Hacking Gateway work on- Firmware 9.5.0-22U

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I have been doing research on my 3ds that currently has firmware 9.5.0-22U. People say I still can use gateway to play 3ds games with this firmware and that I dodged a bullet because anything 9.5.0-23U and above is the firmware's that don't work. Is this right?
 
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Close; anything above 9.2.0-20U won't work.
(Technically, the -20 part can be higher if you had a higher NVer installed but that would have required kernel access in the first place.)
 

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Close; anything above 9.2.0-20U won't work.
(Technically, the -20 part can be higher if you had a higher NVer installed but that would have required kernel access in the first place.)
So my only option to play 3Ds games ( I just bought a DSTWO Plus card) is to wait and hope they find an exploit for 9.5? And if so, what are the chances of that being any time soon?
 

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I have been doing research on my 3ds that currently has firmware 9.5.0-22U. People say I still can use gateway to play 3ds games with this firmware and that I dodged a bullet because anything 9.5.0-23U and above is the firmware's that don't work. Is this right?
No Gateway works up to 9.2.0-20, however Emunand can be updated to 9.5.0-23.

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So my only option to play 3Ds games ( I just bought a DSTWO Plus card) is to wait and hope they find an exploit for 9.5? And if so, what are the chances of that being any time soon?
They won't they have no DEV team
 

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No Gateway works up to 9.2.0-20, however Emunand can be updated to 9.5.0-23.

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They won't they have no DEV team
So what are my options then? Will any single person on this planet find a exploit for 9.5.0-22 eventually?
And I understand it can be updated to that, but does that even help me?
 

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So what are my options then? Will any single person on this planet find a exploit for 9.5.0-22 eventually?
And I understand it can be updated to that, but does that even help me?
Either Gateway finds (buys) out the 9.6 keys,there is a leak of the 9.6 keys, or someone finds kernel access somehow with voodoo magic so for now no.
 

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Your options are to sell or burn that piece of shit and get another 3ds with 9.2 firmware or LOWER.
Wait, wait, wait.... wouldn't his options be to sell/burn that piece of shit OR get another 3DS with system version 9.2.0 or lower? i just don't see how it would benefit him to sell or burn the piece of shit, AND go get a 3DS with 9.2 or lower.. then he'd have the exploitable 3DS and no flashcart! :P
 
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