What's some cool stuff I can do with a 9.2 n3DS other than emunand and rxTools?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Rhapsody, Jan 5, 2016.

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    I already have my system set up to boot straight into emunand with rxTools. What's some other cool things I can do now that I couldn't have done above 9.2 before?
     
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    I haven't had a lot of time to do anythinf except downgrade my n3ds to 9.2 and boot up pasta... you have a link to a guide for rxtools and emunand? If its on that iso site just say. Or pm me. Whatevs.

    I just wanna inject some gba titles.
     
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    On Sysnand+CFWPasta you can do the same as emunand, It's just that if something fail you could brick your n3ds and wish you were on Emunand.
     
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    exclusive to <9.2 n3ds: ps1 emulation, windows 95 and linux.
     
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    decryption, xorpad generation, injecting a secureinfo_A or B to region change your emunand... basically anything and everything that is out there for 3DS.
     
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    Right. Every rxtools tutorial I find is extremely outdated and I haven't installed anything except fbi installer because I'm afraid of bricking.
     
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    While I'm sure there's a lot to do, I'm looking for specifics. Mostly practical ones that someone who isn't a developer would get use out of.