Anyway to get all my apps and games on the home screen?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Wii dUde, Nov 30, 2015.

  1. Wii dUde
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    Hello everyone! So I was on my 3ds xl when I thought it looked a little bland. I have a gateway 3ds, firmware 4.5. I have all my games in the select screen (where you select games.) and my home screen looks very empty. I want to put lots of games and stuff on the home menu, (kind of like this ) So that way I can have easy access and my 3ds xl (old) will look nicer. I am aware of cia's and legit cias, some where you can play on real nand instead of emunand. So I want to know how to install cia's, and how to let them go online. (Like in PKMN ORAS or SSB4.)

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  2. tony_2018

    tony_2018 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    install cia's
     
  3. Exavold

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    Put DevMenu on your Gateway card and install CIAs with it ... that's it

    (Just use Google ...)
     
  4. Wii dUde
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    Thanks all . How do I install updates for the cia's? Is there a list of legit cias that can be used on all systems? And for the most part I have to go to emunand to open the applications on the home menu right?, because not all apps and games have legit copies?
     
  5. tony_2018

    tony_2018 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    oh noes, aint going there
     
  6. Wii dUde
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    I'm going to bed now but next time when I come back I will have used google. (I already did, just not enough.)
     
  7. Ammako

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    I believe Gateway has a directly link to download DevMenu.3ds in the downloads section of their website, so it shouldn't be too difficult to find.