1. ToneCapone-RF

    ToneCapone-RF Advanced Member
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    ran a test to see what's the problem and it seems your console id may be wrong. the id is 16 digit check to see if that's correct.
     
  2. 3EGaming

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    The console ID is correct I checked it with fwtool through ugopwn.
     
  3. ToneCapone-RF

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    Ok question are these your own .tik cause if there not you wont be able to decrypt them.
     
  4. 3EGaming

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    yes. it came from my nand dump
     
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    I say redo you CID again from your DSI and see what happens from there.
     
  6. 3EGaming

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    it still says the same thing
    [​IMG]
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  7. zacchi4k

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    Make sure you're not mistakenly trying to decrypt a tmd instead of a ticked, that got me the first time I tried to follow this guide
     
  8. 3EGaming

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    It is a ticket that I got from the nand dump in this folder:

    [​IMG]
     
  9. ww97

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    I'm confused a bit. This guide has nothing to do with "injecting/installing" DSi ROM dumps into the NAND. All it does is decrypting the NAND, trimming a ticket from the NAND itself, and re-encrypting it again.
     
  10. Ryccardo

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    Try to re-read it with quite a little bit more care, since it describes:

    Decrypting the nand
    Copying a DSiware executable sourced elsewhere, and an appropriate TMD for it, to the appropriate place in twlnand
    Decrypting an original DSiware ticket, editing a copy so that it has the titleID of the above title, renaming it appropriately, re-encrypting it, and copying it to the appropriate place in twlnand
    Re-encrypting the nand :)

    That said, this procedure has some unnecessary steps which weren't known to be so at the time (the console doesn't even care for the presence of a ticket; and if you are using a CFW with "emunand", no flash crypto required, of course) if all you want is Fr33 G4m3z
     
  11. This guide has still been pretty useful for me (for personal reasons).
     
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  12. dpad_5678

    dpad_5678 Ape weak on own. Ape strong in unity.
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    Wow, wish I knew some of this at the time. Probably doubled the time it took for me to install DSiWare by just making up the tickets alone. 10 years later, and the console's finally cracked wide open.
     
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  13. SilverTheGamer

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    How do i extract the .app file?
     
  14. Ryccardo

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    "ctrtool the-dsiware.cia --contents=pizza" or something like that (check out ctrtool's built in help)
    That will create a file with "pizza" in its name (whatever you typed, of course), for a DSiware cia that's your content/app/srl/dsi/nds
     
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    The extension is a string of numbers and letters. Will it work fine if i change the extension to .app?
     
  16. Ryccardo

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    Yeah, the format is {prefix you input like "pizza"}.{content number}.{content id} - content id is the name of the .app file as it would be on 3DS (unsurprisingly, ctrtool's naming scheme is designed for 3DS software)
     
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    I did it with a certain game and the end is just a string of zeros, will it still work?

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    I checked the string of text the program output, apparently it read the titleid correctly, just didn't name it accordingly
     
  18. Ryccardo

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    Sure, it's a content id (ie official file name when installed) which is completely unrelated to the titleid
     
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    Has someone successfully created a valid ticket without using a base ticket from 00030004? For example a system title ticket (00030005). My dsi didn't came with any dsi ware pre installed :(
     
  20. banjo2

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    You could try the DSi System Transfer Tool, maybe?
     
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