1. Ichigo1000

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    I use both Tinfoil and Goldleaf to install NSPs, but when I try to install NSPs without tickets, it gives me an error on Tinfoil while otherwise would install on Goldleaf without a problem. I'm wondering is there any downsides to using nsps without tickets? The game seems to run fine after being installed with Goldleaf without issues.
     
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    They still install despite the error AFAIK. It's just telling you that the nsp file isn't entirely valid. NSPs converted from XCI don't have a ticket, and sometimes the eShop NSP hasn't been dumped yet so you have no other choice. But it doesn't really matter.
     
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    Ah, makes sense, so there wouldn't be any problems in the long run? Such as firmware updates/software updates and local wireless play. Can it affect the extracted save files too? I'm assuming not though.
     
  4. FabioCapela

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    In theory ticket-less NSPs are harder to detect. Besides, forgotten tickets when you delete their corresponding applications are definitive proof that your system was hacked. So, in theory at least, ticket-less NSPs might be safer if you connect online.

    They won't be of any help if trying to play a pirated game online, though. This is easily detectable by Nintendo regardless of whether the game has a ticket or not.

    BTW, on recent versions of Tinfoil you can remove the need for a ticket, and prevent installing a tampered ticket, when installing an NSP; just enable the "Convert to Standard Crypto" option when installing.
     
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