FBI is an open source file and title manager. Features Available as a CIA, 3DS, and 3DSX. To use the 3DSX version, either ensure the required services are accessible, such as through Luma3DS's access patching option, or run a kernel exploit beforehand, such as fasthax or waithax. Browse and modify SD, TWL photos, TWL sounds, save data, and ext save data. Browse and modify CTR NAND, TWL NAND, and system save data, and dump the raw NAND image to "sdmc:/NAND.bin". (CIA/3DS ONLY) Delete, copy, and paste files and directories. Export, import, and delete save data secure values. Launch titles installed to the system. (CIA/3DS ONLY) Install and uninstall titles from a file system, over HTTP with a URL or QR code, or from the CDN if you have the title's ticket installed. Install and uninstall tickets from a file system or over HTTP with a URL or QR code. Browse and delete pending titles (downloaded updates, in-progress eShop titles, etc). Customize appearance by placing replacements for RomFS resources in "sdmc:/fbi/theme/". servefiles servefiles is a Python script included with FBI for serving CIA files via a local HTTP server and sending the URLs to FBI over the network. See the included "README.md" file for more information. For Android users, a modified version of servefiles made by DMSalesman can be found here. Screenshot(s) Warning: Spoilers inside! Downloads FBI Binaries: https://github.com/Steveice10/FBI/releases Source: https://github.com/Steveice10/FBI FAQ Q: Can I install any CIA I want? A: In order to install unsigned/custom CIAs, you must be running a CFW with signature patches. Otherwise, you can only install legitimate, signed CIAs. Q: FBI is failing to boot or has issues as a 3DSX! A: On Luma3DS 8.0 and above, if you are experiencing issues accessing the NAND using the 3DSX version, enable ARM9 access patching in the Luma3DS settings. On lower versions of Luma3DS or in other environments altogether, in order to use the 3DSX version, either ensure the required services are accessible, such as through Luma3DS's access patching option, or run a kernel exploit beforehand, such as fasthax or waithax.