1. Itzumi

    Itzumi 3DS Enthusiast, Audiophile
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    The brightness settings are not extensive on New models.
     
  2. Redna

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    if you are using a n3DS and were to compare the lowest settings to that of an o3ds the n3ds is slightly more dim. Same goes for the highest level as well.
     
  3. Itzumi

    Itzumi 3DS Enthusiast, Audiophile
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    It still burns my eyes in dark rooms either way.
     
  4. Redna

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    I completely agree, I wonder if there already is one but i couldn't seem to bring up a whole lot.
     
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    That actually also has to do with the screen types, not whether it is just N/O3DS...
     
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    Just comparing due to personal experience, i have both o/n3ds and i use n3ds when its late. My brother does the same thing and it seems to be consistant.
     
  7. ThoD

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    Not what I meant, it's possible that your models just have different screen types. Refer to this since you seem to not know that the 3DS, both old and new can have two different kinds of screens: https://gbatemp.net/threads/guide-tn-and-ips-displays-which-does-my-3ds-have.409925/
     
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    Gotcha Gotcha, both of my 3ds's have IPS displays so maybe my o3ds is just worn but i've been fairly light on em
     
  9. bluhacks

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    Another idea is streaming Android to 3DS, we already can stream PC to 3DS, why not? :P
     
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    You can always just stream Android to PC then relay the stream from PC to 3DS:P
     
  11. mayor_lillia

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    Hi there! I'd like to request a screen dimmer CIA (similar or identical to the old "screen brightness" option on BootNTR) for the new 3ds systems? It made it so I could game for quite a while longer (light-sensitive). I totally understand if it isn't doable, but I figured I'd toss the request out there. Would absolutely be willing donate to a homebrew dev for a permanent light-dimming CIA on Luma. Thanks for your time & let me know if you need any more info.
     
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  12. CrashMidnick

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    I second those two homebrews : Amiga Emulator + Media player :)
     
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    A bookr mod vita port to 3ds

    https://github.com/pathway27/bookr-mod-vita
    • The reader can handle PDF, CBZ, ePub, FB2 and HTML files thanks to muPDF
    • Basic controls, such as changing pages and whatnot, work fine
    • The UI itself is intact and mostly functioning.
     
  14. DustyKai

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    I want an N64 emulator, even if the 3DS doesn't have enough RAM.
     
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    The RAM is the LEAST of the 3DS's worries when it comes to N64:P N64 is an extremely difficult system to emulate because it had a unique processor architecture, so the game code is fundamentally different, so you either need a similar architecture system or one with a LOT of head room for system resources (really strong CPU to avoid the millions of issues that occur from the code not being translated properly/accurately enough). Only N64 emulator on a weak system has been the one on the PSP, but only the PSP happened to have the exact same processor architecture, reason it was even able to do it, but even then it was hardly able to get 20FPS at best. To sum up, N64 emulation is extremely difficult and literally impossible on both the N3DS and O3DS unless you are fine with a buggy mess that runs games at 1FPS (literally that, not exaggerating) that will most likely just crash.
     
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    Oh, then nevermind, lol. If I really want to play N64 games, I can go on my Wii anyway. Though not portable.
     
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    For portable N64, your best bet would be a PSVita. Similar architecture and fairly stronger than PSP, so things should pretty decently.
     
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    I'm pretty sure I've got an old PSP lying around somewhere. How hard is it to jailbreak?
     
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    The original psp is super easy, even on latest firmware.
     
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    Like letterbomb levels of easy?
     
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