1. ghjfdtg

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    Ok. Was worth a shot. Then i have no idea.
     
  2. Rj.MoG

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    I don’t know why all of these people are playing stupid. That’s how long it takes to boot a home brew console with a larger SD card than stock. Why? I don’t know. But once you start getting to 16gb or above it’s just like that. I have an obscene amount of 3DS’ and 2DS’. And this is how they all are. My 2DS XL I use has a 400gb card and takes around 30ish seconds. It has something to do with the amount of files and size of the SD card. The 3DS has a really slow bus speed and it takes very little to saturate it.
     
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    1. At first everything was fine.
    2. Without an SD card, it starts as long.
     
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    Save my console please...
     
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    from?... there is no danger just a minor inconvenience compared to the ability to get any and every 3ds game as well as retro emulation gba GBA nes SNES gen gg ... I could go on but the point is that it takes time your system now loads things that weren't included so yes it takes longer and yes the bigger the sd card the longer the startup time will be ... once apon a time we had to boot our consoles then open the browser and go to a website and hopefully the exploit worked (usually requiring 3 attempts) to make your console reboot into cfw ... 15 seconds is nothing
     
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    I just don't get this thread. 2|3DS consoles don't boot as fast as the previous DS systems. Since some version booting the OS takes a little longer (my feeling) than before.
    • N2DSXL, latest firmware, stock, never used CFW → about 11 seconds with the stock 4GB SD
    • N3DS, firmware, 11.0.0-25E, stock, never installed CFW → 8 seconds with stock 4GB SD
    • N3DSXL, latest firmware, stock, never used CFW → 13 seconds with 64GB SD, a lot of games installed
    • N3DSXL, latest firmware, B9S + latest Luma → 12 seconds with 64GB SD, a lot of games installed
    • O3DSXL, latest firmware, fastboot3DS + latest Luma3DS → 17 seconds with 32GB SD, a lot of games installed
    • O2DS, latest firmware, fastboot3DS + latest Luma3DS → 15 seconds with 32 GB SD, a lot of games installed
    No offense intended: I really want to see a 2|3DS system booting in 3 seconds. I've literally never seen this.


    That was unnecessary. I don't understand why so many people "want to start over" and delete everything. In the best case this is a waste of time – in the worst case something gets damaged by wildly deleting things.
     
  8. wormdood

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    I was going to touch on this a lot of the fancy or modern phone sport a 7-second startup time and with the 3DS coming out before them you couldn't expect a better than 7 second startup time from your 3DS it's just not logical
     
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    I get 17 seconds with boot9strap installed on FIRM0/1 for my n3DSXL and 128 GB PNY microSD card using 64 KB cluster size filled with 98 GB out of an actual 120 GB capacity. This was measured with a timer on my phone from the moment pressing the (POWER) button until the HOME Menu appears.

    I shaved off 1 second in boot time by installing Luma3DS directly on only the FIRM0. Not the worst modding offense for the average 3DS homebrewer... Don't you dare play it stupid installing luma on both FIRM0/1 because that'll have you at a system update away from uninstalling CFW or worse bricking the firmware.

    Lastly, fastboot3DS on both FIRMs also averages at 16 seconds, so it's pointless with Luma installed to FIRM0.

    @EgorHono, don't know what else we can tell you except maybe to use sleep mode more.
     
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    I tried, this method did not help.

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    I have written so many times that the console turns on as long without a memory card. I’m not such a fool to panic from scratch.
     
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    From? I have 14 consoles. The bigger the SD card and the more you install the longer it takes. GodMode, Luma and other things also slow down the boot time. It’s also dependent on how your card is formatted. I use the Fat32 Formatter with 32kb clusters. And before anyone asks why I have so many it’s from buying consoles for me my wife and my kids when the original came out/2DS and then buying N3DS’. We all play them and that’s just how long they kind of take. If you use a class 10 or high endurance card it’s better. But it’s limited by the 3DS bus speed
     
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    that is normal I have about 100 games installed and it take about 30 seconds to full load from being power on.
     
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    Use sleep mode.

    Solved.
     
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    If thats the case you deleting the cfw from your console would show otherwise. No one will tell you to do that unless its a last resort. https://3ds.hacks.guide/uninstall-cfw that there should of been what you used to remove cfw aswell as per that page ""This is almost never the solution to fix any issues you encounter with your CFW installation. A better idea would be to read the troubleshooting page or ask (in English) for help at Nintendo Homebrew on Discord."" That alone should of told you to come here first.
     
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    I clock in at 12 seconds; your system boot time is completely normal and everything is fine
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Guys, using the console a little more, I realized that it all seemed to me only, and most likely it starts exactly the same as before. Thanks for your help)

    Solved :bow:
     
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    bruh moment
     
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    yeah :moogle:
     
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    just tested myself, new 3ds xl with 128gb sd card full with games, roms, homebrew stuff ~18 sec. never realised it's that long.
     
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