Unintstaling NTR?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by DrasticGray, Jan 14, 2017.

  1. DrasticGray
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    So... I broke it. I installed the "boot NTR selector" cia file and it ran, but it wasnt working properly. I figured I would just do a fresh install, so I deleted the app, and related folders. Upon reinstalling it just gave me a "file open error".

    What is the best way to COMPLETELY uninstall NTR and get a fresh start?
     
  2. BADDINOROX99

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    uninstall the .CIA and in your SD card I think in your 3ds folder there are ntr files delete those as well and start fresh
     
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    Delete the ticket with FBI.
     
  4. DrasticGray
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    the tickets are alphanum strings. how do i know which to delete?

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    i tried that.
     
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    It should match the title ID of BootNTR, which should be 000400000000B000
     
  6. DrasticGray
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    i deleted the ticket, made sure there was no ntr in my 3ds folder, and reinstalled. When I loaded it up, i get this message:

    "Loading 3.4...
    Load failed !
    #FILEOPEN_FAILURE
    #LOAD_AND_EXECUTE

    press any key to
    reboot"