Home Screen Frozen with CHMM2

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    I just installed CHMM2 in cia form on my o3ds 11.0 with a9hl. i tried installing a theme but when i booted back up my home screen remains frozen and i cant do anything. What can i do to fix this. Thank you
     
  2. Alan Treecko

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    either the themes broken or just use cia themes
     
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    Someone will have to help me with exactly where it is, but you can delete a certain folder on your sd card and it will remove theme data so you can use the home menu again. It's somewhere in the /Nintendo 3ds/ folder, but you'll have to wait until either me or someone else finds/remembers it.
     
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    Supposing you didnt change region its the folder 00000002cd in the directory Nintendo3DS/***/???/ (where *** should be one or two folders depending whether you used emunand)! If you have 2 folders just pick the larger one because it should be the folder of your active nand!!! There should be just one folder in the place ??? so just open it!!!
    (edited because i wrote version instead of region...)
     
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    it's the extdata folder.
     
  6. TheCyberQuake

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    All of extdata? Because afaik you can just delete the home menu extdata. I didn't know if anything else is stored in extdata so I didn't want to go telling people to delete the entire folder.
     
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    well, Home menu extdata anyway, but it doesn't really matter for most games (I suppose)? Isn't most extdata just written by games that need it if not found anyway?