Trying to install cfw on ON3ds XL at 10.3.0-28U ON3ds XL on 10.3.0-28U (haven't done anything to it) A really old O3ds lying around somewhere Recently got a used physical copy of Cubic Ninja Have the vulnerable (I think) version of Ironfall Invasion Have a working supercard dstwo (do not think it is a plus+) I think I have a 32gb microsd lying around somewhere For me it is important that I will be able to play the ace attorney/phoenix wright games from the eshop. Recently acquired a used physical copy of Cubic Ninja, was really excited because I thought this was the go to game for a 3ds entry point. I followed the ninjhax guides 100%, I did not make any mistakes. Tried ninjhax 2.6 on a 18.104.22.168U ON3ds XL and kept getting an error. This doesn't work anymore explained here: https://gbatemp.net/threads/11-0-0-33-the-aftermath.426100/ Friend decided to order an R4 flashcart to use with this system. Tried ninjhax 1.1b on a 7.x.x.x O3ds and installed the exploit, but when it tried to load the homebrew channel/launcher it went to the web browser and froze the system, which had to be powered down. I think I read a thread here saying maybe it was a problem with the version of the web browser which I think was v1.7567. I'm not sure if it is worth it to try ninjhax 2.6 on the 10.3.0-28U ON3ds at this point. So at this point I was quite depressed because things never go as easy for me as they do for others and it wears you down, which is why I am grateful and lucky to receive help when I do. As anyone would, I want the most noob-friendly/safe/powerful cfw I can run on the 10.3.0-28U ON3ds because I haven't been staying on top of the scene. It seems like arm9loader + Luma3ds (http://gbatemp.net/threads/luma3ds-noob-proof-3ds-custom-firmware.411110/) is the most preferred cfw out there, this seems to be the guide for me to follow ( hopefully some people can say it worked for them): https://github.com/Plailect/Guide/wiki So I am asking if: 1. Is this the guide I should follow or is there a better option? 2. Anything else I need to know? Thanks to the community for all the hard work.