[Poll] What Luma settings do you have enabled?

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What settings are enabled?

  1. Autoboot SysNAND

    92.6%
  2. Use SysNAND FIRM if booting with R

    36.8%
  3. Enable loading external FIRMs and modules

    8.8%
  4. Use custom path

    13.2%
  5. Enable game patching

    61.8%
  6. Show NAND or user string in System Settings

    83.8%
  7. Show GBA boot screen in patched AGB_FIRM

    44.1%
  8. Patch SVC/service/archive/ARM9 access

    16.2%
  9. Set developer UNITINFO

    4.4%
  10. Enable exception handlers

    19.1%
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  1. Dionicio3
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    Dionicio3 Some Cool Skiddo

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    Im just curious on what settings people have.
    Please don't go too off topic here
     
  2. Dionicio3
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    Lol the moment I post this its buried by noob threads
     
  3. Lilith Valentine

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    I don't really use Luma3DS that much, but these are the settings I turn on when I do use it
    * Autoboot SysNAND
    * Use custom path
    * Enable game patching
    * Show NAND or user string in System Settings
    * Show GBA boot screen in patched AGB_FIRM
    * Patch SVC/service/archive/ARM9 access
    * Enable exception handlers
     
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  4. skullkeeper94

    skullkeeper94 Professional USB Corrupter

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    I believe I have:
    • Autoboot SysNAND
    • Enable loading external FIRMs and modules
    • Enable Game Patching
    • Show NAND or user string in System Settings
    • Show GBA boot screen in patched AGB_FIRM
     
  5. Zidapi

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    Welcome to GBAtemp ;)
     
  6. Dionicio3
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    Dionicio3 Some Cool Skiddo

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    Ok, there is no love for "Set developer UNITINFO"
     
  7. xtheman

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    I used it ( luma isn't my main cfw). The main reason it isn't alway enabled is it only allows dev title encrypted to be installed (already installed will work) and it breaks some online features.
     
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  8. arc13

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    I'm more a user of Corbenik, but here's my config when it's used:
    + Autoboot sysNAND
    + Use sysNAND FIRM if booting with R
    + Enable game patching
    + Show NAND or user string in System Settings
    + Show GBA boot screen in patched AGB_FIRM
     
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  9. slaphappygamer

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    I have the suggested options enabled from 3ds.guide.
     
  10. Dionicio3
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    I'm surprised not many people have exception handlers enabled, it's an excellent setting to have on at all times
     
  11. RosaliinaDaHacker64

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    For SD card mounted, I use:
    • Autoboot SysNAND
    • Use SysNAND FIRM if booting with R
    • Enable game patching
    • Show NAND or user string in System Settings
    • Show GBA boot screen in patched AGB_FIRM
    • Enable exception handlers

    For NAND only, I use:
    • Show NAND or user string in System Settings
    • Set developer UNITINFO
    • Enable exception handlers
     
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  12. Ryccardo

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    It's actually more sensitive than the stock "an error has occurred" or the dev version with the error code added on top, so you do actually get more crashes (at least when I used Luma in the form of Puma33DS)

    Anyway:

    Brightness 2
    Sysnand
    GBA logo
    Exceptions (most of the time)
    Unitinfo (when needed)
     
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  13. Dionicio3
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    I haven't got excessive crashes, and I really like the feature
     
  14. ItsMetaKnight

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    What does Enable exception handlers do? Any screenshots?
     
  15. Dionicio3
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    When your 3DS crash, it displays a crash handler and creates a crash dump