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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by MsMidnight, Jan 2, 2016.
Also without CTRBoot Manager
Yes, it tells you how to in the app.
where exactly ?
Which version are you using? Last I checked, it was where it asks for you to input a button that lets you boot into menuhax, you don't press anything and tap the screen.
The menuhax installer has a button triggering configuration. Type 2 allows you to launch menuhax automatically, and holding a button will launch the HOME Menu instead.
If you're talking about Menuhax_manager v2.1 then I'm not seeing such option.
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Ah. So it's option 3 on the main screen, type 2, and then tap the touch screen. Awesome.
It's the third option, "Configure hax trigger button".
It's not working for me and it's saying that the no button thing is set.
It would boot up to the normal home menu and would go to the homebrew menu when holding L like usual. Perhaps it's because I'm using a custom theme?
not it as im using @Reisyukaku 's Christmas Maki theme and it boots fine
Try type 1.. Type 2 did that to me too.. It was weird.
Ayyy. That did the trick. Thanks.
type 1 holding any button turn on 3DS go systemmenu
if not holding any button turn on 3DS go hbl/ctrmanager
Type 2 holding any button turn on go hbl/ctrmanager
if not holding any button turn on 3DS go systemmenu
Type 2 lets you configure a specific button combination to press to skip loading menuhax so if you tap the touchscreen it will be set to no buttons = skip, that's why
I used type 2 and pressed L+R, so if no buttons are pressed or any buttons other than L+R are pressed it will load CtrBootManager, otherwise it will load home menu.
Just a note for some people, if it is not working, badges on your home screen could be messing with it. I had a badge on a folder that was keeping menuhax from loading.