Connect to WiFi on emuNAND?

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  1. Lyquidator
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    So I've installed a CFW on my 9.2 system and unlinked my nands, so how do I connect to WiFi?
    I mean, if I enter the system settings and exit, I will be kicked back into sysnand, so how do I do this?

    Btw, I'm using CakesFW if that's of any use
     
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    Just access System Settings while in EmuNAND and set up the WiFi. The settings will be saved, even when you are kicked out of EmuNAND after exiting.
     
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    I tried that, but when going back to emuNAND, I'm not getting a wifi connection? I can't use online services at all
     
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    Are you certain you were in emunand when you entered system settings to configure the wifi settings?
     
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    Ah, then it could be a router problem. If you go back to the WiFi settings in Emunand, is your WiFi still one of the saved connections?
     
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    The router should be fine? I'm using the network on my pc and phone as we speak, and yes, it is one of the saved connections

    Yes, I checked multiple times and even reconfigured the wifi settings multiple times, yet still no luck :/
     
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    Was the entry for the connection stil there when you went back to system settings in emunand?
     
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    Yes, everything was exactly how I added it :s
    Is it maybe a problem that my router requires browser/website login for full access? I have already tried accessing the browser and login though, but no luck
     
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    Did it pass the connection test?
     
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    Can you check here to see if your wifi connection settings are compatible with the 3DS hardware?
    That browser login may be an issue, but I don't really know for sure.. I suspect it would be though!
     
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    No, but that's the thing about the browser login, after the connection fails (and it will everytime), I gotta open the browser and connect there for full access
    It worked before, but when I unlinked my NANDs it completely ruined that :S
     
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    I can never get my 3ds to connect to a network that requires a login. I think that broke somewhere in the 9.0ish updates.

    EDIT: Try manually typing the routers login page address in your web browser. I have almost got it to work a few times that way.
     
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    Can you whitelist the 3DS's IP or MAC address on the router so it has instant access without having to login?