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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by monkeyman4412, Jan 29, 2017.
question is in title.
No and there's no point. It's only a flying visit. If you've fucked up cause you can't follow simple instructions like making a nand backup then you shouldn't really be trying to hack any console of any sort.
no, its not that, I was just curious.
I'm guessing it's to get your otp again correct?
no, again I was just curious. Ok thats not the case. over at luma I made a request for 2.1 support. then a user comes by claims thats already supported. which now I got confirmation that both o3ds and clearly n3ds is not supported. Oh then he also tried to claim the crap I was saying was bs. and false. So you get my point. heres the post. https://github.com/AuroraWright/Luma3DS/issues/349#issuecomment-275886354
I think I booted a console with a 2.1 firmware running luma3ds, but I'm not sure, I read 2.1 was supported anyway
Idk, I trust Mrrraou as he is the developer of slowhax. And he also said that he couldn't remember if it was supported or not. And Luma isn't officially compatible with 2.1, but it works on the o3ds enough to complete the A9LH install. Although the n3ds bricks on closing the lid so what is even the point.
An A9LH'd O3DS will boot Luma CFW on 2.1!
This has been supported since mid-october, it's incredible none knows it.
Again, you're all right, there's no point in staying on 2.1.
thats pretty much why i said i couldnt really remember. i've seen luma boot 2.1 but i couldnt remember, and anyway https://github.com/AuroraWright/Luma3DS/blob/master/source/firm.c#L277 so it actually even patches it
but i couldnt bother to look at the source