[Q] N3DS Homemenu on O3DS ?

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  1. megazero1x1
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    megazero1x1 GBAtemp Fan

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    I got an O3DS A9LH running the latest OS version (11.2 I think ?) and my Wi-Fi switch is dying and getting impossible to use.
    N3DS has a software Wi-Fi button on the home menu, next brightness adjustments I believe.
    Is is possible for me to install that home menu on the O3DS ?

    I was gonna try it out (after taking a NAND backup of course) but the title ID for the O3DS Homemenu and the N3DS home menu is identical.

    So, is it possible ?
    Thanks
     
  2. Kyousak

    Kyousak Aye Sir!

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    You could try but you could get a Softbrick.
    Softbricks CAN be recovered by A9LH but Hardbricks CAN'T
     
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    Alex658 GBAtemp Maniac

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    Another option is to leave wifi permanently on, you know? I think it's the easiest at the cost of a little bit of battery life.
    Just set the brightness to a lower level but leave the wifi on.
     
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  4. megazero1x1
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    Yeah, I know that.

    I am willing to try, but don't know how to (that what CIA to install)!
    the home menu title ID is identical for O3DS and N3DS.

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    I did find a Homebrew (Thanks Daxtsu !) for toggling the Wi-Fi state (even has a CIA version !), but for the sake of convenience, I was wondering if this was possible.
     
  5. smileyhead

    smileyhead I am DEFINITELY a madman with a box.

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    Don't quote me on that, but I'm pretty sure the HOME Menu is identical on all 3DSes, but shows/hides the setting based on what system it's running on:
    2DS: Wireless Communications
    3DS: Hidden
    New3DS: Wireless Communications/NFC