Homebrew on Boot?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by skapista, May 28, 2017.

  1. skapista
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    is there a way to boot homebrew on startup?, like GodMode9 does.

    *Edit 1* i am on 11.4.0.37 B9S&Luma7.1
     
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  2. Jacklack3

    Jacklack3 ( ゚ヮ゚) buddie was here

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    You can get menuhax and set it to a certain button. Or wait/suggest for someone to make a .firm/.bin file for the hbl.
     
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    i am on 11.4 soo... no mhx :/
     
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  4. DinckelMan

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    You can either get a .firm of the payload you want or just install the HBL cia and run that. Just don't mention menuhax here lol
     
  5. daxtsu

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    Sighax doesn't change the fact that the 3DS's operating system isn't running when you first turn the console on (neither does A9LH). In A9LH/B9S you're in a primitive environment where not everything has been set up yet, and the HBL relies on the official Nintendo OS to be running in the background. The closest you can come to this is replacing the home menu with a homebrew one that can auto-boot some title after the OS is up and running.
     
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  6. Dionicio3

    Dionicio3 Some Cool Skiddo

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    So, why would you want to run a homebrew on boot? Most things (like speakers, wifi, etc.) is not initialized until the 3DS OS is loaded, so you can't use them
     
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    hmmm thanks
     
  8. Emenaria

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    That sounds like a good idea, if that's possible. I've always wanted to boot NTR CFW automatically on startup.
     
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  9. KunoichiZ

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    You can't boot NTR CFW automatically on startup for technical reasons. That's why the BootNTR exists.
     
  10. Ryccardo

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    You can downgrade, if you really wanted this :)

    CFW developers could also implement title autoboot (https://www.3dbrew.org/wiki/NSS:LaunchFIRM), but nobody has yet been interested enough!