Change O3DS Memory Map?

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  1. videogame57
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    I remember seeing an option in one of the dev unit applications to change the memory map, but now I can't find it.

    I almost never use the browser or miiverse, so I want to change my memory mapping to extended memory mode so that games like Pokemon SuMo, SSB4, etc. will load faster without requiring a reboot, and (hopefully) allow NTR cheats to work on extended memory games without needing a N3DS.

    Is this possible, or am I remembering something wrong?
     
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    In theory, maybe? Actual doing so, probably not quite

    Edit: have a look through here; https://www.3dbrew.org/wiki/3DS_System_Flaws
     
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    I found it, Config -> Menu Setting -> System Mode -> Dev2

    The setting persists, but doesn't appear to actually work. The browser can still launch from the home menu, and it still restarts to load extended memory games.
     
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    Already tried that, however Luma crashes (auto-shutdown) if dev2 mode is set.
     
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    Maybe using Corbenik?
     
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    My Luma doesn't crash, but it also doesn't seem to actually be in dev2 mode, despite indicating it is.
     
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    You need to enable unitinfo patches
     
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    Yeah, enabling UNITINFO patches just causes it to throw a prefetch abort svcBreak exception on boot. Edit: on the ARM9 CPU
     
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