They kinda have a sense if the team got many reports that games are incompatible but only because the kernel was outdated.I will summarize what was said above. Time bombs are there as a dirty tactic by the company to make users buy another flashcart once a specific "expiration" date is met. How this is bad is pretty obvious, you are basically never allowed to be content with what you have due to this and have to use alternative solutions (example, YSmenu) to block these time bombs.
That's very scummy... I'd just have a nag prompt telling the user a new Luma update is out (showing a version number), and they would have the option to close it, or have it open the Luma updater app. Basically like Nintendo's nag, but without the 24 hour recurrance, and only have it prompt on stable builds. Nightlies would just be annoying and impractical.Good idea make users be on latest nightly once a nightly releases they have a week to get on it or 3ds reboots every 5 mins
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It can be fixed by two ways. You can either use YSmenu or you can toggle the date backward. There is Wood R4 for the R4 clones and what not.
Correct, no "expired" garbage lol.so if it not working, making the time back can make it work, and using the wood firmeware it won't be bricked anymore?
R4i Gold 3DS RTS and R4i Gold 3DS Plus are the only R4 flashcarts with no time bombs, one of the reasons why it is a high demand flashcart these days.An even better answer would be to avoid R4 all together and settle for an Acekard or Supercard instead.