Luma updater : boot.firm problem...

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  1. Xyphoseos
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    Xyphoseos Hack or no games

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    Hello I have a problem :

    When I download the latest hourly build of Luma3DS with luma updater and I reboot, my 3DS don't boot, directly shutdown...
    I put my SD card on my computer and I delete boot.firm and I rename the backup of the previous version (boot.firm.bak to boot.firm) I boot.

    Why I get this with the latest houly build... Bad download ? Bug... ? Tell me please !

    I'm on N3DS 11.4E Luma7.1 Latest version of luma updater (I active the write on CTRNand)
     
  2. Elysium420

    Elysium420 Shitposting bastard

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    As far as I know the current hourlies are broken. It's not the updater's problem.
     
  3. Xyphoseos
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    Okay, thank you for you quick reply :)
     
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  4. KunoichiZ

    KunoichiZ GBAtemp Guru

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    I know that you figured this problem out, but I keep putting reminders in every since release note for Luma Updater to not use the hourlies for a reason. :/ It's not my fault if you don't see the warnings or choose to ignore them, update to the latest hourly, and then post that you are having issues.
     
  5. Juned

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    Hi i tried updating to b9strap and deleteed my boot.firm and boot.firm.bak and now my 3ds xl wont boot up can anybody help??
     
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  6. Xyphoseos
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    With boot9strap, you need boot.firm at the root of your sd card (luma boot.firm)
     
  7. Lacius

    Lacius GBAtemp Guru

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    You should have also copied the Luma3DS boot.firm to your CTRNAND if you had followed the guide properly. This would have allowed the 3DS to boot without the boot.firm file on the SD card.