That error code means the game is corrupt so its possible that both your sources had a bad dump. You can also try some of the suggestions in this thread to fix the error.Hi all, I'm trying to run the game "unpacking"m but I'm getting and error 2002-4153. I read that it could be update related so I updated everything from hekate/atmostphere to system firmware "13.2.0 AMS 1.2.6". All old games on sd card are working ok and can pull other games from TF and they run ok. Just this one game is causing a problem. I updated signature files from Shadow's link as well as from the justice site.
I've deleted and re-downloaded many times. I pulled from a different source and manually installed using TinWoo which resulted in a generic game error and wouldn't run. I've tried installing, running after booting via Hekate and from fussee. I don't know what to do.
Any help would be great.
I would recommend updating your files manually as the AIO Updater has notoriously given users many issues. For the firmware, you can use the homebrew application Daybreak. Although I don't see any reason to update to 13.2.1 as no games require that firmware and some users are posting issues being on the latest firmware.
Oof, this is what happens when you juggle multiple responses in one post. Here is the raw URL for the sys-dvr thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/sysdvr-stream-gameplay-directly-to-a-pc.550616/Why if click on sys-dvr refers to Linkalho?
Well there are threads of people discussing how to go about installing the modchip into the OLED units such as this one.Yeah, that's what I was talking about. How those people know about the pinout so that they know the wiring scheme.
I have an OLED, I have someone that wants to sell his original SX Core, but I have no idea of the wiring needed and without, at least the pinout description, things become harder!