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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by hashcheck1, Aug 7, 2013.
Thanks for making the thread!!! Going to upgrade right now. Now I can continue playing Pokemon White 2 and Codename Hacker (homebrew) on my 3DS XL.
you beat me to it. i thought it was prefered to announce it in an existing thread (which i did). oh well. just happy the dstwo works on 6.2
Just bought one of these cards and it arrives tomorrow, so it's great to know it will be ready to play right away even if I update the system. The kid's DSi ought to be fine to upgrade its firmware before giving it a go. Appreciate the heads-up thread, since I came here specifically to find out what system firmware I'd be safe to use it on!
anyone else having issues? I updated to v1.2.1 but doesn't seem to be working....getting the famous black error screen
How exactly did you upgrade?
that happened to me too. i had to try updating several times then out of nowhere it just worked.
I was still on the last firmware, updated my DSTWO with the .dat and then upgraded my 3ds firmware.
How exactly did you update the DSTwo?
update it on a DSL or DSI if already updated your 3ds
I can't update no DSL , or DSI
as far as i know there is no other way.
I downloaded the 1.21 fireware zip, copied the .dat to my sdcard. Put it in my 3DS XL (which I hadn't updated yet), asked me to update from Beta 1.20 to 1.21, clicked okay, it updated.
Updated my firmware on my 3DS XL, and now I can't get it work anymore (black error screen says to turn off by holding power)
Try running the dstwo 1.21 update again.
there we go, it worked this time
Small question: Is "fireware" a typo or intended ?
I can't seem to get the update to work. It runs fine once then the second time I get the black an error has occurred screen.
Update: never mind it seems to be working now.
Awesome successfully updated card & tested a DS game. Will update the 3DS shortly to confirm it all.
You can still use the "b" method.
It seems to be working intermittently. I updated it successfully on 6.0, then upgraded to 6.2. Below is a list of the times I've tried to use the supercard and the results.
So it seems to be a slightly unreliable patch, requiring a few boot cycles each time to get it to run properly. When it doesn't work it crackles twice, then throws the general Black Screen of Death.