Hacking Sky3ds wont change games

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I have an aky3ds card blue button and i have an sdcard 16gb
I have install 2 games and it wont change,when i press on the blue button it just stop blinking and when i hold it just stay on the blue light then continue blinking
Please help me on this problem
 

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Nope it does not have ap patches
I put the same game on another sd card and it work but on the another sd card it does not change

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It remain on the first games and wont change games
 

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Yeah can you tell me what to do if my sd card wont change games
Sounds like an issue with the SD card.
Try reformatting it (check cluster size and file format are correct) and verify with h2testw, and then reconfigure it for diskwriter.
If all seems good, try it with just a couple of smaller games to verify if there's still a problem.

As for templates; I've got many, but 1202 is definitely the most recent one I have - although for some reason I'm still using 11xx... can't remember the exact number, but I think it was the one immediately prior to 1202.
 

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Hello i need another info about sky3ds
How will i know if a game is ap check
If the game is in any of the Sky3ds official templates AP checks won't matter; any game that the template allows diskwriter to copy to SD will work exactly like a retail cartridge. AP checks will only be an issue if you're attempting to make your own template.
 

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Ok
My last question is on r4i 2015 card
I have download a file for r4 ds card and the background is black,there is nothing written on the file and cannot load anything in it
I need the file for r4 ds card can i get it here or i need to create another thread for this?

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If the game is in any of the Sky3ds official templates AP checks won't matter; any game that the template allows diskwriter to copy to SD will work exactly like a retail cartridge. AP checks will only be an issue if you're attempting to make your own template.
I will try to create my own template for this game legend of zelda hyrule warroirs
 

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Hey bro i have read how to create template and there is 2 thing that i dont understand
The part where we have to put the rom together and where we have to past it to the template.txt
 
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