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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by MassExplosion213, Sep 7, 2015.
Could we make a 9.2 "downgrade" pack to use with gateway to avoid having to use sysUpdater?
GW launcher checks hash values. So you are thinking about creating packs for current GW launcher, I'd say it is not possible.
Maybe a modified launcher?
There has been no modified GW launcher yet, AFAIK...
If we can modify GW launcher, there would not be reinand-like cfws.
That is not as easy as you think.
But it's already been partially decrypted.
Then ask reisyukaku why he made a cfw from scratch.
I won't lie, the cfw part is completely understandable. But why not the downgrade part?
I think you don't understand
We already know how the downgrade function works. How could we not make something to upgrade using that?
Because we don't know yet how that works. All we know that GW's emuNAND is same as all CFW as that is unmodified (exact copy as sysNAND but just a first bit placed differently).
GW launcher code is highly obfuscated (google the term if you not sure exactly what that means), which is why nobody bothers to decrypt it when we already have other open sourced launchers available.
I know what obfuscation is. But how the downgrade function works is known.
You can make one.
I am sure developers capable of making these are not interested in it since sysupdater does its job perfectly.
So do we have dg packs other than GW's? Does it function exactly as it is? Does it perform FIRM upgrade procedure (as we already know that just copying/overwriting system titles will not make it work, there needs to send additional command or it will just brick)
We have the tools to make them. I actually have them on my PC. And idk. Haven't tested.
Making DG packs(a piece of cake) and programming downgrader is a whole other story..
I'll try. Idk how it'll work, but I'll try.
EDIT: Or better yet, include the update CIAs in a copy of sysUpdater.
First versions of ntr cfw were modified GW loaders. And the clones, don't forget about them.