Homebrew FBI installed cias replacing existing ones.

Jedman

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OK so I went and installed a bunch of new cia's today using fbi. Mainly snes and gba virtual console injects.

When I went back to the main menu the new installs had installed over a large chunk of my existing installed games, even replacing my fbi and homebrew Icons on the menu.

Anyone know where my old games have gone and if I can get them back?

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I think you have more than 300 icons on the Home Menu, which is a limit imposed by Nintendo and we can't do anything to bypass it.
You'll have to uninstall some titles
 
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The Real Jdbye

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Thanks I panicked then for a second.
You can launch the missing titles from BigBlueMenu/DevMenu and I believe FBI and they will still work fine.
Personally I would just use homebrew emulators where possible so you don't have to deal with that.
Alternatively, there's always the option of making an emuNAND, unlinking by formatting it with TinyFormat, and putting some of your games there, effectively doubling the limit.
 
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You can launch the missing titles from BigBlueMenu/DevMenu and I believe FBI and they will still work fine.
Personally I would just use homebrew emulators where possible so you don't have to deal with that.
Yes, but he said that FBI dissapeared, so how could he start it then?
 

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