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Ok so I finished setting up dsiware and I have partially downgraded my 3ds by downgrading my kernel and firm version to 2.50-11 (AKA 10.4 Firmware).

I'm trying to use sysupdater to downgrade to 9.2 just like I did on my other o3ds (just did this 2 nights ago) using the same files.

My problem is that every time I run sysupdater made for 10.4-10.7 I get a black screen and it wont bring me to the sysupdater menu.

I tried getting plaisysupdater after this. It loads the menu, but whenever I try to downgrade it gives me the error "did not get am:u handle... attemtping svchax..." and then it just sits there forever and nothing happens.

So my problem is that whenever I boot sysupdater it goes immediately from red (bottom screen) to a black screen (both screens) instead of flashing many colors and booting up to the menu.

Does anyone know a fix? I am 100% on the 2.50-11 kernel/firm version so this should be working.
Could any files on my sd card interfere with the sysupdater homebrew app?
My "updates" folder has the correct files for 9.2 as I just used it to downgrade my other o3ds 2 nights ago.
 

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Depends on the entry point your using. Also, the 10.4 patch may not have patched properly.
I am using browserhax each time I try it, as I used browserhax (without installing menuhax because it messed with my luma installation) to downgrade my other 3ds.

How would I know it didn't patch properly? How can I fix this if it didn't patch properly? (Should I rerun dgtools + fieldrunners and redo the downgrade?)
 

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I am using browserhax each time I try it, as I used browserhax (without installing menuhax because it messed with my luma installation) to downgrade my other 3ds.

How would I know it didn't patch properly? How can I fix this if it didn't patch properly? (Should I rerun dgtools + fieldrunners and redo the downgrade?)
Browserhax is the problem. Use menuhax, cubic ninja or oot.
 

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I am using browserhax each time I try it, as I used browserhax (without installing menuhax because it messed with my luma installation) to downgrade my other 3ds.

How would I know it didn't patch properly? How can I fix this if it didn't patch properly? (Should I rerun dgtools + fieldrunners and redo the downgrade?)
Browserhax is really unstable with kernel exploits. Try installing menuhax and use that to downgrade.

Edit: Ninja'd
 

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