dsi bricked after downgrade

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  1. escrermili
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    I did all the procedures to downgrade my nintendo dsi version (U) said that everything was ok, only that when I turned it on the led is on but the screen all black. Anyone know how to solve and reinstall the nintendo dsi system back? I still have all the backups of my nintendo
     

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  2. TyDye

    TyDye Linux and 3DS geek

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    hardmod time
     
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  3. SCOTT0852

    SCOTT0852 Some Dude on the Internet

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    Why did you downgrade? There is no reason to and it only causes errors (like it did here).
     
  4. escrermili
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    Do you know how to solve it?
     
  5. SCOTT0852

    SCOTT0852 Some Dude on the Internet

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    As TyDye stated, you will need to hardmod your DSi. There is no other option.
    Why exactly did you downgrade your DSi? There has been no reason to for quite some time.
     
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  6. escrermili
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    How do I make the hardmod?
    I did it because of my r4 it just worked in version 1.4.4u and had no way to upgrade it to run on version 1.4.5 before it did I looked for all forms before resorting to downgrade progress
     
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  7. SCOTT0852

    SCOTT0852 Some Dude on the Internet

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    First things first: do you have a nand backup? Without one, a hardmod is totally pointless.
     
  8. TyDye

    TyDye Linux and 3DS geek

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    hardmoding requires taking your device apart and doing things (I dunno what those things are) however I do know it requires a NAND backup
     
  9. escrermili
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    [QUOTE = "SCOTT0852, post: 8237524, member: 440545"] Primeiras coisas primeiro: você tem um backup do nand? Sem um, um hardmod é totalmente inútil. [/ QUOTE]
    vós
     
  10. escrermili
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    vocêp
     
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