1. goodiesohhi

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    So I was thinking. I looked at the youtube app for the 3ds. I am 99 percent sure it is just a shell pointing to m.youtube.com. A while back, I saw someone come up with an exploit where he managed to go into youtube account settings, which is connected to your google account and through a tangle of links, he managed to make it to google. I have reproduced this before and can confirm that the youtube app can be used as a flash enabled browser. I recently tried to do this again but it seems that they have patched it so that the 3ds version can no longer click links out of youtube. I am trying to decompile the app but I am above the last version decrypt9 works on (I still have cfw). If anyone can produce some decrypted files I should be able to set it's default page to be google. This would allow it to be used as a browser. (Keyword I should.)
     
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    do you have a9lh? Because you can boot d9 from boot
     
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    Wow, just to think the YouTube app is a flash browser that works on the OLD 3DS.
     
  4. goodiesohhi

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    Yes I do. I am able to boot into decrypt9 even with the latest firmware version? I will look into this.
     
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    move d9.bin to /luma/payloads and rename it to x_decrypt9.bin. That way you can open d9 by holding x on boot
     
  6. goodiesohhi

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    I found it. I hold start for mine. You do not know how many buttons I tried. (all of em except start.)
     
  7. evandixon

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    Flash is dead. Youtube uses HTML5.
     
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    meh well what about other video services like all those anime sites. They use html5 as well so.
     
  9. goodiesohhi

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    Looking at code.bin, I see html and javascript. I see what is basically the html structure of the youtube page and a javascript snippet. Including one with a var thats equal to m.youtube.com/watch etc with the ? argument indicator and appended after it a video variable. This is what is used to change the video there are snippets for search and etc. DO you think if I replaced the actual html structure with an iframe might it work? This is obviously not a good approach but I'm playing around with it in hans.
     
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