Hacking Pokemon Ranger 3 with R4 YSMenu game freeze

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Both Open Patch & Raku Raku Patch let me get past the starting screen, but once I reach the Wirless Tower and beat Raikou,
the draw the sign part begins. When the drawing phase starts, the game just freezes.
Is this a 2nd AP protection or something?
 

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Rasas said:
Just get wood firmware then makes things a lot easier unless you have a clone which won't work with it.
Thus far YSMenu only fails with this game at the above mentioned event, so I won't change firmware just for 1 game when everything else works fine with YSMenu.
And yes, i have he original R4DS. So I would prefer a way for it to work with YSMenu.

QUOTE(Ringo619 @ Oct 12 2010, 06:51 PM) There a patch for the ysmenu , i saw it on the nds release section

I looked trough every page and no YSMenu patch. Unless you looked in the Japanese topic instead if the US topic.
 

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