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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by cultopi, Oct 15, 2015.
What exactly does it do ?
I'd like to know it, too.
You boot a newer firmware with a homebrew-able console(with kernel access) in order to play newer games
how do you do it?
is it possible with 9.5 sysNAND?
No, you can't for now
how do you do it then?
Update your console, it's like the firmlaunch, but it's homebrew-less
So, firmlaunch is the "spoofer" for 9.6+ games that N3DS uses in emuNAND?
If it is (and works as you stated), why can't we just update the emuNAND, instead of launching a newer version?
It's only useful for cfw without emunand, or to play 9.6+ games on new 3ds as 9.5.0-23> emunand doesn't work on new 3ds
So let me get this straight, you make your sysNAND think its a higher version to play games which require that firmware and when you're done you can go back to your own old firmware?
It doesn't make the console think it's a newer version, it launches a newer version, but when you shutdown you are in the older version
this is awesome, you really cant use it on a N3dsXL 9.5.0 sysNAND?
You are homebrew-able, but not with kernel access, we need a new exploit
Firmlaunch is the process of launching a firmware on a 3DS, weather it be custom or stock.
So, this means 9.6+ games must be installed in sysNAND and launched via Pasta/rxMode in sysNAND? Can't you install them in emuNAND and load them there? Why doesn't emuNAND support new firmwares/firmlaunch?
No, firmlaunch is only up to 9.5 on n3ds, regardless the nand.
sorry for my ignorance but I hear the word: "kernel access". a lot what is it, what does it mean?
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so it's not really that useful ah?
Then, what's the tool that enables 9.6+ games on 9.5 emuNAND? How does it work?
It's a "hole" in the Nintendo firmware that allows execution of certain code chains.
By FW spoofing the CIAs, I guess