Hi Guys, For the past 2 days i have read almost every tutorial here, how more i read how more complicated it begins to come. I'm new to the Nintendo DS scene so there is allot to understand, 15 years ago i was active in the PSP scene as member Undertaxxx so maybe a few guy's will remember me. These days we have CFW from Dark_Alex and that was just flashing the PSP console from the SDcard, similar to the DS CFW, but daim there are allot more things going on in the Nintendo DS scene. I'm going to buy a 2DS Mario Kart 7 EUR Pack so let's hope there will be a firmware on lower than 9.3. I did some research and that pack was launched in Europe on 17-10-2014, the 9.3 update was released 08-12-2014 so almost two months after the pack was released, i hope this will be the evidence that there is a firmware lower then 9.3 on the 2DS Mario Kart 7 Pack. Once i have the console i going to try getting a CFW on it using the great and detailed tutorial from "Samiam144", thanks allot for the great guide btw ! I just have a few questions that are not so clear. First of all, where is the most risk in the process of hard bricking the 2DS console ? Also i guess wen you are in the EmuNAND there is no change of hard bricking the console because it's the emulated NAND. Like i said, i read allot the last 2 days and i see allot of things like Sysnand, Emunand, DevMenu, HaxMenu, etc, for a new guy to the scene that is allot of info to process. If i use this guide step by step i will have a CFW and HaxMenu & DevMenu, what exactly is the different between both and why need both of them. If i understood, Sysnand is the NAND of the console itself and the EmuNAND is the emulated NAND so you can play games that need a higher firmware then 9.2 and also get access to the Eshop ? Sorry for all the questions and hope you guy's will clear some things out for this newbie !