Fast way to test custom CIA's that your Developing?

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  1. ShinyMK
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    ShinyMK known as @initPRAGMA

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    As you know constantly sending it to the 3DS and installing is a PAIN! Is there a faster way?
     
  2. evandixon

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    Depending on what you're making you could try it as a 3dsx.

    Building a .3ds and using a Gateway is also an option.
     
  3. ShinyMK
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    Its a CIA so...
     
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    Couldn't you do it in Citra?
     
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    What are you trying to develop?
     
  6. ShinyMK
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    That actually works? K ill try
     
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    It should, at least from what I here.
     
  8. Vappy

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    Any reason you can't build it as a .3dsx too? Fastest way to test on actual hardware is network loading a .3dsx from the homebrew menu.
     
  9. ShinyMK
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    Built it as a 3dsx but Citra needs it to be decrypted :l

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    How can I use HBL to test the .3dsx? I know about Netloader but cant find "3dslink" anywhere.
     
  10. Vappy

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    It's included in devkitARM, will be under devkitARM/bin.
     
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