any diffrences between ironhax/themehax/browserhax etc?

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  1. DarkRioru
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    are there any diffrences on the various haxes besides way of installing/booting???
     
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    No. They are all entry points for arm11 userland exploits.
     
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    ok then.. Thanks... :3
     
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    Themehax & Browserhax don't support homebrew that use thread 1 like blargsnes. Due to APT not being initialized properly. There are work arounds for this and I think that Smea is going to fix it in *Hax 2.5.
     
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    I know if you start any game, press the power button, press home, and then hold L, it will fix that issue for themehax.
     
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    They are all technically the samethng, just different ways of getting into Homebrew, with some tweaking you could have it load different stuff.
     
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    Like I said work arounds exist. Though it is a difference and it does kind of kill the convenience of the whole thing.