Custom Themes on Firmware 10.5 possible?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by xXDungeon_CrawlerXx, Feb 16, 2016.

  1. xXDungeon_CrawlerXx
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    Hey Guys,

    I want to know if it's possible to install a Custom Theme on Firmware 10.5 through extdata?.
     
  2. ValouIka

    ValouIka ~de geso!

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    Yes, i think exdata can't be "unmodifiable". Just use CHMM2, this is the simpliest homebrew for change theme.
     
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    And this still works on 10.5?
     
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    Yeah i'm using it, and it should still work on every next version
     
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    thank you very much <3
    Browser Exploit does still work on 10.5?
    If not, which Entrypoint are you using?
    Want to install a custom theme for my GF.
     
  6. ValouIka

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    Yeah it still works, and i'm using MenuHax
     
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    I prefer "Tinker" as it auto-setups menuhax so you can change your theme without breaking it.
     
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    Doesn't menuhax manager also install custom themes? I was told that installing themes through CHMM2 would deactivate menuhax
     
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    Yes you can.. However you need to put only 1 theme files at the menuhax_manager folder.

    What I do is, change themes with CHMM2, exit to the homebrew launcher and then reinstall menuhax. Its a bit tedious, but im not changing themes all that often, so it doesn't really matter.
     
  10. LunaLogic

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    I remembered that CHMM2 fixed the compatibility with Menuhax?
     
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    Seriously why do people create threads with easy to know answers in google...
     
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    Download menuhax 2.1, it's a great and easy entrypoint. Along with that, install tinker, it allows easy custom themes alongside menuhax. Put any themes you have in the themes folder on the root of your sd card. Run tinker, select a theme, and install. Easy.

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