help with oot3dhax?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Josepe11037, Nov 3, 2015.

  1. Josepe11037
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    Josepe11037 Newbie

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    Do you need another homebrew in order to install it? or can you install it with just ocarina of time?
     
  2. Returnofganon

    Returnofganon I pretend like I know what I'm talking about

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    You need a save dongle I believe to inject the hacked save into the cartridge. Powersaves would work
     
  3. Critichart

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    Wha's a save dongle and power save?? o_o

    EDIT nvm looks like there's no hope for me, can't find a save file with the stuff, oothax looks very hard to do without homebrew.
     
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    kedest GBAtemp Psycho!

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    You need either a save dongle, or another 3DS system that can already run homebrew to inject the exploit (a save file) into the cartridge
     
  5. Sapphirexe

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    Guys, i got a problem too, I installed oot3dhax with Homemenuhax and everything works, but not the booting into the launcher. The save is installed as normal and it wants to boot into the homebrew launcher, but there are stripes and then the game crashes and the 2ds has to be rebooted. What is wrong?

    I´m using a 2DS with homemenuhax 2.5 and FW 10.1.0.27E.
     
  6. Azure_Kytia

    Azure_Kytia Advanced Member

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    There are issues at the moment with 10.1/10.2 E consoles getting the 2.5 payload working. You can get OoTHax working on a European 10.1/10.2 console using the 2.1 payload, which allows access to homebrew launcher, but things like HANS are unusable. This serves to at least give you a stable backup in case problems come up with Homemenuhax.

    A set of instructions relevant to you can be found here
     
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