did gateway get past the added security for the new3ds?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by omgcat, Mar 14, 2015.

  1. omgcat
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    omgcat GBAtemp Regular

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    i remember there being a few posts about New3DS keyslot problems and that the new3ds would not have firmware 9.5 and up. i have updated to 9.5-23u so maybe they got around it?
     
  2. zoogie

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    Since emunand works on 9.5, I assume they figured it out (thx to y8's help).
     
  3. tvo770

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    I'm assuming you update your sysnand and I have not back up the nand if that's the case no there's nothing that can be done and this has nothing to do with it being a new3ds what you're referring to have to do with the emunand and yes that was fixed.
     
  4. omgcat
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    nope, 9.0.0U sysnand with oot3d exploit into 9.5.0-23u emunand.
     
  5. tvo770

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    Yeah that was fixed the key decoding was cracked the post you are referring to is almost 2 months old it's one of the main reasons Gatewait was so long.
     
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    Maybe, maybe not, we don't know tbh. For what it's worth though, NATIVE_FIRM is fairly forwards and backwards compatible, I've managed to run a 9.5 updated firmware from a 9.0 NATIVE_FIRM just fine.
     
  7. WulfyStylez

    WulfyStylez SALT/Bemani Princess

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    The arm9 encryption added in 9.5 was both unnecessary and redundant from a hacking perspective, as Shiny said. It didn't contribute one way or another to their release being delayed.