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Can the ASIC USER Firmware in the Firmware be modified to update the used game card in the lower version and the higher version? If it is possible, I want to use the function of WriteToGamecard through this program with title id 0100000000002064
 

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Writing to a gamecard on a retail device is not possible. You need to use the Write LAFW, which cannot be loaded on retail devices.
Even with a dev fused device that can load the firmware, writing to retail gamecards won’t work as they’re write locked (I’ve tried).
 

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Writing to a gamecard on a retail device is not possible. You need to use the Write LAFW, which cannot be loaded on retail devices.
Even with a dev fused device that can load the firmware, writing to retail gamecards won’t work as they’re write locked (I’ve tried).
What will be prompted after writing
 

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After attempting to write to a retail card on actual dev hardware? It either gave an error or said it succeeded with nothing actually happening
I used the 9.0.1 edev firmware and it worked very well through the atmosphere. The first interface of booting is devmenu. I got the error 2002-2634 after inserting the game card, but it can be selected when choosing nsp.
 

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After attempting to write to a retail card on actual dev hardware? It either gave an error or said it succeeded with nothing actually happening
The problem is that 2002-2634 was only obtained due to the asic firmware version of the game card or the blown-out of the game card slot of the switch itself.
 

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It’s because the lotus firmware failed to load, yeah. There’s nothing you can do about it, even if you had a lotus with 1.0 fuses it still wouldn’t work. The dev lotus firmwares will only load on actual dev hardware with a dev lotus.
(Then you’d also need a dev cart too because retail carts are write locked)
 

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It’s because the lotus firmware failed to load, yeah. There’s nothing you can do about it, even if you had a lotus with 1.0 fuses it still wouldn’t work. The dev lotus firmwares will only load on actual dev hardware with a dev lotus.
(Then you’d also need a dev cart too because retail carts are write locked)

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