Question about CHMM2

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by BigEyesLuigi, Sep 4, 2016.

  1. BigEyesLuigi
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    Hey there :)
    Recently, I'm trying to uninstall custom themes using CHMM2. There's an option to uninstall themes by pressing B button. I pressed that but the custom theme is still not removed :(

    Is there another way to uninstall custom themes? (Since when I enter 'Notifications' or 'Game Notes' and exit the apps, the screen freezes)

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  2. Xenosaiga

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    Just go into the Nintendo themes selector and change your theme to a basic color theme.
     
  3. BigEyesLuigi
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    But when I restart the console, the custom theme pops up again...
     
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    Try deleting the themes manually from the sd card. Go intl the nintendo folder, your 3ds nand folder, and keep going deeper untill you see the themes folder. Then just delete it. Simple
     
  5. BigEyesLuigi
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    Ok I'll try later
    Thanks
     
  6. BigEyesLuigi
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    Well I deleted the 'Themes' folder, changed my theme to 'No Theme'. After restarting my 3DS, the custom theme still pops up :(
     
  7. ThatWorld Of 3ds

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    "Hmm, that's a tricky one." I don't know how I could help, but I'd recommend looking at a wiki page or maybe contact the developer. I'll see if I can find a solution.
    P.S.: OMG IT'S BIGEYESLUIGI
     
  8. Kloklopfer

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    How about using cthulhu to clear your homemenu data?
     
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    Good idea! :)
     
  10. BigEyesLuigi
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    Ok thx