Removing Browser Filter with Hacks?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Bubsy Bobcat, Jan 14, 2016.

  1. Bubsy Bobcat
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    Hey, so I have a New 3DS on 9.1J and it has the annoying browser filter to prevent you from visiting "bad sites", which to remove requires a small fee. The problem I have is I am not able to pay the small fee as I have no ways of adding funds or adding a way to pay for things on the 3DS. I've been lurking around other sites as well as here and there doesn't seem to be anyone who's answered this question. So, is there a way to remove the browser filter using homebrew, or a way to install the unfiltered browser with .cia files?
     
  2. driverdis

    driverdis I am Justice

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    Just view "bad" sites using a proxy then. My guess is that the filter is part of the n3ds web browser and can't be removed
     
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    That was the other plan, but it seems all the proxy sites I tried are blocked.
     
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    Abcdfv What comes around goes around.

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    Sounds like it's a firewall, and not something to do with the 3DS.
     
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    Marko76 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Can't you just use another device to view your dodgy sites ie wiiu or a Android phone ect. Plus why is this in the flashcarts and cfg fireware section??
     
    Last edited by Marko76, Jan 14, 2016
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    Because it's the sort of thing one might hope a "cfg fireware" (autocorrect? lol) might help bypass.