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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by B451CW11M0DD3R, Mar 1, 2017.
k since this will be no help i will just remove everything since idont know how to close
1. Your title makes no sense. A little help with what? You just uploaded a zip file on dropbox.
2. Thank you for trying to be helpful but this is really unnecessary. It's much easier for people to use the guide to download everything at a pace for a few reasons; One is so they know what they are downloading and what it does, two so they know where the files are and where they need to be placed and three so that they get the correct versions for their current setup in regards to region/firmware.
Even for simple HomeBrew https://3ds.guide/ is not only trusted, it's a secure site to download from and explains everything with ease as well as offering troubleshooting steps. No offense, but your files could be anything and I would not advise anyone to download something from a private upload when there are official repositories available that host these files. Better to be safe than sorry.
Take it down. It will cause more harm than good.
Yeah, I'm with @Lacius on this one, this is going to cause far more problems than it helps solve. The guide has easy to access downloads for everything in the parts that require them, there's no need for something like this.
Please don't, it will just become another outdated file flaoting and causing future problems
I have an app for this already that always has the most up to date files (albeit still has bugs with saving the files to the right directory...)
It will get outdated really really quick and you will only end up potentially bricking people's 3DS consoles if you plan on doing so. Unless if you plan to keep a hawks eye on it like the 3ds.guide guide, I'd suggest that you just drop it now.