Having trouble getting anything to work on my N3ds 9.9

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  1. Battosai
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    I've tried youtube loader and get "newer version of this software is required"

    Tried loading web browser exploit and get "Internet browser cannot be used at this time.

    Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I tried to follow the directions on this site and sealium's guide as well.
    Greatly appreciate any help.

    Should I just wait for gateway to release something? Or is there something I can do?
     
  2. Nikki_swap

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    As far as i Know, web browser and youtube dont work on 9.X firmwares without CFW
     
  3. Tony_93

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    You need to update to 10.3 to use them.

    They no longer work in 9.9

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    Tubehax is dead for good.

    Browserhax, Menuhax and Ironhax can be used in 10.3

    Use that instead.
     
  4. Battosai
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    So I should update to 10.3? There"s no downside to updating?

    I have the intention of downgrading when that hack is released.
     
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  5. Tony_93

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    Gateway said they have support coming for 10.3 systems.

    Hackinformer is advising people to update to 10.3 and stay there too.

    I think is safe to assume they already have proof this is happening, the work is going in 10.3 and it would be the first version supported by any release.

    Also, make sure you get Ironhax and Menuhax going.

    Online exploits such as browserhax and tubehax can always be killed by blocking access to your web browser and the online functions (that's what they did to Tubehax).
     
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