Homebrew Pokemon ORAS CFW 10.3.0-28E?

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So im using rxTools on EmuNand with 10.3.0-28E my sysnand is 9.2.0-20E.

Is there any current way to install a cia version of it that will work on my emunand?
If you know a dl link for a .cia that will work for me maybe you could PM me it?

Id appreciate all the help!
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Isn it a legit game wich can be installed on any firm?

Also, you re going agaisnt the rules here, dude
 

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So im using rxTools on EmuNand with 10.3.0-28E my sysnand is 9.2.0-20E.

Is there any current way to install a cia version of it that will work on my emunand?
If you know a dl link for a .cia that will work for me maybe you could PM me it?

Id appreciate all the help!
<3
You cannot ask for any form of rom links, nor can we give them.
As to your first question, any cia will do. ORAS needs sysver 7.0.x-x and above iirc.
 
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