issues updating games

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  1. TyDye
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    TyDye Linux and 3DS geek

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    Hello, I just got a new 128GB SD card (and formatted it n stuff to make it work) and everything works but theirs a problem.

    SMASH: when attempting to update to 1.1.7 it just gives me the error "009-2920"
    Kirby Battle Royale: when tapping the update button it "finished" nearly instantly and says it succeed but no data was actually downloaded and it just asks to be updated agian.


    any help would be appreciated!
     
  2. Majickhat55

    Majickhat55 The Red Woman

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    Is your system fully updated? Have you performed a region change? Are the games installed for the same region as your console?
     
  3. am714

    am714 GBAtemp Fan

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    Da qualche parte nella Dimensione Magica...
    For Smash you are out of luck. Internet? Or SD Card??

    For Kirby instead it will never update because it's not the same region as your 3ds FW and so eshop looking For a not existing game in the server of your region
     
  4. TyDye
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    TyDye Linux and 3DS geek

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    I know for sure that my SD card and internet is fine and I have not changed my region and my system is up to date.

    the kirby update magically worked now but smash is still not working, any ideas?

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    when viewing the update in the eshop it says its 0 blocks? watt???
     
  5. mike a

    mike a GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Updates are messed up for me too
     
  6. TyDye
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    TyDye Linux and 3DS geek

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    on all games or just smash? just smash for me
     
  7. mike a

    mike a GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    All, hell I can't even go into the Minecraft store, and it'll tell me to go onto sleep mode to update games, but won't download the update
     
  8. Majickhat55

    Majickhat55 The Red Woman

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    Ok did you purchase the game or download a .CIA? Downloading even updates from the CDN causes a valid ticket check against the installed titles. If you're using a pirated copy, an update through eShop is NOT guaranteed to work. My advice is find the update as a .CIA on a warez site and install it that way. Seriously, unless you're buying something stay out of the eShop on a hacked console.

    If your console isn't even hacked, than it can still be a server side time out issue with your connection. Just because the 3DS "Internet" bar is blue and you're connected, doesn't mean the server on Nintendo's side is receiving the request if the connection times out. I would power cycle your router, as well as the DS, delete your internet config on the console, make a new with the same SSID and try the update again. Also, if you can make sure you're relatively close to your router and make sure no one else connected to the access point is using MAX bandwidth by online gaming or something.
     
    Last edited by Majickhat55, Nov 27, 2018
  9. KleinesSinchen

    KleinesSinchen The Backup Reminder

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    Are you sure about that? Do you know where's the difference if downloading an update for a cartridge? In this case the console has no valid ticket. Updating a cartridge version must be still possible. Seems to be the same update file.
    Example: I've dumped and installed my Mario Kart 7 cartridge (downloaded the 1.1 update long before the server side changes). Starting the cart now for a test, it is still version 1.1 -- no other download needed.
     
  10. Majickhat55

    Majickhat55 The Red Woman

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    Cartirdges have no headers either, which the system 100% can detect so it's sort of moot. The console knows if you're using a cart or .CIA based on the existence of a header as well. So it 100% makes a difference. Cartridge updates will never give you an issue outside of connection problems or being banned.

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    Carts don't use tickets either as the game is not "installed" on the system. It's read through a card slot.
     
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  11. mike a

    mike a GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Yes they were pirated games lol, I know all about 11.8. Figured it wouldn't work, and I know about that ISO site.
     
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