Homebrew Is OoT3Dhax "stronger" then BASICSploit?

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I.E. is there anything I can do on 11.0.0-33U using OoT3dHax that I couldn't do with BASICSploit?

If so, what?
These are just entry points to homebrew launcher. There is no "Stronger" entry points, they all do the same. The only difference is Oot3Dhax is secondary while BASICsploit is primary and that's about it.
 
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These are just entry points to homebrew launcher. There is no "Stronger" entry points, they all do the same. The only difference is Oot3Dhax is secondary while BASICsploit is primary and that's about it.
Ah, thanks.

I should have figured as much. Time to return this Power Save thingy I got, lol.
 

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Of course my first answer was snarky as hell but yellows8 backing oot3dhax is probably a serious advantage. He LTS's the hell out of his exploits like a doting father. It's also an advantage that it's cart+eshop and nintendo doesn't seem to want to pull the eshop version (nepotism?).
 
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BASICsploit is just too basic.:sleep: OoT3DHax has great ocarina music that makes you dance in excitement as you use homebrew!:D It is great for a...

:hrth:HOMEBREW DANCE PARTY EXTRAVAGANZA!!!:toot:

In all seriousness though, they both have the exact same level of access, and their capabilities are equal.
 
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"Stronger", no.
But I have noticed that there is a stability difference between entry points, especially when using kernel exploits. Some entry points just seem to run these exploits better than others.
Also noted, some just generally boot more often than others.
 

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There are no "stronger" haxes that allow for "stronger" apps. All haxes allow you the same thing. The only difference is stability.

As of 11.0.0-33, update, OotHax is less stable due to, and quote from Plailect:
  • Received codebin physical-memory randomization which was originally added for the eShop in 10.4.0-29, which temporarily makes launching the exploit very unreliable until an update is released
But it doesn't mean it's "weaker" that BASICsploit. It's just that is harder to get homebrew launched at first.
 

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