[r4igold.cc] Update for 3DS 3.0.0-5

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Dec 19, 2011
  1. Gamer
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    http://r4igold.cc/index.asp
    http://r4igold.cc/pic/Update_3DS3.0.0_GOLDCC.rar

    Update for this card, works fine with newest 3DS firmware.
     
  2. Alejo18

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    What's the guideline in order to install it? I thought I only had to replace the files in the root folder but the download is simply a .nds file. It doesn't seem to woork for me after copying it to the SD's root folder.
     
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    Keep in mind this is a Firmware update and it's different from the card's Kernel.

    You need a DS Phat/Lite in order to update (not sure about DSi and if you already updated your 3DS it won't work). Just place the .nds file on your SD Card, and launch it from the card's main menu just like a normal game.

    After that, press START and the firmware updating process will start (just wait until it reaches 100%).

    After that just place the R4 on the 3DS and it will work as before.

    Good luck!
     
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    Already updated my 3DS and at the moment I can't reach a DS. Urgh. Thanks for the info, anyway!
     
  5. lopzter

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    man i havent updated my 3ds yet, its still 2.1.0-4u, is it safe to update the card from the 3ds? thing is i dont have a reg ds and havent actually heard ´bout people updating from the 3ds. even at the tutorial they made (r4igold.cc) they have pics updating through a dsi, not 3ds; thanks in advance
     

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