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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Reisyukaku, Aug 5, 2015.
I assume you use menuhax?
I can't remember it was that long ago I did it. I have it set up to load automatically. I initially set up with browserhax I think it was. Now it just does it automatically cause of the way I set it up at the time.
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Something like that. Or browserhax. It was so long ago all I know is when I switch on my 3DS it will automatically load into ReiNAND.
Menuhax boots up automatically (for the most part.) So I can say you aren't using browserhax anymore to enter your CFW.
I thought i'd be updating code fairly rapidly hence why i didn't make a release just yet after the 11.3 support, but some serious IRL shit came up within the last week and it aint getting better, so idk when i'll have time to casually program. So I just uploaded @CrimsonMaple 's zip to the git releases to prevent further confusion.
I assume you use MenuHax or some other form of *hax to boot ReiNAND?
Posted a thread for the issue below but not been able to resolve. Any ideas?
I tested out the BootNTR Selector while my N3DS was on 11.2 earlier today and it was working fine. Having since upgraded to 11.3 (to play online) the system tends to crash whenever I try to load anything NTR related.
Using this link: https://github.com/44670/BootNTR/releases I have updated the ntr.zip file from the "NTR CFW 3.4 Preview6" heading and the BootNTR.cia file from the "NTR CFW 3.4 Preview5 and BootNTR 3.1" heading. I'm using BootNTR Selector which is up to date on 2.7.2.
Can someone please clarify where I'm going wrong? Thanks.
NTR is broken due to the lack of SVCBackdoor on RN.
Is this a ReiNAND exclusive issue? If so, what would be the best CFW to resolve this? Would A9LH be a good idea?
Yes, best cfw to resolve this is up to you. A9LH is always a good idea.
A9LH will save you a bunch of headaches, and it's now easier to do than before. A few years ago, Arm9 was pretty risky (but worth it), but now it's almost completely safe. The only risk would be not naming files right and putting files in the wrong place, so if you want to do it, please read each step slowly and carefully.
Hacking the 3DS for Luma3DS from another CFW is best done with a clean micro-SD Card, right?
>Few years ago
Um, we still had to do a EmuNAND setup... I wouldn't at all call it "worth it"
What? We don't have to do any form of emuNAND setup. Setting up A9LH no longer requires an emuNAND and CFW protection no longer requires an emuNAND.
I know, I said that in the past, we still had to use EmuNAND.
Ohh~ I misread your post. That was my bad.
Its alright. It happens to the best of us.
I still remember my first A9LH install. It took over 5 hours to finish
I recall this was indeed the case based on the old method of installing Luma3DS in 3DS.
Luma3DS has always taken only a few seconds to setup. This was the case for installing A9LH
Okay, so, I think I may have made a huge mistake. I have ReiNAND installed with A9LH on a n3DS and I just did a system update and now it won't boot past the splash screen... Any ideas on how to fix this if it's possible?