1. Gavjbrown77

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    yay!! got the home launcher. now moved on to
    SafeCTRTransfer (Homebrew Launcher)

    but when trying to turn off parental controls I get the message in the photo. Is it also normal for the original launcher to return after a reboot. I had to play soundhax again.
     

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    Remove menuhax by changing the theme.
     
  3. Gavjbrown77

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    got as far as the
    1. Copy the contents of the SafeA9LHInstaller .7z to the root of your SD card
    does that mean leave the unzipped folder or empty contents to root
     
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    Unzip. It already state copy the contents
     
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    Sorry guys for not being in touch for a while. We've had a few family issues to deal with and the 2ds has been left untouched since my last post.

    Just tried to turn it on and the screen illuminates but is blank.

    I'm at a loss how to fix this

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    The 2ds loads when the sd card is removed.

    Tried a reset but now during set up its asking me to adjust the 3d slider, which obviously my 2ds doesn't have, and it won't let me bypass it.
     
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    Any chance someone could explain what I need to do. I'm totally a noob with 2ds and it doesn't make much sense to me. Thanks Gav
     
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    Confusing for a noob lol
     
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  10. The Real Jdbye

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    Well, first of all you need to buy Cubic Ninja for your region. Then we can walk you through it.
     
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    Presumably that's a physical cart I need to get?.

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    Seems to be about £50 on eBay
     
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    You can find it cheaper, for example this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/CUBIC-NINJA...981476?hash=item3d405f21e4:g:bWEAAOSwiQ9ZXNEI
    The boxart is Italian, but the game is still in English.
    My €20 copy is from Italy as well, seems that's where it's cheapest.

    Or you could wait for ntrboothax, which should also let you fix the 2DS, it requires nothing but one of the supported DS flashcarts (list to come later), so it'll be cheaper.

    Anyway you could always resell Cubic Ninja once you're done with it and only be out shipping.
     
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    Good thinking, and thanks for the link :grog:
     
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    I'm sure you are right but I for one am scared of bricking my machine. I don't have the money to buy a new one, so buying a card is safer than risking ruining my device. :(
     
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    Did you buy a card?.
     
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    Not yet because:

    a: I'm not sure which to buy
    b: I can't find a 'safe' UK seller
     
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    Then I will give you another info why people here recommend CFW over Sky3DS.
    • Sky3ds need a bit of data exclusive call "private header" to be able to go online.
    • This data can only obtain from another legitmate 3DS game cart (EShop version is not)
    • If your 3DS is on higher than 9.2 FW, you will also need "Power Saves" to get private header
    • Some games require the match private header size, so you may need to buy more than one legitmate 3DS game cart
    • So, the total price: Sky3DS ($80) + Power Saves ($19) + One or more legitmate cart (Vary).
    • So you have to pay around $120 atleast. While the price of brand new 2DSXL is $150. People also be able to find second hand 3DS/2DS around $80.
    • If you go online without private header, or using wrong private header size, you console may be get ban, which you need to buy another console to unban it too.
    Although CFW has a large ban wave not long ago, disable share data & spotpass should allow you to be safe. Also CFW won't require money to install (unless you need hardmod).
    That's the reason people here recommend CFW over Sky3DS.
     
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    You will not brick when installing B9S. There have been 0 cases of legit bricks caused by B9S.
    Now using a cart like Gateway3DS actually does have comes with a chance of bricking.

    Honestly I wouldn't suggest flashcarts anymore and hear me out. Gateway hasn't updated in months and haven't even updated their progress in months. This means you are going to be stuck on 11.2 until they update. They also haven't updated to officially support B9S, which the direction that everyone is going in. This means sooner or later, they either need to update or throw in the towel.
    Sky3DS is great for games, but still an expensive cart. It also requires private headers to not get banned when going online. Coupled with the lack of any other features beyond basic cart emulation.

    At this point, just go with a CFW. You aren't going to brick, you are going to have a much wider community support, and you will be saving money by doing so.
     
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  19. The Real Jdbye

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    A Sky3DS+ costs the same or more than a 2DS. The brick chances are minimal, I don't think there's a single reported brick from installing B9S by using 3ds.guide.
    Really, you're better off hacking it no matter which way you look at it.
     
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    Visit sky3ds+ official website, there have many resellers.
     
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