Inject 3ds games via web exploit..is possible?

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  1. Arshes91
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    in any case if no, would be nice inject from digital form e-shop to turn perma different game is possible? if not maybe i guessed out is bad idea,
     
  2. Apache Thunder

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    No this can't happen. Most games actually take up more space then there is available RAM. So you're not going to be injecting a Pokemon X game into a Super Mario 3D Land game. :P
     
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    yeah i know but maybe there altnerative to think is mario land 3d but isn't just like multiman or any sort.
     
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    Well now what if you injected Homebrew code over an actual 3ds game? That might be possible? most homebrews aren't that big right?
     
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    where is that thread "3ds hacking ideas" or something like that? this post would be good in the jungle of that thread...
     
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    You'll have to find a flaw in the game to exploit. Simply injecting code is not enough. ;)

    That's sorta how the original Cubic Ninja exploit worked. A flaw in how it handled QR codes was found and they exploited it to inject code. But with that particular game, they had to exploit other things on the system before they achieved code execution. So in most cases you have to find flaws in other services the game uses before you get full homebrew on it.
     
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    Didn't pushmo have some qr code flaw that was never used?
     
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