Hacking N3DS+Sky3DS or 2DS with CFW?

Aether

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I currently have a New 3DS running 11.0 with menuhax and the Homebrew Launcher installed. This setup works great for emulation in RetroArch but I would like to be able to use CFW and install my games using CIA.

Should I sell my games and go for a Sky3DS to be able to play backups on my New3DS? Hope for some exploit to happen someday and be able to downgrade from 11.0 or should I sell my New3DS + physical games and buy a 2DS (and still have €150 profit from selling the N3DS) and install CFW on it? I already own a 128GB microSD so storage should not be a problem.
 

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steps

1. buy a 2ds for dirt cheap
2. install a9lh+luma
3. https://github.com/Plailect/Guide/wiki/DSiWare-Downgrade dsiware downgrade n3ds
4. uninstall a9lh and return to store or sell it with a9lh on ebay and make money
5. profit
6. heil smea
7. accept smea as your savior
No need to install a9lh on the 2DS, regular luma and an emuNAND will do just as well. The potential profit from adding a9lh is not worth the time spent (if you can even find a buyer who will appreciate it).
 

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No need to install a9lh on the 2DS, regular luma and an emuNAND will do just as well. The potential profit from adding a9lh is not worth the time spent (if you can even find a buyer who will appreciate it).
is it possible to install dsiwarehax on emunand i didnt know that how can i do that
 
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