1. TherealDarknes

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    ok but whats that message then?
     
  2. Xiphiidae

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    It says "Close your system to enter sleep mode". I don't know what to tell you.
     
  3. Manlydonut

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    Basically just letting you know the advantages of sleep mode over simply closing the software and powering down.
     
  4. TherealDarknes

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    oh so it is just recommending sleep mode ok i always thought that was an open sleepmode thing
     
  5. Manlydonut

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    Nah. The main idea of sleep mode is to preserve battery without losing any progress
     
  6. Xiphiidae

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    Also, @Proto_ZX, please answer this question I asked before:

     
  7. Bu2d85

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    Did you follow 3ds.guide? There was a YouTube guide that bricked a lot of people because he left his otp in the a9lh folder.
     
  8. rikumax25!

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    if he did it yesterday or today, the otp shouldnt be there
     
  9. Manlydonut

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    I'm fairly certain he followed Plailect's guide
     
  10. AlexanderLS

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    To op, If you are fairly certain you've bricked, send it in to Nintendo.
    The worse case is they refuse to repair/replace it for free and send it back to you.
     
  11. Manlydonut

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    The problem is once you choose to modify the 3ds through exploits, you've voided any warranty you have.
     
  12. AlexanderLS

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    Doesn't matter. The techs that actually do warranty service for Nintendo are idiots.
    They cannot actually repair anything, if the device doesn't boot or has any physical defects they just replace it.

    Also, I firmly believe Magnuson-Moss Warranty law could be applied in a class action suit against Nintendo very successfully for their practices.
     
  13. Manlydonut

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    Alright, you might have me there. I guess worst case scenario they just send it back with an SOL note, no harm no foul.
     
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    @Proto_ZX , you completely screwed up big time. You weren't supposed to put your New 3DS XL in sleep mode in its CTRtransfer 2.1.0 firmware when trying to install a9lh. You'll have to either get someone to hardmod it for you at a steep cost if you don't want to risk bricking your system further, or send it to Nintendo to probably refuse to get it fixed or replaced with a new one. Sorry, dude. You're totally screwed and SOL.
     
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    OP has mentioned that he did not put his N3DS in sleep mode.
     
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    Oh, I might have missed his post about him saying he didn't do that. So he's somewhat safe for now.
     
  17. rikumax25!

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    try recovery mode
     
  18. Gimzie

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    Probably a bad idea, as it has been said before that updating from 2.1.0 on n3DS causes a brick.

    As for the OP, have you tried redownloading arm9loaderhax.bin ? (It could be corrupted somehow)
     
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    I wouldn't recommend doing recovery mode when the system is on 2.1.0. Insta-brick.
     
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    this would help greatly over all the you will brick if you do this posts.
     
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