No Streaming Software for PC to 3DS is working

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by superferret1, May 13, 2018.

  1. superferret1
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    Hello, I have been trying to stream my New 2DS XL to my computer using a variety of programs like snickerstream and kitkat, but non of them want to actually connect to my DS. On snickerstream it says can not start remote play, and similar on other items. Is there a way to fix this?
     
  2. Hunter

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    what type of 3ds do you have? **ok just read**

    make sure you have the right IP address of your 3ds,

    open FTPD to see what your IP is

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    I check through FBI for my IP address through remote access and on, or is this not the correct way to get it
     
  4. Hunter

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    FBI has too many steps to get the IP just install and open FTPD

    another option, is to setup a Static IP address via your router so it always has the same IP address and does not change
     
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    how do i open FTPD
     
  6. Hunter

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    goto https://titledb.com/
    search for "Super ftpd II Turbo"
    then install that via FBI
     
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    Ok so i have my IP which is the 192 one, and its the same as the one on snickerstream. Now I load ntr cfw, its loaded me back to the home screen, I click connect, and it still says could not start remote play on the (N) 3DS
     
  8. Hunter

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    do you use bootntr selector?
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-bootntr-selector.432911/
    and load 3.6 ?
     
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  10. Hunter

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    is your computer on the same network?

    https://www.whatismyip.com will tell you your local IP address

    it should be the same as your 3ds
    e.g.

    3DS = 192.168.0.4
    PC = 192.168.0.10
     
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    my local ip is the same as my DS, not the IPv4 tho
     
  12. Hunter

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    the IPv4 is your outbound IP,

    what router do you have that your 3ds is connecting to, it may be blocking traffic from your computer to wifi devices
     
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    My 3ds is on the wifi while my computer is from an Ethernet cable
     
  14. Hunter

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    your router may be isolating traffic from wifi and lan
     
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    how do i fix that
     
  16. superferret1
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    do you know how to fix this
     
  17. Hunter

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    it depends on the router, you will need to look up your router model and check it's wifi security settings
     
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