Hacking Gateway Web Browser Menu not working after updating to 10.38 via Time Machine

UL7RA

Member
OP
Newcomer
Joined
Nov 29, 2014
Messages
23
Trophies
0
Age
24
Location
Bucharest, Romania
XP
111
Country
Romania
It all started when I wanted to have the fastboot thingy on my console, as it seemed neat. Before everything, my console was on 9.20, EmuNAND on like 10.30. So it went like this:
I put the 4.1B files on the SD Card
Booted into the Gateway menu using the web browser as usual
Backed up NAND, transferred it into my PC. Turn off, then back into the Gateway menu
Booted into SysNAND Gateway Mode as stated by the guide, opened Time Machine app from the Select button menu.
Made an integrity check, saw it load but had to go away for a while and came back to the Time Machine menu, thinking that everything went fine. (And it probably did)
Then I pressed that thingy with upgrading to 10.38, it did its job, nice and all, 3DS booted, went through the first time setup.
And then I tried to open GW menu through the browser, it said it needed update, and I set the time and date to 0:00 and 1.1.2000 as I saw somewhere, then generated save info form the browser menu.
Then went to the Gateway link that loads the menu and... surprise! Nothing happened. It loaded the black image with the white writing, and that's all. I could even drag the image around on the screen!
I tried entering the menu with 4.1B, 3.7.1 and even 3.4.1 (which was the version I had back on 9.20).
I'm desperate and I don't know what else I can do. To mention that the web browser homebrew loader works, but it won't load Time Machine for some reason. Goes black screen and I can't do anything.

TL;DR: Upgraded to 10.38 via Time Machine. Now Gateway Menu won't start. Tried with all versions. When loading Time Machine with browser hax gives black screen.
 

NintenDavid

Well-Known Member
Member
Joined
May 25, 2016
Messages
450
Trophies
0
Age
23
Location
Soobway
XP
228
Country
United States
It all started when I wanted to have the fastboot thingy on my console, as it seemed neat. Before everything, my console was on 9.20, EmuNAND on like 10.30. So it went like this:
I put the 4.1B files on the SD Card
Booted into the Gateway menu using the web browser as usual
Backed up NAND, transferred it into my PC. Turn off, then back into the Gateway menu
Booted into SysNAND Gateway Mode as stated by the guide, opened Time Machine app from the Select button menu.
Made an integrity check, saw it load but had to go away for a while and came back to the Time Machine menu, thinking that everything went fine. (And it probably did)
Then I pressed that thingy with upgrading to 10.38, it did its job, nice and all, 3DS booted, went through the first time setup.
And then I tried to open GW menu through the browser, it said it needed update, and I set the time and date to 0:00 and 1.1.2000 as I saw somewhere, then generated save info form the browser menu.
Then went to the Gateway link that loads the menu and... surprise! Nothing happened. It loaded the black image with the white writing, and that's all. I could even drag the image around on the screen!
I tried entering the menu with 4.1B, 3.7.1 and even 3.4.1 (which was the version I had back on 9.20).
I'm desperate and I don't know what else I can do. To mention that the web browser homebrew loader works, but it won't load Time Machine for some reason. Goes black screen and I can't do anything.

TL;DR: Upgraded to 10.38 via Time Machine. Now Gateway Menu won't start. Tried with all versions. When loading Time Machine with browser hax gives black screen.
Why gateway fastboot? Just use a9lh via luma, because gateway will brick you.
Gateway.intoTheTrashItGoes(bool NOW=true)
:P
 
Last edited by NintenDavid,
  • Like
Reactions: zezzo

You may also like...

General chit-chat
Help Users
  • No one is chatting at the moment.
  • Shape @ Shape:
    b-b-b-BLAST PROCESSING
    +1
  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    gee, it sure is BORING around here...
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Especially now
  • ZhiShuiTingLan @ ZhiShuiTingLan:
    How to upgrade fast
  • ZhiShuiTingLan @ ZhiShuiTingLan:
    I can't understand English at all, I can only rely on translation
  • The Real Jdbye @ The Real Jdbye:
    Upgrading quickly can depend on what you're trying to upgrade. Can you provide more information about what you're looking to upgrade, and what you're hoping to achieve by upgrading quickly?
    +1
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    It's a good idea to wait it out and let things happen naturally tinkering with update files can cause worse than good
    +1
  • BlazeMasterBM @ BlazeMasterBM:
    i farted
  • x65943 @ x65943:
    Stop eating so much garlics
  • Shape @ Shape:
    Did someone say upgrading? Are we trying to upgrade the system or the toaster?
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    My toaster is IP68 so I work on it in my bathtub
    +1
  • Shape @ Shape:
    What kind of thermal paste are you using for on bathtub's vCPU hypervisor
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Corsair
    +1
  • Shape @ Shape:
    That's a good, real thermal paste. I bet it's given you great results.
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    I'm a huge fanboy and brand loyal so we can argue about the kind you use
  • Shape @ Shape:
    Jif. I get horrible results, I'm going through probably 12 jars of it a week and at least 8 PCs.
  • Shape @ Shape:
    It's no argument.
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Try jelly it makes it moist
    +1
  • Shape @ Shape:
    Why is corsair the best paste tho fr?
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Because some random guy on the internet said it was
    +1
    K3N1 @ K3N1: Because some random guy on the internet said it was +1