Homebrew not working

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Keretto, Feb 10, 2016.

  1. Keretto
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    Yesterday when I pressed L and the Home Button at the same time (to run menuhax) my screen went like a tv screen (when there is no signal) and then colors changed on the bottom screen but then it got stuck. (Homebrew was working fine before.) I then reinstalled the homebrew and it still didn't work. Today I deleted all the homebrew files but when I press L + Home Button the screen still goes like a tv and this time the 3ds tells me to power off save and restart or something. My plan was to remove the homebrew and then run the 3ds without homebrew and then reinstall the homebrew and see if it works. Please help! Thanks! :D (My 3ds is 10.5)
     
  2. Joom

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    Sometimes *hax entrypoints fail. It happens. No need to wipe everything and start fresh. But since you've already done this, I'm assuming you've already reinstalled menuhax. If not, what have you done? The information you've given is kinda ambiguous.
     
  3. Akira

    Akira I'm not a SHRIMP!!!!

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    I've already experienced this, and I think you deleted the menuhax payload. Try to reinstall it, using browserhax or any other hax you have with you.
     
  4. Keretto
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    Thanks guys but I uninstalled the homebrew files and the only files that I have in my SD are DCIM and Nintendo 3DS, so how come I still get an error. I also tried doing the boot up without the SD card and nothing went wrong, just normal boot up. So the error is deffinitely coming from the DCIM or the Nintendo 3DS file! Right?..
     
  5. Xenosaiga

    Xenosaiga That one guy that doesn't give a shit anymore

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    Start 3ds with SD card removed. After system is booted and home menu is loaded go to theme selected and change your theme. There are still Themhax files cached on your system.
     
  6. Keretto
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    OMG! Thanks alot. So I started my 3ds without the SD card then I put it in and changed my theme! Now I can reinstall homebrew! :D

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    Oh crap I installed homebrew and the same error message popped up! :(
     
  7. Xenosaiga

    Xenosaiga That one guy that doesn't give a shit anymore

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    What error this time? What are you doing to cause the error?
     
  8. Keretto
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    I don't know but I did try to download some apps for homebrew before even running the homebrew and since I am unexperienced I just dragged and dropped the apps into the 3ds folder and the error happened when I scanned the QR code for the homebrew. I then checked my SD card again and all the app files were gone exept one (I think that one had to go straight in the 3ds file anyway) so I tried again and same... So I don't know. :/
     
    Last edited by Keretto, Feb 11, 2016