Installed .cia does not show up?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by t_jay17, Oct 15, 2015.

  1. t_jay17
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    t_jay17 GBAtemp Regular

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    I installed the cia for Gundam the battle 3d on my 3ds but it does not show up. I have pasta cfw and the region free on my 3ds. Why would it not show up is it for a firmware higher than what I have?
     
  2. SonicRegret

    SonicRegret Ultimate Ayame

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    what firmware are you on exactly?
     
  3. t_jay17
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    t_jay17 GBAtemp Regular

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    I have pasta cfw and my 3ds is on 9.2.0-20u
     
  4. JJTapia19

    JJTapia19 I fight for my friends.

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    Just to make sure are you using Ntr CFW or free multi patcher to enable region free? Pasta does not have region free implemented.
     
  5. WeedZ

    WeedZ Possibly an Enlightened Being

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    If youre on old 3ds I suggest setting up an emunand, updating it to 10.1, installing modified themehax and rxtools. Then you can launch into recent version emunand/cfw as soon as it's powered on. I've had no issues with cias with that setup.
     
  6. Tjessx

    Tjessx GBAtemp Maniac

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    Your CIA is probably just broken. Where did you find it?
     
  7. tyrran

    tyrran Advanced Member

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    This right here. Grab the free multi patcher cia and run it, suddenly your other games will magically appear.
     
  8. t_jay17
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    t_jay17 GBAtemp Regular

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    I used the region three to make the 3ds region free and I use the pasta cfw and it allowed me to install the cia but it does not show up. I will have to try what you all said to try and see if it works with that.
     
  9. teampleb

    teampleb BAH! DED! X_X

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    RegionThree is outdated. Use RegionFour.
     
  10. JJTapia19

    JJTapia19 I fight for my friends.

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    You don't just make your 3ds region free you need to enable region free each time you reboot your 3ds after running pasta by using ntr cfw or freemultipatcher.
     
    Last edited by JJTapia19, Oct 15, 2015
  11. t_jay17
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    t_jay17 GBAtemp Regular

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    Thanks for the help with freemultipatcher the game showed up right away and I can play it.
     
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  12. videogame57

    videogame57 Touch Fluffly Tail

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    Isn't Pasta obsolete since it merged into rxTools?
     
  13. capito27

    capito27 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Mostly, yes, the only thing not present in rxTools yet is the devmode (aka non-firmlaunch mode)
     
  14. JJTapia19

    JJTapia19 I fight for my friends.

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    I still use it daily. I'm one of those who prefer sysnand. Maybe it's just because it was the first New 3ds cfw with sigs patched so it was love at first sight :rofl2:
     
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  15. videogame57

    videogame57 Touch Fluffly Tail

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    rxTools 3.0 has devmode, I've used it myself.

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    I ditched it for rxTools, can't remember exactly why but it made things easier when I made my EmuNAND afterwards.
     
  16. capito27

    capito27 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I was refeeing to the N3DS version of rxTools , which doesn't contain devmode yet.
     
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