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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Cyan, Dec 11, 2013.

  1. Ragy

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    How to restore a Nand backup with godmod?
     


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  3. Ragy

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    It doesn't give me that option
    How to get to the Luma chain loader?
    I go directly to godmod while pressing start
     
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  4. Ragy

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    Is formatting the 3ds safe?
     
  5. Uumas

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    If you go directly to gm9 just skip that step
     
  6. Uumas

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    Yes
     
  7. JustANoob;)

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    Is there a way to passcode lock my 3DS? I currently have B9S + Luma v8, and while I found 3DSafe it's for a9lh and unsupported now, so are there any other alternatives I could install?
     
  8. aenoch

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    How if you use luma updster wont it go tonthe latest?
     
  9. godreborn

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    you're correct. luma updater should install the latest hourly or normal version. however, this is only true if ur using the luma updater germane to ur hack method - a9lh or b9s. u have to install a different luma updater for b9s I believe, so u won't have the issue of updating to the wrong version. u can also manually update by dropping the file on to the root of the sd card. 7.1 and 8.0 r b9s only, so they won't work on a9lh. it's recommended u be on the latest a9lh luma before updating to b9s and b9s versions of luma.
     
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    I have no idea what b9s is i check into that later. Which version file should inlook for and where do i drop it. Its been awile
     
  11. godreborn

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    I believe 7.05 is the latest for a9lh. it goes on the root of the sd card.
     
  12. Quantumcat

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    Https://github.com/AuroraWright/Luma3DS/releases

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    Does anyone know whether removing the SD card from a DSTwo will stop it from using up a lot of battery in sleep mode?

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    I missed my birthday page by one. Darn :-p
     
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  13. DGenerateKane

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    I'm totally new to CFW on the 3ds and I'm a bit overwhelmed. I'm still deciding how I should start. I've got 3 3ds's, an old 3ds on probably 9.x, though I 'm not sure. I also have an old 3dsxl on 4.5, and another on 5.1. Every one needs a different method. Would I be better off updating to a specific firmware for all of them? Is there a better way to update? I'm so lost. :wacko:
     
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    You should be able to use the browser method on all the ones less than 9.0, if they have browsers (look at the last number in the firmware). For the 9.x one, the browser method will probably also work of it is on 9.2 or less (with a browser). SoundHax is probably mentioned as the way to go with 9.0+ because it is easier.
     
  15. bt317

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    Hi, I am using the DSiware injection method to hack my 11.4 o3DS using a cfw o3DS. Is there a way to restore the original NNID on the target system after system transfer?
     
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    Deleted. Didn't read carefully
     
  17. Quantumcat

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    Format, and sign back in. (Only if you don't system transfer back to the source - otherwise the target's NNID will be now linked to the source)
     
  18. bt317

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    If I could do this, does this mean that my NNID (that was previously on my stock 11.4 3DS before system transfer) is still linked to the target console (ie my stock 11.4 3DS) even though there's a different NNID (transferred from the cfw 3DS) currently signed on? I thought you could only have one NNID for one console...
     
  19. Quantumcat

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    No, consoles can have an infinite number of NNIDs linked to them. But only one can be active at a time. If you want to sign into another one you have to format in between (there might be a way to make the current one inactive with software so you can sign into another - if you have a lot of games installed then you might want to research this).
     
  20. bt317

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    I see, that's a relief. There are no games on the current NNID but there are a few legit games on my NNID (that had been overwritten during the system transfer). So basically, if I'm going to format, I'll have to complete the Dsiwarehax guide on the target 3DS first, do an SD backup, do a sysnand backup, format, and then reload the backups?

    And then I can return the source NNID to the source 3DS by calling Nintendo? The source cfw 3DS I'm using isn't even mine so I'd like to return it to its original owner if I can.