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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by AtlanticBit, Feb 22, 2015.
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cci is not the same as .3ds file extension ,right?
"There are two known specialisations of the NCSD container format. The CTR Cart Image (CCI) format and the 3DS' raw NAND format. CCI is the format of game ROM images." (http://3dbrew.org/wiki/NCSD)
btw: what 3ds service is used for sending notifications?
Well, why do I need to know how to do this?
I have written an app using the leaked CTRSDK and I want to run it on my cfw.
But seriously, it's bullshit to write applications with the SDK. You can't distribute them legally.
whatever, just please help me with those CCIs
Gateway can launch some of them if you rename them to .3DS but I don't know if there is any known procedure that you can use to convert them to CIA
i don't have a gw XD i just have cfw
You can use makerom with the -ccitocia switch
[NCCH ERROR] Failed to load aes-ncch key
Try to disable encryption in the RSF before building your CCI. (under "Option", set "EnableCrypt" to false)
I also have an .axf file. WTF is that?
so yeah, converted by extracting exefs blah with 3dsexplorer from CCI and I got an sd card has been removed error
It's an .elf
Also you need to set it to SdApplication under IoAccessControl in your desc file.
If you can't pack it straight into a CIA, it's faster to just build it without encryption and convert it to CIA with makerom.
I don't think the CFW can run anything encrypted, by the way.
yeah. To build a CCI with the official SDK you need a .rsf and a .desc file.
How do I make one? I want to build news_test and don't see one
I just type
and get some files in $CTRSDK_ROOT/images/news_test
Maybe it's using the sample ones from \CTR_SDK\resources\specfiles?
yeah, it is