Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Pong20302000, Dec 8, 2011.
01 indicates a game is installed to NAND, as some demos are iirc.
Yeah, however it's the only non-zero ending entry in the DB, and since I don't know jack about what it is, it seems more likely to be a typo.
Mutant mudds is correct ID , eshop demo games have that 01 or 02 or 03 or 04 or 05 at the end.
Site only put upp all scene releases , SDK DevKit Tools is a scene release.
The SDK isn't a release FOR the 3DS, it's a release for PC to build things for the 3DS... Which is something that doesn't fit at all with everything else listed.
It's a lot more complicated than that:
System titles (this definition including many categories) and Download Play clients go to ctrnand
DSiWare goes to twlnand
Demos, game updates, and DLC go to SD
Regular applications (00040000-*) go to SD, except if the title id doesn't end in 00, then they go to ctrnand
Which in turn includes software for the console in both cia and csu=3ds format; being a collection, it doesn't have a single titleid
Insert comment here about who cares about professional (as in "large output volume" meaning only) dumpers, when almost everyone who can play pirated games can also dump them (and this was before the titlekey revolution)
Then the contents should be listed separately per title ID, not grouped together with an N/A ... As it is right now, it's just a useless entry in the database. There's no relevance or point for listing it as such.