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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Viris, Jan 13, 2016.
o3ds or n3ds?
Old3ds. I write also in the guide
Noice. Will try when I can use my computer
Let me know if it works
Yeah. You can't provide download links for firmware and slotkey here.
Yes,but it makes little sense,since even if not directly share the file firmware.bin,will be share the tool to create it(Present in the folders rxtools)
I think it's the same thing
Yeah. I mean you can literally say something like google this and that and download it there, but you can't link it here. It's against the rules as this is copyrighted material and your thread will probably be deleted.
So should I replace the download link,by inserting in the archive tool to create it?
You could make a slight "workaround"... just paste the link into a pastebin with a text saying something like "viris rxtools files" and then tell people to google for viris rxtools files pastebin. That'll do. That's not linking directly, only pointing to it. Stupid, yes, but allowed.
Fixed. The two files are no longer in the archive
I still don't get what this tutorial is for.
Ain't that just instructions to install an older rxTools-version? How is this supposed to fix blackscreens? If it was installed correctly in the first place, there are no blackscreens.
BTW the mega link archive also contains rxtools firm folder, which again contains firmware files that aren't allowed.
Many people fail to instal lrxtools 3.0 properly,and this leads to a black screen when you try to start it with ctrbootmanager.With this guide I try so simple and clear,to accommodate the installation of rxtools,to enable people to use ctrbootmanager
As far as I can tell, all you have done is add your name to a boot.cfg entry for rxtools.
Just like to mention that it works
It works because its basically a warez package.
I don't like calling people out that are trying to be helpful, but look at the fact that it says to copy rxtools.dat to the SD. The boot entry for rxtools (that he edited to include his name) calls code.bin not rxtools.dat :-/
Maybe it's because he used the web browser to launch it and thinks that the file must stay on the sd card? Anyway, so long as it works people will be happy.
People won't get a chance to be happy as it will get deleted for containing the firmware files.