3DS dont boot after Lumia update

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  1. Un1dead
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    (I apologize for my english)

    Hello,

    I wanted to update my Lumia to the last hourly, i accidently do the wrong shortcut (a+x) when i launched the update and i guess that he replaced some files.

    Now when i try to boot my 3ds, the blue LED turn on then off and nothing happen.

    Can someone help me please ?
     
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  2. keyra

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    you're missing the boot.firm file on sd
     
  3. The Real Jdbye

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    The latest hourlies are broken. Switch back to 7.1.
     
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    Leave the nightlies alone.
     
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    its because boot9strap was updated to 1.1, and the latest hourlies are for version 1.1. Follow my tutorial in the tutorial section on how to update and fix the problem.
     
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    Ho okey, so how can i switch back to 7.1 if my 3ds dont boot ? I need to change some files ?
    How can i switch to old version if my 3ds dont boot ? I need to replace some files ?
     
  7. PatrickJr

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    Your old boot file should be backed up. Just remove the new one and replace the one with .bak
     
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    Omg men, i own you a beer ! Thanks a lot bro
    I already tryed that but i missed that there was a second file with .bak and now it's work thankssssssssss <3

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    i'll profit of this thread for ask :

    I always got the notification of a new official update of the nintendo and that ask me for do it now or later, how can i do for never see that later ? Thanks
     
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    The same way you installed Luma originally, by replacing boot.firm.
    You're safe to update, Luma/B9S supports 11.4 just fine.
     
  10. Un1dead
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    Ok nice ! I need to learn how all of this work i feel like a stupid guy ..
     
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    this happened to me but me thinking that my nand was corrupted i took it apart to try to hard mod it but then i broke a ribbon and the pins in the wifi card got bent and broke off if i knew all i had to do was change a file it would have saved me $230. this 3ds was the original one but at least now i had a reason to upgrade to the newest version :P but lots hundreds of hours of game play. my old 3ds is missing the ribbons for L+R, the wifi card but i wouldn't have mind not getting online with that 3ds anymore since i have a new one and the pins on the board it self is broke too. well at least i know what to do when it happens to my new one.