Hey guys! I've recently bought the N3DS. It was a tough choice, but I needed a handheld to keep me entertained on my way to work. (My phone just drains way too much.) Anyway, I've been using some flashcards on my old DSi, so I went looking around how the current state of the 3DS is in this compartment. It seems to have progressed quite a lot since I last saw something about using a flashcard on the 3DS about a year ago. Anyway, a friend of mine, we were playing SSMB, showed me one of those Amiibos. I found the concept pretty interesting and read up on them. They use NFC to read/write data from the Amiibo itself to trigger specific events in games, or even save data on them to be used on other hardware without loss of data. So I've been thinking. It's possible to modify/program custom NFC tags that can be used to, let's say, trigger the WiFi on your phone for example. And I was wondering if it was possible to -theoretically- execute your own code using a modified Amiibo (or an NFC-Tag with modified data on it) to bypass some stuff related to loading flashcards or CFW? It would obviously require some reverse engineering on what data the Amiibo tells the system, and what exactly it triggers, but it should be possible, right? What are your opinions on this matter?