Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by vozer, Dec 2, 2014.
Files always show ###### when I extract romfs.bin? Any ideas?
Maybe set your Unicode to JP first? Try that
I had this problem too. I believe the authors for the program skipped unicode implementation because it was too complex or time consuming (you can find comments suggesting this in the release notes or somewhere).
I set my system locale to Japanese and the file names are still garbled.
It's a bit problematic when you have many files with Japanese names and the program only outputs a few since they all have similar file lengths... and of course this will corrupt your ROM if you try to repack it because of the missing files.
which game has these japanese files?
For me, it was Fire Emblem: Awakening.
It has Japanese file names even in the North American version.
I tried with Fire Emblem and it had this problem too.I dont understand why dev game use these japanese symbols
Did you try it with Japanese localization? For similar things like this, i have my oracle virtualbox
I tried everything but no luck. I hope someone can fix that problem
Have you tried running it with microsoft applocale
Because they are Japanese, and that is their native language...
so insensitive of them not to consider poor rom hackers
You can open romfs.bin in hex editor and temporally change filenames into english and rename files back when they are extracted.