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    Hacking Will installing NSP to SD on emuMMC taint sysMMC OFW?

    Thanks for the quick reply, but could you elaborate more on the NNID issue? I searched a bit and found this: https://www.reddit.com/r/SwitchHacks/comments/c9xfhy/psa_if_youre_not_careful_with_emummc_you_could/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share Are you referring to this? From what I could...
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    Hacking Will installing NSP to SD on emuMMC taint sysMMC OFW?

    For the record I've never ran CFW on sysMMC, I actually deleted that entry from hekate, will NSPs installed on SD show up on sysMMC OFW though? I fear I might get banned from this. I remember back in the 3DS emuNAND days we have a step(format once or something like that?) to make emuNAND use a...
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    Homebrew So, I just got a DSi, but it doesn't have any exploitable games...

    If you can get hardmod, then you can install the exploitable dsiware, like @Multimegamander already told you. old guides will say you need a exploited game to get EMMC CID, with bfCL that's not required anymore.
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    Homebrew [WIP] twlnf, DSi NAND File ... thing ... testers with hardmod wanted

    Like what I said, I didn't touch the FAT handling code, so I'm not able to fix this. Update: is this tool still considered somehow useful in anyway? I've been away for a bit and apparently there's a lot to catch up with like unlaunch and stuff, so I'm not sure if it's worthwhile to invest time...
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    Homebrew [WIP] twlnf, DSi NAND File ... thing ... testers with hardmod wanted

    I've no idea what's causing this, I didn't write any FAT handling code, I simply called fatMount from libnds: https://github.com/Jimmy-Z/twlnf/blob/master/arm9/source/nand.c#L250 I provided an encryption/decryption layer: https://github.com/Jimmy-Z/twlnf/blob/master/arm9/source/nandio.c If the...
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    That list is only a guideline, it's not complete.
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    Good to hear it works for you. If anyone would like to help with document, feel free to send me a pull request on github.
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    Hacking seedminer (single system DSiWare injection)

    The issue tracker is just like a forum, you login, write your comment and hit the button.
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    Hacking seedminer (single system DSiWare injection)

    seedminer ran fine on 965/1060 but not 730, bfcl ran fine on 730, is that right?
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    Hacking seedminer (single system DSiWare injection)

    Thanks, OS version? driver version? Also preferably report on github, I don't want to clutter this thread. auto Thanks but no need to test that test build of bfcl if seedminer runs fine for you.
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    Hacking seedminer (single system DSiWare injection)

    Anyone interested in helping with the "out of resource" error, see this: https://github.com/Jimmy-Z/bfCL/issues/3 If you'd like to make a report, reply to that github issue instead of cluttering this thread.
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    Yes you should, we've gathered some samples, but that's really not a very large collection, I suggest you start with the missing hole 08a17, then expand out on the edges 08a14, 08a22, 08200, 08205... As for the connection between date of the console/emmc, this is really a good point but I...
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    Try this one, I lowered queue length from ~100,000,000 to ~1,000,000 in console_id_bcd mode, again this is a blind fix and I don't know if it will work.
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    No need to do that, even if it works, it's too much trouble.
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    Try this one: https://github.com/Jimmy-Z/bfCL/files/1860621/bfcl-test.zip This is a blind fix so it might not work.
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    I dug out a very old nvidia card from one of my storage boxes, a 9600 GSO, surprisingly it still works, but unfortunately it doesn't support OpenCL. It's listed here: https://www.khronos.org/conformance/adopters/conformant-products/opencl But it looks like current driver doesn't support OpenCL...
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    Sorry, as stated before, I don't have a nvidia GPU, so this might not be fixed in a foreseeable future, if you're impatient, maybe ask a friend with AMD GPU to do this for you. BTW, from the command line you posted, it looks like you don't know your EMMC CID? read this...
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    Homebrew TWLbf - a tool to brute force DSi Console ID or EMMC CID

    This is fixed in https://github.com/Jimmy-Z/bfCL/commit/6db579158477d2aea6285d7861b8837f8b412833 The release package is falling behind, you could compile trunk, or apply the diff to the cl directory. Which part?
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    Homebrew [WIP] twlnf, DSi NAND File ... thing ... testers with hardmod wanted

    Have you tried after charge? Just realized that error message is indeed misleading, 55 aa is expected value, should have printed read value instead.
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