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Even if it were possible, putting a bigger SD in the console is much simpler
Why is that?
You don't necessarily need to use an R4 to install CFW, you can use Fredminer or Frogminer instead (if you don't want to risk flashing your...
That still wouldn't work with a bricked DS mode tho.
Also compatibility isn't the best
The best way to run homebrew on later system versions is to install CFW and run it from there, since most applications either require permissions...
Just download the Luma3DS file and place it on the SD.
After you confirm it works, we can also tell you how to restore all the needed stuff on the SD
Ntrboot is the easiest option, and it can be as cheap as $10
If you're running the latest Luma3DS, updating is 100% safe
Pressing Home will almost certainly bring up errdisp, making the whole process fail
Yes try connecting it to the internet and see if it logs out automatically. It's not dangerous with cfw
Or use the godmode9 script that does the same thing
The only thing is, after formatting, apps like the hbl and FBI would also be gone, so the buyer would have to follow the Finalizing Setup page...
No. It might be just a bit, but it's still far easier than how it was back in the A9LH days
You can just update to 11.9 and use Frogminer or Fredminer (the latter is easier. It's not optimal on EUR consoles, but yours is probably USA so...
For Luma you can use the Luma updater, and some apps (like FBI, remember to update that too) have a built in updater, but you need to manually...
If it's already enabled by default, then it's already making the game faster :P
Some games (like MHXX) enable it by default on the N3DS
Interesting, I wonder if that process can somehow be killed in order to free up the core and increase performance.
I also wonder if that affects...
AFAIK that's not true, the N3DS has 4 cores, one of which is reserved to the OS and the other 3 to the game regardless of 3D, it wouldn't make...