Cannot upgrade from 4.5 to 9.2 with sysUpdater 0.4.1/0.4 !

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by alexman, Oct 28, 2015.

  1. alexman

    alexman Newbie

    Oct 28, 2015
    Hello everyone!

    I am just getting crazy because I cannot find the solution! I already searched on a lot of websites, I know that I'm doing something wrong but I cannot see it by my own, that's why I'm asking for your wise advice.

    My tools and configurations:
    - ON3DS XL
    - sysNAND 4.2
    - emuNAND 10.2
    - rxTools 3.0 (nightly: 10/03)
    - MSET exploit
    - GW Launcher.dat
    - Last sysNAND backup: 10/27
    - Pasta CFW 1.3 beta 7 (I make it work with the MSET exploit)
    - Pasta Launcher.dat
    - FBI 1.4.15
    - sysUpdater 0.4.1 (also tried with 0.4.0)
    - 'updates' folder with the 9.2 .cia FW files inside, downloaded from somewhere :ph34r:

    I hope this context,and the picture attached, are enough. I'll give any extra information you need!

    I just started yesterday on the 3DS scene, so please consider that. (:

    Thanks in advance. :yay:

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    Last edited by alexman, Oct 28, 2015
  2. BMO

    BMO GBAtemp Regular

    Jan 10, 2015
    United States
    try sysupdater 0.3 maybe? i heard that fixed peoples issues with ones similar to yours
  3. Syphurith

    Syphurith Beginner

    Mar 8, 2013
    Xi'an, Shaanxi Province
    I thought your CIAs is broken.
    To verify those, find ctrtool and "ctrtool -i <CIA File> -y". and check the output.
    While in RxTools DevMode/PastaMode, you can use sysupdator.
    I did update mine from 4.1 to 9.2 several times and works well.
    CIAs are from that ISO site, and yes without mset/twl_whitelist/agb_firm.
    Hope you could update with ease successfully.
  4. justinkb

    justinkb GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Oct 7, 2012
    I agree with above posters it's probably corrupt files in /updates. Maybe you removed sdcard too soon from computer after copying over?
  5. Mrrraou

    Mrrraou GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

    Oct 17, 2015
    • You shouldn't be in rxMode. Use the rxTools Dev Mode or it will brick.
    • Check that the files you downloaded are valid.
    • Use the latest version of sysUpdater. Install the CIA on your sysNAND and start it with the rxTools Dev Mode.
  6. alexman

    alexman Newbie

    Oct 28, 2015
    You're totally right:
    • I'm on the right place then.
    • Re downloaded 'em and everything seems fine (@justinkb)
    • 0.4.1 is the latest. I have the sysUpdater installed on sysNAND because the instructions says that it'll update the NAND where it is installed.
    I'll try it right now; seems a little weird that something older might work better, but what you're saying seems logical because things can break when they're updated. You see, it is exactly what I had to do when I downloaded the latest nightly of rxTools from 10/27 (it didn't work).
  7. alexman

    alexman Newbie

    Oct 28, 2015
    Using the sysUpdater v0.3 worked! :D

    Thank you for your advice, and I hope this can help other people with the same problem as me.

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