Heya there! So I've got a 3DS from a friend to (hopefully) fix. The issue it has: It either randomly crashes or when you trigger certain things in a game or even on the home menu/system settings. As example it crashes when you talk to the owl in "Animal Crossing - New Leaf" in the museum and then leave it. Another random crash occures randomly when you either let Animal Crossing on the start screen (where it says to press something) or when you enter the system settings and do something or even the home menu, browser, friends list, Mii app, and so on. Another reproducible crash point is when you try to play a Mii-Lobby game. Here's an example video for the Animal Crossing crash: (Spoilered due to the elements height) Warning: Spoilers inside! Here's the reproduce able system error... Of course there are other ways of getting this error too. pic.twitter.com/f4flheko9E— EpicLPer (Stefan Kern) (@EpicLPer) February 3, 2016 Anyways, I've now managed to dump and decrypt the NAND to get to 2 .log files which won't help me further honestly... There are 2 files, one is called "native.log" and one "updater.log", the updater one only holds stuff what stuff was written/deleted while I downgraded the 3DS (I guess?) earlier to dump the NAND. This worked perfectly fine even considering the unstable state of the 3DS. The next one, native, only consists of a short text passage which tells me exactly nothing and another line of unreadable characters. I've attached both of those log files as attachments here (if you know more about this than me). Anyways, I hope you guys can help me a bit here. I really don't want my friend to have a broken 3DS to play with. Oh and if you need a bit of a back-story: That thing was once a demo-unit in a store. Not a "typical demo-unit" you might think of now, it's just a normal 3DS XL.