1. WintendoZone

    WintendoZone everyone's favorite waifu
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    Running code in DSi Mode? Well that seems interesting. We could run our own "exploit" that unlocks the hidden app, but we'd just have to know where in the system to look for that information. I think getting it to load could be easier than we thought, actually!

    This disables access to the SD Card, though. I'm not sure what, if any information gets written on the SD Card when a system unlocks Nintendo Zone the regular way.
     
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    I decrypted the nand and renamed the .app to .nds!
     
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  3. ChampionLeake

    ChampionLeake NTR/TWL Exploiter
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    Okay. TeamTwiizer hacked only the DSi-Enhanced game, Classic Word Games. Keep in mind, DSi-Enhanced games do not have SD access. They also share on cart memory only which is very limited as well. DSi-Enhanced exploits can only be used for CID dumping and DSiLink (If you have a certain wifichip for you dsi). I know this since I've exploited this game as well: https://github.com/ChampionLeake/classic-wordsploit/

    You also can't "run our own "exploit" that unlocks the hidden app". Come on. This can't be done since the app natively doesn't exist on the consoles' NAND itself. You were 100% wrong about that statement. DSiwarehax can't even do this really. You have to manually decrypt the nand and the nintendzone app onto the nand to place on the home menu. It's not an unlocking procedure. It's more of a "I'm putting it on there"

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    You could've just decrypted the .app onto the nand instead on just coverting to a .nds. I think that also breaks the app as well. I would just put that on my NAND.
     
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    Me Schooled impossible!

    Also how does one decrypt the .app file?
     
  5. dpad_5678

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    It wouldn't be in the SRL. There's some sort of data for the home menu that determines whether the NZone app should be shown or not.
     
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    I assume its in 0000 or the launcher folder
     
  7. Ryccardo

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    Spot was the old service optimized only for DS/Lite

    Yep, something somewhere in the launcher's save
     
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    Can you make a video tutorial for this?
     
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    Oh god I'm two years late. Well, I'm not sure about DSi, but 3DS Nintendo Zone activated when its connected to a network called "attwift". Try this on the DSi, it might work. This might explain a little bit more into detail

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    Or, you can install UNLAUNCH onto your DSi and run it from there. (You can uninstall after) h t t p : / / d a r k f l a k e . x 1 0 h o s t . c o m / If you want to run games off the DSi's SD Card, follow the whole tutorial. If your only installing unlaunch, stop the tutorial once you've installed it.
     
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    I know this thread is sorta dead but i'm interested in this too and found this: github.c om/yellows8/wmb-asm/tree/master/ds/nzonehtmlhaxx (i have newbie rank so that link might not work. a google search for yellows8 nintendo zone should do the trick.) I'm sure someone here has already found this but unless i'm reading this wrong this should work with a Raspberry Pi 3. I saw mentions in this post about yellows8's nintendo zone server and this might be it. I have a newbie rank for a reason so none of this may be accurate.
     
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    I’ll look into it, I found a copy however didn’t know how to work it. Stay in touch and we can figure it out I really want to get it to work
     
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    its possible to access it through Unlaunch.
     
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    Is there a way to access it somehow on a CFW 3ds?

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    Access as in get it to work
     
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