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  1. DanTheMan827

    Homebrew Question Amiibo NFC tag page 23

    I was looking at the wiki entry for the amiibo NFC tag data and I saw that page 23 of the NFC tag is listed as being unknown, has anyone figured out what data is stored in this page?
  2. DanTheMan827

    Homebrew 3DS Theme Parser

    I made this a while ago for something else, but I figured some people might find it useful https://www.npmjs.com/package/3ds-theme-parser It's a tool to extract the data from a 3DS theme file, this includes images and sound files along with a json file with all the theme colors. It's written...
  3. DanTheMan827

    Hardware What is the difference between spoofed and official amiibo?

    When I say spoofed, I'm not talking about a bin written to a blank NTAG215, I'm talking about actually modifying the bin to be a completely different amiibo. An example is the Majora's Mask link, that isn't even available and yet people have made bin files for it.
  4. DanTheMan827

    Hacking H3 Files?

    Is there any better way to detect if an app file has a corresponding h3 file on NUS rather than checking the server if they exist? I saw something about if the content type in the TMD is 0x2003 that it has one but that doesn't appear to always be the case...
  5. DanTheMan827

    Hacking [Release] - uTikDownloadHelper

    I have decided to discontinue work on this and delete the project from GitHub, please respect this decision.
  6. DanTheMan827

    Hardware Glass Screen Protector?

    I see that IntelliArmor has their IntelliGLASS screen protector for the Wii U but I'm not so sure how well that would work with the Wii U having a resistive touch screen... I like their glass screen protectors because it's almost impossible to scratch them and they have free replacements if you...
  7. DanTheMan827

    Homebrew Possible to backup ticket files without A9LH?

    I was thinking about making an app that would "hide" games on the home menu by temporarily deleting the ticket for that game and re-installing it when making it visible again. This would allow people to hide games (without deleting them) in order to bypass the limit of icons on the home menu...
  8. DanTheMan827

    Homebrew [Release] tikSweep - Remove Unused Tickets

    tikSweep is a small utility I made that will remove any ticket files that are not being used. This is useful if you've tried something that batch installed tickets and then decided you want to remove these ticket files. Even if you haven't used either of those apps you may still have unused...
  9. DanTheMan827

    Homebrew [Release] tikShop - Install tickets and launch the eShop

    I have decided to discontinue work on this and delete the project from GitHub, please respect this decision.
  10. DanTheMan827

    Homebrew [Request] Color Temperature Adjustment

    I don't even know if this is possible but if it is it would be a very useful thing for some people... My N3DS XL has a very blue top screen and a "normal" bottom screen It would be very nice to somehow correct this color difference
  11. DanTheMan827

    Homebrew N3DS as NFC tag writer?

    I was just wondering if it would be possible to use the NFC chip in the *new* 3DS to write blank NFC tags versus using an android phone. Or can the N3DS only read/write a portion of tags?
  12. DanTheMan827

    Hardware Can I Install CFW with what I have?

    I have a O3DS running 7.1.0-16U, a copy of OOT, and a fat DS with a Slot 1 flash card All of the guides seem to be for 9.2
  13. DanTheMan827

    Hardware O3DS XL Pogo Board

    I'm wondering if there is anyone willing to make and ship me one of the 3DS solder-less pogo boards for the flash chip. It's my understanding that these can be made so that no case mod is required I'm in the U.S. and while I CAN solder it's not very good and I don't want to risk my 3DS XL...
  14. DanTheMan827

    Hardware Wii U power switch on battery cover

    So, I've noticed there's quite a bit of extra space on the right side of the battery compartment that the battery cable occupies. I see that you can buy a replacement cover for about $7 from Nintendo. What I'm looking for the male and female connectors for the battery itself. With those it...
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  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    i always do hours of research before i buy anything because half the crap you see gets bad reviews especially when it's on sale, stuff is usually on sale because it was a bad deal at full price and nobody was buying it
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    Calm your tits it sound okay for the money lol
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    Sound bars are a scam
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    No comment on whatever particular unit Kennie bought, don't really care
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    Just, in general, sound bars are a scam.
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    An actual decent to good sound bar is going to be as expensive as a lower end home theater in a box system with less functionality and a poorer sound stage
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    Which is to say you're spending so much money to still have 100% of the sound come from the bottom of the TV.
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  • KennieDaMeanie @ KennieDaMeanie:
    As long as it sounds good that's all I give a fuck about lol
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    aye long as you're happy with your purchase that's the important part
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  • KennieDaMeanie @ KennieDaMeanie:
    You really can't judge based on video reviews as it's not the pure sound coming from it
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  • KennieDaMeanie @ KennieDaMeanie:
    So any product reviewer can just say spend $200 more on this cause it sounds better be your own judge
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    Plus stores have that 30 day return thing if you're not happy with it return it it shouldn't need to be a huge deal lol
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  • Sicklyboy @ Sicklyboy:
    I gotta sit down for a bit and play around with the new surround receiver I bought
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  • Sicklyboy @ Sicklyboy:
    Does everything I need it to however it's got some peculiarities that either I'm just being big dumb and not understanding right, or are a complete dealbreaker
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  • KennieDaMeanie @ KennieDaMeanie:
    I'd love to own a good klipsch or Yamaha receiver but I don't really need to spend $200+ on a receiver living in a single bedroom apartment
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    *looks around nervously at single bedroom apartment*
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  • KennieDaMeanie @ KennieDaMeanie:
    As long as it booms out the crackhead I live around it's good enough
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  • Sicklyboy @ Sicklyboy:
    Funny that, I actually just replaced a Yamaha receiver, replaced it with a manufacturer refurbished Denon unit
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  • Sicklyboy @ Sicklyboy:
    Only reason for replacing is that the Yamaha unit was like 8 years old and didn't support 4k video
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  • KennieDaMeanie @ KennieDaMeanie:
    Denon makes good shit
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  • Sicklyboy @ Sicklyboy:
    And now that I think of it, only a single device that's plugged into it is even capable of outputting a 4k signal anyway lmfao
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    my chromecast
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    ps4, xbox one, switch, all 1080p I think. I don't have the ps5 or xsx yet
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  • KennieDaMeanie @ KennieDaMeanie:
    I wish Marshall could make good 7.1 receivers but they're more amp related
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    And audio technica
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