[Question] Does Ninjhax work with o3DS v10.2?

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  1. LuxerWap
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    Planning on wasting $40 for Cubic Ninja, but before I buy it, I need to know if it's compatible with my 2DS.
     
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    Yes, it works.
     
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    Yes, Ninjhax 2.5
     
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    LuxerWap The Green Husky with a Broken Tail

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    Alright! Thanks, Falco and Splatoon Link!
     
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    I was gonna ask the same. Thanks. And will it work with Sky3DS right?
     
  6. Justin20020

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    yes its working with sky3ds
     
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    Thanks! I also heard that Ninjax
    cannot be blocked cuz Nintendo wont block or Update Cubic Ninja. Is that true? So I can still keep updating my N3DSXL and this still will be working?
     
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    Nobody really knows if they 'can't' block it, but the fact that they've blocked Tubehax, Browserhax and Themehax but none of the game-based hax says a lot.
     
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    I dont know. I didn't updated CN. Yes, its working on any 3ds
     
  10. Ammako

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    I don't think they can feasibly block NinjHax because the original devs went under, so there isn't anyone who can go back to work on it and release a patch that fixes it :P
    Even then, the 3DS doesn't force you to download the latest updates for your games when you play them, and I doubt they're about to start doing so.
     
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    So that means that I can update my N3DSXL to future Firmwares and I will still be able to get to Homebrew Channel/Launcher?
     
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    Maybe. I'm not trying to be sarcastic, but nobody can see the future. Check before you update, always.
     
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    Theoretically, yeah.
    I'd suggest you stay on the safe side and not update, because they might come up with a sneaky way to fix it at some point and we would have no idea.
     
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    Why do you want to update?
     
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    I would bet that Nintendo requires the source code of a game upon submission. Seems like a common sense security policy although Nintendo may have overlooked it because, well, Nintendo.

    One idea for fixing CN is to require an update patch for the game if the user wants to go online. (this is only enforced if the game has been played on the system at least once - this keeps most users from being inconvenienced).

    Another is to simply include an exefs patch cia for the game in a firmware update. If the game is launched on this firmware, the NAND exefs is used instead of the ROM's. The exefs is about 2MBs so it shouldn't be a issue of NAND space.

    As far as "do they have the right to do this?" goes, well, I never thought they would go so far as to delete your browser with a firmware update -- so maybe anything's possible if they're desperate enough. However, since CN represents only maybe 20K users, I don't think N will find it fiscally justifiable to implement measures I've outlined above, even if they're possible. The free browser exploits that all 50 million 3ds users could use was obviously more of a priority.
     
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    Hmm, it's a long shot, but I think Nintendo can't really do anything about CN. At first, it's not really their game. It's not like:
    CN devs: "We're going out of business, everyone..."
    CN devs went out of business.
    Nintendo: "Well, I guess we'll handle CN. I mean, the game is on our systems after all."
    That's a huge no no for Nintendo. Just because the game is on their systems, doesn't give them the privilege to do whatever they want with the game unless given permission from the original developers and Ubisoft.
     
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    I think it'd be partially because they weren't the one to program the game, so it would be a whole lot more difficult for them to go back over it and figure out how to fix it.
     
  18. sj33

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    Even if they did possess the source code (which seems unlikely), they couldn't do anything with it because they're not the right holder. Even viewing the code compromises their later projects.