1. Deleted User

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    I want to use my 3DS online, but I don't want to keep seeing the update screen. So can I possibly connect online and just delete this data off my flashcard? Or does the 3DS store it within internal memory?
     
  2. Celice

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    I heard setting up parental settings can stop that update message from always popping up... I'd like some more clarification on this myself.
     
  3. Deleted User

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    Does anyone know how to enable theses to block theses updates? I'd love to know.
     
  4. redkeyboard

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    Installing the gateway exploit gets rid of the message
     
  5. Deleted User

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    I assume you need a gateway card for that.
     
  6. redkeyboard

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    no you dont. just a ds flash cart
     
  7. Celice

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    Not all of us have one, however, so your suggestion is a little limited in actual application :/
     
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    The only other way to remove the update is to format the system. Then you would have to disable wifi to keep it from redownloading the update.
     
  9. mercluke

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    Just thought I'd chip in and say that after rebooting the 3ds (but not putting in a ds game and removing the modified ds settings) I still receive the update prompt. The only time I don't receive the prompt is when I remove the sd card. Not exactly sure where on the sd card the update is stored though and don't want to format because my 3ds has ambassador games
     
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    Do you have the launcher.dat file on the 3ds's sd card? For me the update nag was gone, then came back once, and now whatever I do it won't come back. So i'm not sure exactly what is required to remove it.
     
  11. Saturosias

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    Not sure if it's at all related to you, but if you're using a SCDS2 with BAGPlug, you'll need to install it from the default EOS menu instead for it to work.
     
  12. Deleted User

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    where can I get this exploit?
     
  13. redkeyboard

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    nah, just ran through stock eos, launcher.dat was on 3ds sd card
     
  15. Rydian

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    The parental control thing meant to disable wifi, and then use parental controls to stop wifi from coming back on.
     
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    wouldnt not be easier to not put your Wi-Fi code in the 1st place.
     
  17. Rydian

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    If you only ever use your 3DS at home and your neighbors have no unprotected wifi and nobody else uses your 3DS. But that's not the case for most people.
     
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    you can just go to settings and format the 3ds that will delete downloaded Update and won't ask you to update anymore, did it myself.
     
  19. Deleted User

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    Are you sure that's not for 3DS flashcards? I only have R4. I don't think that file will work, and if it does I can't tell which of them is the right one.
     
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    ... and lose downloaded games without being able to re-download online, yes.
     
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