Installing a CFW on 3.0.0-6U

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by ArmoredGuns1, Sep 7, 2015.

  1. ArmoredGuns1
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    I want to install homebrew and a CFW on a 3.0.0-6U. Do I need Cubic Ninja to do so? Can I install homebrew through the browser exploit?
     
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    yes you can :lol:.... but where did you get that 3ds?:huh:
     
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    In Los Santos, GTA: San Andreas.
    Yeah, that is the oldest firmware that anyone has.
     
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    In Los Santos, GTA: San Andreas.
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    I didn't know the firmware would be so rare! I'm willing to do a NAND dump if some of you guys help me and tell me how to do it!
     
  7. VerseHell

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    Your firmware is not the same as his.
    First, you need to update your console to 4.1-9.2 with a game.
     
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    you need to find a cartridge on firm 4.1 - 4.5 (maybe up to 9.2 but i wouldn't risk it with that low browser vers)

    go to http://3dsdb.com/
    and type in the search box any of the following strings
    4.5 usa
    4.4 usa
    4.3 usa
    4.1 usa

    and get a game on the list. i would try to avoid popular first party nintendo games (mario, zelda, etc) as they might contain reprints of later firm versions.