Regular

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    Thanks for this thread. The "we hacked it" thread is super long and continues to gain pages every time I check the site. Will be checking page 1 here from now on. Unless an odd interesting thread gets posted.
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    I honestly can't think of a single system that was actually ruined by the piracy. Hell the wii probably had one of the highest piracy rates around and has top sales to show for it, PSP also got good sales as well as the 360 (although less pirated). What i look forward to is playing gamecube games on my 3ds however.
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    Roguezz Siren

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    No problem, I probably won't have as many updates at least until next week.
    Good luck bud.
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    Kikirini Zelda Fangirl

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    While Gamecube games on the 3DS would be amazing, I'm pretty sure you'd have better luck shelling out a grand to have a portable gamecube made for you...
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    henn64 Hey Dood

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    People make portable crap like that all the time.



    All seriously legit.
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    Kikirini Zelda Fangirl

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    Did I say it wasn't legit? =/
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    henn64 Hey Dood

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    It's to PREVENT you from saying they weren't legit.
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    Kikirini Zelda Fangirl

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    Oh, and that makes so much more sense.

    Since the point of my post went way over your head, I'll simplify. No one expects N64 emulation to work well on a 3DS, so Gamecube emulation is likely out of the question. Therefore, your best bet is either play it on a Gamecube (or Wii U, if it ever happens), or if you prefer it to be portable, then get a custom portable GC.
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    Thorhian My CPU's prefer Water

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    Why the heck would you think you could play a gamecube game on a 3ds? I mean, unless it was turned into a 3DS game, then that would be impossible.

    Oh sorry, sarcasm, please ignore
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    Shubshub The Shubinator

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    When you say sign a Save do you mean the ROM data?
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    Isle41 Way lazy

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    No, the save data.
    AFAIK, the Roms and Saves are usually separate.

    Though I'm not 100% sure about how that works on the 3DS.
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    Shubshub The Shubinator

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    Then how would signing save data let us run Homebrew and stuff?

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