Directly download homebrew to your 3DS?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Salamencizer, Jan 3, 2016.

  1. Salamencizer
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    Is there any homebrew for this other than the Homebrew Browser to download homebrew directlyto my 3DS? The Homebrew Broser always seems to get stuck for me. IT SUCKS.
     
  2. Filo97

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    still no.
     
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    :( I thot there is one
     
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    Filo97 Zelda's totally my sister! Not lying!

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    no. the ones taht exist are being developed. there are like 2 being developed: goonie3ds, and downloadmii2 (homebrew browser abandoned.)
     
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    I'm also developing one fwiw. It will be really good.

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    how soon is it?
     
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    Pretty much sucks to start up my laptop,remove my SD Card everytime I need to install a homebrew. And I'm Lazy on top of that :P
     
  8. Link_of_Hyrule

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    You can use the one ftp app to make it slightly easier but I could only get out to work by using filezilla. I'm hoping someone makes a homebrew downloaded that matches the gridlauncher and that is fast and reliable.
     
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    Noice
     
  10. TecXero

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    You can setup a FTP server on your 3DS to make it more convenient. As for a dedicated application like what you're asking rarely last long. There were ones on the Wii and PSP, but they generally only lasted a few month. They just require too much work to keep them up to date and a decent host running.
     
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    Actually the biggest one for the Wii called the homebrew browser is still up and running and has been for years I used it just the other night. I'm hoping some one can make one just as good. This one includes auto updates for the program as well as updates for the actual homebrew.
     
  12. TecXero

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    It wouldn't surprise me if a lot of the software is outdated on there, though.
     
  13. Link_of_Hyrule

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    Yeah that could be true but most the Wii stuff isn't getting updates anyways.
     
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    Yeah, I'm just saying those services aren't reliable. Nothing against them, anyone willing to do work for others like that deserves credit, but people have lives and something like that takes a bit of work and time consistently. It's not like the eShop or other similar services, the people maintaining the homebrew equivalents make little (some did take donations and run ads on their main sites) to no money from it.