[Request] SSB3DS fix with HANS

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by merle alvers, Oct 28, 2015.

  1. merle alvers
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    I was wondering if someone could possibly fix the issue of data with smash bros, and allow online play?
     
  2. gudenau

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    I got smash working with LayeredFS, will do a erite up later. Ehat us the problem you are having? Does hans just not work? Does it replace the romfs? Does it crash? Does it just lead it without updates? I'd this with a n3DS?
     
  3. cvskid

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    Thought HANS itself would need a update instead of single game fixes.
     
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    It doesn't detect the game's software updates.
     
  5. gudenau

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    So hans just launches the original code from exefs? Smea is lazy I suppose.
     
  6. LoganK93

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    How did you get layeredfs working with updates? It crashes for me if anything other than the base game is installed.
     
  7. gudenau

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    All will be explained.
     
  8. LoganK93

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    Um... Aight. I'll just uh... Wait here then. :mellow:
     
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