revive the freeshop?

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Download on PC and transfer to sd. What's so hard about that. Freeshops and the Qr installation methods are slow has hell to download and sometimes they could fail half way through the download process 🤷‍♂️
It would be a shame if I didn't have an SD Card Compatible Pendrive,in Brazil One SD Card, Costs 84 Bucks,And I'm Talking If it's POSSIBLE to revive the freeshop. It's so hard?
 

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if you have a n3ds, you can reenable the ftp option with smb 1.0 and I think it requires a second option which I've forgotten. it's pretty good from what I remember back on windows 7. it's disabled by default on windows 10 and probably 11.
 

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ftp-gmx/FileZilla, 1 Day to send the file to the console is not worth it
If you have a normal router, it isn't slower than it is downloading games from the eShop on your console - or that shop clone you mentioned.

If you were expecting for something faster, besides using custom-install inserting your SD card into your PC, there's no other option. I would say custom-install is the best option ever anyway, it's not like you'll install games everyday for the rest of your life.
 

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In the future, will there be a way to revive the freeshop?, it was so cool

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Well theres a few problems there.

1. Lots of Homebrew devs are completely against piracy

2. Nintendo has fixed the methods that Freeshop used making it basically impossible the old way

3. It's highly illegal

4. Not worth risking all that on a console that still has an online storefront
 

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Well theres a few problems there.

1. Lots of Homebrew devs are completely against piracy

2. Nintendo has fixed the methods that Freeshop used making it basically impossible the old way

3. It's highly illegal

4. Not worth risking all that on a console that still has an online storefront
Seriously, Nintendo has patched almost all problems (Unless you're talking about Luma3DS, yeah kinda unpatchable.)




Are You Still Talking About It?, I Already Know The FreeShop Will Never Come Back
bruh, it's straight piracy
dumb question you did make.
 
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