Is there any way to restore boot.firm.bak on boot?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Tenclea, Aug 28, 2018.

  1. Tenclea
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    Tenclea Newbie

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    Hello there,
    I've got the "Failed to apply 1 FIRM patch(es)." error and I wanted to know if it was possible to restore the boot.firm.bak file directly from the 3ds, because I don't have access to any computer for now.

    Thanks for reading and I hope you can help me.
     
  2. Kubas_inko

    Kubas_inko "Something funny goes here."

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    I gues on earth.
    You can go to godmode9 and rename it.
     
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  3. WeedZ

    WeedZ Possibly an Enlightened Being

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    Delete the .bak part?
     
  4. Tenclea
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    Tenclea Newbie

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    I could not rename because it, but I managed to boot from the boot.firm.bak
     
  5. pthfdr

    pthfdr Advanced Member

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    You need the latest LUMA.
    Simply download it and replace boot.firm.
     
  6. Tenclea
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    Tenclea Newbie

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    I said I did not have any computer for now, but I booted the .bak from boot9strap and edited the files with FBI
     
  7. Hunter

    Hunter i'ma stuffup the board

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    the backup file still will not be able to boot, as you do not have the newest version of Luma installed, since you updated to 11.8 you cannot boot with 8.0-9.0 of luma
     
  8. 8BitWonder

    8BitWonder Small Homebrew Dev

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    You could compile GodMode9 as an autorun script to get rid of the current boot.firm and then rename boot.firm.bak to boot.firm.

    But yeah as others have said you're going to need Luma-9.1 in order to boot properly on 11.8. That or you'll need to compile an earlier version with the 11.8 fix.
     
  9. Tenclea
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    Tenclea Newbie

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    Well, that worked for me
     
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