Devmenu Install issue second time around

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by EEkumBOkum, Apr 11, 2015.

  1. EEkumBOkum
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    EEkumBOkum Newbie

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    Hey guys!

    I apologize if this is a stupid thread and if this is the wrong place to post it...about a month ago I downgraded my 3ds from 9.2, installed CFW and then installed Devmenu using ctrclient and it has been great! But a few days ago I went into data management, not knowing that it deletes all of your installed cia's when you do so.... And so it deleted devm...

    Now, when I go back to install it I get the failed to connect problem every single time.. I have seriously been trying for hours and am getting so frustrated! I have disconnected both my pc and 3ds from wifi multiple times and reconnected, rebooted CFW plenty of times and have disabled literally all security on my network... I have no idea what the issue is!

    The first time I installed it... I had problems for like 15 minutes and then all of a sudden in just worked..But this time I am having no luck! Any suggestions? Cause I'm stumped :wtf:
     
  2. Loaffy

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    Are you booting your palantine cfw by holding the L button still? Have you updated your 3DS' local ip in the run.bat file (it is almost guaranteed to have changed)?
     
  3. EEkumBOkum
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    Yes and yes :( Still no luck
     
  4. Jak27

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    I had the same issue as well, and I found that the best solution was to simply redo the whole process to setup REDNAND again. Format emuNAND, extract it, convert it into a REDNAND and re-inject it. Worked for me and my friend when we were both getting the error.

    Also, what method are you using for emuNAND extraction/injection, I think emuNANDTool works best.