Best CIA-ftp client

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  1. Naendow
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    Hello there :)

    I am using ftp-3ds as a CIA. It works a bit buggy, but it is okay. But I want to know which ftp client would be the stablest / fastest one?

    Thx for answering :)
     


  2. PokeAcer

    PokeAcer Banned

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    Super ftBrony II Turbo is the best, but IDK if a CIA version exists.
     
  3. Clydefrosch

    Clydefrosch GBAtemp Psycho!

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    pretty sure outside of cosmetic changes, they're all identical
     
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  4. naddel81

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    ftp-gmx great client!
     
  5. Omegadrien

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    microSD management cia -> it's stable!
     
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  6. Ekaitz

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    Only works with Windows :s
     
  7. Omegadrien

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    Unfortunately... It's Nintendo's fault!
     
  8. retroguy

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    +1
     
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  9. Favna

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    FTP clients are better imo and I know people say msd management is faster but I personally have never noticed a difference.

    Yep GMX is best imo
     
  10. kedest

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    The icon of the one I have says 'ftpd 2.2'. It like it, it's stable and speed is ok.
     
  11. Khangaroo

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    192.168.1.3 (don't ddos me!)
    FTP-GMX could be stabler. The speed would sometimes drop to 1/bps and my ftp client would break in the middle of transfer.
     
  12. SomeGamer

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    Better than ftpd?
     
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    Khangaroo $ORIGINALTITLE

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    192.168.1.3 (don't ddos me!)
    I never actually tested ftpd, just ftbrony.
     
  14. leonmagnus99

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    microsdmanagement is the most stable for me :)
     
  15. Xenon Hacks

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    This is best ->MicroSDManagment_US_NAND.cia
     
  16. SomeGamer

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    But that's Windows only!
     
  17. moghedien

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  18. leonmagnus99

    leonmagnus99 GBAtemp Addict

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    true, i get alot of disconnects with ftps.
    so i stick to msdmanagm.
     
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  19. drizztbsd

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    sd management is the best and since it's using CIFS protocol it should works also on linux.
    If you use FTP-GMX and then you are using homebrew launcher the 3DS goes in Download Mode instead of launching homebrew
     
  20. moghedien

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    No, the MicroSD Management doesn't work with Linux (or at least not with Arch Linux). SMB/CIFS is a proprietary protocol that has all sorts of undocumented variants... it's a mess.