Wow, its been a while since I posted here. Anyway, yeah. I'm wondering if there is a program out there or in development that allows me to install .cia files via the computer. Allow me to elaborate. The current way I know how to install a .cia isas follows: Drag and drop the .cia to the SD card on the computer. Insert into 3DS and launch into RX-EmuNand. Use BigBlue or similar to install .cia. The problem is that its a major waste of space. You need to have twice the available space on the SD card to install anything. If what you're trying to install is 2GB in size, you'd need 5GB free on your SD card! Sure, you can remove the .cia afterwards. But what if you technically have enough space to support a 2GB app (i.e. 3GB space left on the SD)? Well, shucks to you, because that space will be taken up by the .cia. But what if you could install a .cia via the PC? I know that it has to be in some way possible, because I backed my entire SD card up onto my PC when switching SD cards. I had a number of apps in it that were installed with .cia's via BigBlue, and they showed up fine on my 3DS once I transferred them to my new SD card, so logic tells me it would be possible to install/decompress a .cia file the same way BigBlue does, but on a PC.