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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Kawaii, May 11, 2015.
Is it possible to have two rows (2x5) of GW multirom menu instead of one (1x5)?
That's something i also like 2 rows would be way better instead of 1
Not possible from what I know but have you thought about buying a bigger SD card for your 3DS and just using .cia games, you don't need to scroll through a full microSD of games that way. They're all installed onto the 3DS on multiple rows.
is there a game limit or something?
Is Installing cia onto N3ds using the same methods as installing into old 3ds?
Yeah, I actually switched my 32GB MicroSD from my Gateway with the one in my N3DS and installed all my games onto that because that was the only 32GB MicroSD I had.
I have a 32GB SD in my 3DS, but it's easier to quickly try a few games out from GW SD, before installing it as CIA
i love CIA. i just hate installing it and the savefiles backup method. especially on the n3DS where you need to literally unscrew to access the mSD
You'll have to email Gateway team with that request. Also, remember that R and L buttons skip 5 at a time when scrolling through the rom list.
Wow, didn't know that
Yeah I plan to switch it too. Off topic but I just bought Japan N3DS, and I was wondering should I get OOT or CN? I'm not rushing to use my N3ds since I have other two old 3dses. Should I wait(gate-wait lol) for GW team to release an update without using OOT & CN? (Used CN & oot price almost the same in my country)
If you were going to get one or the other, I'd suggest Cubic Ninja for the sole reason that there's two versions of OOT and only one of them works with the exploit, as far as I'm aware. As for whether you should wait or not, it's entirely up to you, nobody knows when or if Gateway will find an exploit that requires neither. It could be a few days, a few months, a few years or never.
I agree with xBleedingSoulx. Moreover you will be able to run some homebrews with CN/Ninjhax
OoT also requires an exploitable system to load the save file onto the card, whereas CN only requires scanning a QR code (and being online the first time you do).