Hacking Downgrading from 3.4U to 3.2U

ringorinfret

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Hi,

I downloaded latest djtaz "kit" with instructions on how to downgrade from a 3.4U to 3.2U system. It is not cleared to me if you first need to enable wifi on the console before attemping the IOS and cIOS downgrader apps... can anyone confirm? I suppose you need to connect to nintendo's server to get the selected system version...

please confirm

thanks a lot!!
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I attempted to do it without enabling and using the WiFi but it wouldn't work properly. Once I enabled wifi and allowed it to connect and downgrade me, it worked like a charm - nothing could have been easier!
 

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thanks buddy!

anyone else can confirm this? did anyone encountered any problems using the method found in Djtaz's excellent guide ?

thanks!
 

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