Homebrew Cubic Ninja + Gateway - How to get it to save Homebrew on your savefile?

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I got Homebrew running on my Gateway 3DS, but I have to scan the QR code everytime. How can I save the homebrew hack on the savefile?
 

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Yeah that's what i thought, but when I close homebrew, re-load Cubic Ninja from my flashcart and go to QR code, I have to re-scan it every time.
 

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Gateway might need the game to exit first in order to store the save-file

You can use an already existing save-file (ask? search? dump?) with the correct version of ninjhax already stored on it.
 

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Did you even read the original post?

Can Gateway support save files? (I don't even have one)
Yep I read it but probably skipped the "on my Gateway" part.
Every 3DS mode flashcard saves but the save function gets "destroyed"/ not triggered when using NINJHAX.
@OP You have to use a hacked save. But I dunno if you can get it anywhere.
 

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I tried starting cubic ninja, then using the home button to have the save file there, then did the QR code but I still have to do it everytime. I just did what iwasaperson suggested a day ago and that seems to work. You need the .cia for a gateway.
 

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