Homebrew Is there a title deleter?

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I know I can delete things through apps like FBI and BBM, but is there an app that's just for deleting titles, that also shows you what the game is instead of just being numbers?
 

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Whenever I go to Data Management in system settings it just boots the homebrew launcher. But I did find that the newer FBI does just what I wanted it to, apparently I was using a really old version.
 

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You can use devmenu it works great for deleting titles as it gives the name for them and size
 

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I remember there being problems with title.db corruption when using the data manager with non-legit CIAs installed. I wouldn't risk it myself since it would require a system format to fix.
 

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it was semi-serious question, i doubted devmenu was updated by nintendo to give the name, but hoped it!
i prefer devmenu, i think it's cool to use the offical apps for stuff, but sure fbi has more features.
 

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it was semi-serious question, i doubted devmenu was updated by nintendo to give the name, but hoped it!
i prefer devmenu, i think it's cool to use the offical apps for stuff, but sure fbi has more features.

fbi1 with anti-standby and (optional) auto sd/nand selection? where are you? :3
 

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