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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by KunoichiZ, May 24, 2017.
Thank you so much for the update!
Okay, I'm having a rather stupid problem with this. Its worked for me before but something keepa happening. I'm using Boot9Strap, like O'm supposed to, and I have Luma 2.2 updated to 9.0. It works for the first few weeks after I install it and then for aome reason it ALWAYS does this. The only way I've found to fix it is to completely reinstall Boot9strap, and I am NOT doing that again. I can open Rosalina just fine, but once it hits this error page, it freezes my n3ds and I have to hard reboot it. Really really frusterating.
Install the latest version. Github removed support for TLS v1.0/v1.1, which is what previous versions of Luma Updater relied on. This has since been fixed in the latest version and you need to use that. Link to it can be found in the first post.
Thank you... I knew there had to be an easier solution then what i was doing.
hello. I've tried to update luma I downloaded the .cia file and put it on the cia folder but it still shoots the -660561860 error code
Luma is not a .cia...
then what did I download?
that is not luma, that is an application to keep luma up to date, (unsure if that's the correct source, can't remember)
edit the latest release of luma can be found here
(its 9.0 not the joyconhax one that was a April fools version)
the IDK what to do nor what caused the error. good evening
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also I already have the 9.0 version.
sorry i misunderstood the issue, the cia you downloaded can be installed via fbi, but its not really needed atm since your luma version is upto date.
so.... why the error?
where are you getting the error when trying to install the lumaupdater.cia? and how are you installing it with fbi? or some other app?
when opening Luma
delete it from settings, download it again from the source, and install it again through fbi
where do I drop this? (I paid for the homebrew so IDK)
what your showing me is the luma bootfirm nothing related to this updater. that needs boot.firm needs to go on the root of your sd card, this cia is to update that boot firm in the even that anything new comes out
I don't undrestand. I install the cia I dropped on /cia. and then drop the Bootfirm on /root
first off all you said you purchased your homebrew? you need to figure out if your on A9HL or BS9, the current version of luma doesn't work with A9HL you need to update to bs9 for institutions see (if you are on A9HL then you need to get the boot.firm for any luma 7.x)
I think it works now. I guess