Homebrew [Release] Easy Sudoku+Sudokuhax Installer

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With the now official release of Ugopwn, I've decided to create this small program. This tool is simple: it will install Sudoku on your DSi (or emulated DSi), install Sudokuhax, and even encrypt the ticket for your console. No messing with older/newer versions of Sudoku, no trimming TMD's. Nothing.

Expect compatibility with EUR/JPN regions when ugopwn is released for those regions.

How To Use It:
  1. Download the installer below and extract the ZIP file.
  2. Find and download the Sudoku SRL from this page. It will be a link titled DSiWare_usa_sudokuhax_injection.zip.
  3. Extract DSiWare_usa_sudokuhax_injection.zip and copy 'sudoku_v0.app' to the same directory as 'DSi_Sudoku_Installer.bat'.
  4. Mount your DSi NAND using OSFMount.
  5. Run DSi_Sudoku_Installer.bat, follow the prompts, and wait.
  6. Re-encrypt the target DSi's NAND, and you're done.

FAQ:

It didn't work (hurr durr):
  • Make sure you are doing everything correctly:
  • Make sure you have entered the console ID correctly (not the byteswapped one)
  • Make sure you don't enter a colon ( : ) or a slash ( / ) when typing in your drive letter (for example just type F, and press enter)
  • Run the program from somewhere on your C: drive
  • Make sure you enter any letters of your console ID as CAPITALS!
  • Make sure you have the sudoku_v0.app file in the same directory as the bat file. The program shouldn't start without it unless you fudged with it!

Note: TWLtool, included in this archive, is made by @WulfyStylez, not me!
 

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That’s sick! If it’s anything like your other work, this should be straight forward. I’ll be doing this after work today. Thanks!
It's relatively straight-forward. The only hassle is having to download the Sudoku SRL, as I obviously can't include it in the attached file because of site rules, so you will need a torrent client to download it, at least with the provided link.
 

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Dammit! I literally just downgraded my DSi XL yesterday and got Sudokuhax installed... Well this will make doing my step-daughter's DSi XL easier I suppose. I could have really used this to make my life easier.
 

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Dammit! I literally just downgraded my DSi XL yesterday and got Sudokuhax installed... Well this will make doing my step-daughter's DSi XL easier I suppose. I could have really used this to make my life easier.
Yes but the installer doens't work for now :(
 

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How'd you manage to get sudokuhax installed POST downgrade?
Using the DSi hacking guide. dsiguide.me

After the downgrade worked in NO$GBA, I flashed my nand back to the DSi, and then got to work on injecting Sudokuhax. I ripped my legit-purchased sudoku app from my 3DS, patched it using Lunar IPS, trimmed the ticket, and put them into the nand, tested in NO$GBA again, and tested out Sudokuhax. Launching Sudoku opened the game, i clicked to simulate a tap, and it crashed the emulator like it should. So after confirming that it worked, I flashed the new nand copy to the DSi once more, and now I can launch SRLoader from Sudoku. Eagerly awaiting HiyaCFW and RocketLauncher now (if they ever come out... OP made the RocketLauncher announcement thread in July.)
 
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damn, i forgot how to re-encrypt my nand. i did it for the first and last 2 months ago. lol

also, this step "Run tickCRYPT_2.0.bat, type or paste (right click to paste) your console ID, and follow the prompts." is in the readme, but not the "how to use it". is this a needed step?
 
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Using the DSi hacking guide. dsiguide.me

After the downgrade worked in NO$GBA, I flashed my nand back to the DSi, and then got to work on injecting Sudokuhax. I ripped my legit-purchased sudoku app from my 3DS, patched it using Lunar IPS, trimmed the ticket, and put them into the nand, tested in NO$GBA again, and tested out Sudokuhax. Launching Sudoku opened the game, i clicked to simulate a tap, and it crashed the emulator like it should. So after confirming that it worked, I flashed the new nand copy to the DSi once more, and now I can launch SRLoader from Sudoku. Eagerly awaiting HiyaCFW and RocketLauncher now (if they ever come out... OP made the RocketLauncher announcement thread in July.)
What guide are u using to inject Sudoku ?
 

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damn, i forgot how to re-encrypt my nand. i did it for the first and last 2 months ago. lol

also, this step "Run tickCRYPT_2.0.bat, type or paste (right click to paste) your console ID, and follow the prompts." is in the readme, but not the "how to use it". is this a needed step?
No, sorry. Just follow the steps in the thread. This tool is actually a heavily modified version of tickCrypt. Guess I forgot to fix the README.
 
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Great, it work now, i can now tested SRLoader !
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