[Release] FBI - Open source CIA installer

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Steveice10, Apr 11, 2015.

  1. ccfman2004

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    I thought Mii data was saved to the Nand.
     
  2. urherenow

    urherenow GBAtemp Psycho!

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    It is... In /data/<ID0>/extdata

    Thus... Extdatatool
     
  3. Hashtastrophe

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    Yes that kind of wizard.
    Mii data is stored on NAND. Still extdata, but not on the SD. For reference see this page
     
  4. urherenow

    urherenow GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Sorry, but you were ninja'd :)
     
  5. Hashtastrophe

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    Yes that kind of wizard.
    I started the reply, got distracted. Saw your post pop up and decided to finish mine anyway. Whatever, more information is (usually) a good thing.
     
  6. lPolarisl

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    Cool theme !
     
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  7. d0k3

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    @Steveice10: I've opened two issues on Github a few days ago. I understand FBI to be a work-in-progress, so I think ctrcommon is the more important of the two, as that is also used by other people ;). I really don't want to nag you about this, but maybe you just haven't logged in to Github for a time.
     
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  8. thekarter104

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    This might be slightly offtopic or not...

    Is there a site somewhere with 3DS Game Title IDs? (CTR-something)
    Since you can uninstall them with FBI.
     
  9. hippy dave

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    http://3ds.essh.co/
     
  10. Steveice10
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    Steveice10 GBAtemp Maniac

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    I've been away from home, but now I'm back. I've fixed one of your issues and left a comment on the other.
     
  11. Hashtastrophe

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    Yes that kind of wizard.
    Thanks! One of these days I'll get around to finishing it up. Sleep and app start sfx are default (Yoshi theme is the base), and colours are not quite what I want yet. Also the menu music is totally not Zelda related and was supposed to be a placeholder so I wouldn't go insane from the infinitely looping Rainbow Park song from 3D Land. (Theme's song is related to the physical skin on the 3DS.)
     
    Last edited by Hashtastrophe, Jun 15, 2015 - Reason: 3D Land, not World. Good god I always mix 'em up.
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  13. Black_Knight

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    So is there a way to access it via SDF?
     
  14. urherenow

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    Nope. It's not that kind of save data.

    And to be clear... Mii data may be stored on NAND, but Mii Plaza game progress is on the SD card (I'm fairly certain, at least). None the less, it is still different and SDF does nothing for you.
     
  15. Apache Thunder

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    Mii Plaza stores save data on NAND like most of the other system apps. Infact all the system apps store their save data on NAND. It's really only things that use extdata that might have some things on SD card like the current Home Menu theme. I can't think of anything else at the moment. But I'm pretty sure no system apps have save data stored on SD. There's also the photo and music apps. But their save data is on NAND to. They only store photos/cache on SD card (and in the case of the photo app, the photos go to TWL partition on NAND if you tell it not to save photos to SD card)
     
  16. urherenow

    urherenow GBAtemp Psycho!

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    I'm at work at the moment, so I can't double-check, but I'm pretty sure you will have no progress in the Mii Plaza games if you throw in a fresh SD card. What's in the NAND is your personal Mii's themselves and your Mii profile. I can check in about 1.5 hours...

    Edit: just noticed your note on the photo app. Nevermind...

    Edit2: and I'm pretty darn sure I had my Mii Data transferred from my O3DS to my N3DS, complete with Golden Mii, long before the bit with movable.sed was figured out. I had absolutely no progress until I was able to get my SD card data transferred over. But, I digress... I'm talking about just the file that is edited to make the Golden Mii, and not the entire extdata contents.
     
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  17. Black_Knight

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    Well shit, is there a way I can at least get copies of all the special miis then? I'd begrudgingly redo all my mii plaza stuff, but there's no way to get already released special Miis unless NoA releases QR codes for them and from my calls to support, even the department head/back office didn't even know they could do that.


    It's a real kick in the teeth since I moved all the special miis from the mii plaza to mii maker and I can see their portraits in the Mii maker preview screen, but if i open it up. Everything is deleted since (I assume) The security values kick in and kill it all since they're different from the original 3DS the Miis were apart of got reformated by Nintendo
     
  18. urherenow

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    There's no real way to keep them with any method. Mii's in your plaza don't stay there forever. There is a finite number that can be in your plaza at any time so old ones drop off as new ones are added, once you get enough passes.

    @Apache Thunder I stand corrected. Just got home from work and swapped out an SD card and it kept the progress from Puzzle Swap and Find Mii, anyway...
     
  19. Black_Knight

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    Actually there is, just move the special miis to Mii Maker. It's what I've been doing and until Nintendo's fuck up, I had every single special Mii starting with Reggie.

    It's a matter of seeing if there's a way to make a save file/injection for Mii Maker with all the special miis for people to use, if possible. You wouldn't even need to softmod your main 3DS, any would do and you can transfer the special miis to any 3DS you choose by using mii transfer in the Maker.
     
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  20. urherenow

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    That removes the Mii from the plaza. Can't hire in Find Mii or Mii Force and such if you do that, so it's useless. Unless the only goal is to say, "Look who tagged me?"

    And what exactly did Nintendo Fuck up? If you messed up a system transfer, I have a guide to manually do the transfer yourself (Assuming that your NNID DID transfer to the desired system). You need good copies of the NAND with all of the info in it, and you need Cubic Ninja or a Sky if you are moving to an N3DS.
     
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