3DS NAND Mod Error

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  1. froggestspirit
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    I've been trying to mode my 3DS to un-brick it. I get this
    BOOTROM 8046
    ERRCODE: 00F800EF
    00000000 00000000
    00000008 00000000

    Does anyone know what's wrong?
     
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    pictures are required to help in these situations, odd are you have shorted something while doing the mod and need to clean it up
     
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    I have a thought that it could be CLK (I chose to solder that behind the screen, and had lots of trouble with it). But I still get a connection from the CLK wire to ground with a multimeter. What should I take a picture of?
     
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    all the points you soldered to, you may have shorted the clk point to ground
     
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    Here's the front with DAT0, Ground, and CMD. The purple tape is there to avoid shortages. (the wires are coated, so they wont short from touching) The wire coming from the touchscreen panel area is the CLK wire

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    Here's under the screen with CLK. This gave me a lot of trouble, because solder wasn't sticking easily. I glued the wire in place, and put clear tape over it.

    Honestly, I feel like I'd be a little surprised if it wasn't CLK that's giving the problems. Any suggestions for soldering it?
     
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    Any chance of getting clear pictures?
     
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    I'll try with my other phone, hold on

    EDIT: @hundshamer I updated the pictures above, hope it helps
     
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    Yeah. I think it's the CLK. Clean it off with some solder wick, try again and use plenty of flux. Be sure to clean the excess flux off.
     
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    @hundshamer Just out of curiocity, where do you get your ports for doing mods? I've been buying really cheap power banks, and ripping the female micro usb port out (I messed a few up, but this is what I did to fix my XL)
     
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    I now get error
    BOOTROM 8046
    ERRCODE: 00F800FF
    CFCFFFFF FFFFFFFF
    00000007 00000000

    My computer is finally detecting it, but says that it is write protected (I have a raspberry pi if that helps)
     
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    did you put the plastic lock tab back on the side of the SD card?
     
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    no, is there a way to do that without? I've always wondered how it detects the plastic
     
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    the tab hits a switch inside the reader so it knows if its locked or not.....you can just stick tape around the adapted if you want
     
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    They work similar to the write protect tabs on a cassette (if I didn't just hint at my age).
     
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    Thanks for the help everyone, it's up and running again :)

    EDIT: spoke too soon, I think there's a shortage somewhere, I'm getting a bootrom screen after I desoldered all the wires, though one time it boot to the home menu, so it's atleast not bricked
     
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