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Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by ChronoTrigger, Feb 13, 2017.
Should I get going with NTR or no?
Hasn't NTR always worked for Japan 3DSes?
If that's the case, then why hasn't it worked for other regions?
I never tried NTR in other reigons only US.
Have you tried it in 11.3?
NTR works fine on O3DS/N3DS on 11.3 Luma3DS.
NTR works on my japanese and us 3ds.. both on 11.3
Plus aren't there even users on here who use EU 3DS and NTR?
I'm confused at the point of this post..
Got a EU console. NTR boots fine. 11.3
NTR is NOT a CFW.
Assuming OP knows that, it *is* called NTR CFW still because the creator was probs on crack when naming it lol
Wow, meltdown-mode? @'cell9 is a workhorse for doing this project. You should ask him if he smokes crack before posting that.
Drugs tend to help me sometimes when I put stuff together, I wouldn't blame him xD It was moreso a joke
I was just saying that the program itself has CFW in the title lol
Technically because it uses arm9 to patch certain system files and calls just like Luma. Luma isn't really a cfw either, just a patch over existing firmware. NTR isn't a cfw for the same reasons, but they work similarly. Also, arm9 was the main DS processor, and the DS codename was NTR.
Got it? Good.
Wow, I'd have never guessed you do drugs; let's drink caffine mixed with alcohol together and eat turkey sandwiches. With drugs.
I gues it's 'CFW' because it's like an overlay on other CFW....but what would you even call that? Inception firmware?
Isn't anything that kind of patch the system a "custom" modification? in this case they modify the firmware. So I think it qualify. A true CFW is probably the next step with Sighax.
You're thinking of customized firmware versus actual custom firmware.
You know that you described the samething?
A customized firmware would mean that it's a small modification over something already existing, as in Nintendo's existing 3DS firmware. Luma3DS is a set of customized firmware patches, not a custom firmware.
A custom firmware would mean that everything is created by a third part, from scratch. Instead of bits and pieces going over existing firmware.
I know That's what I described before.
So you can't call it custom firmware, you can't call it franken firmware...bridal gowns? It goes over something and it basically 'marries' firmware.
Jello pudding minus rapesby?