Why do you need to close n3ds when your in cfw?

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  1. funnystory
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    AS title states. It doesn't make sense to me that 3d would be broken on cfw,why do you have to close it and re open it? Could someone give me a more detailed explanation?
     
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    Marko76 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Simply put the super stable 3d does not activate right on cfw but closing the 3ds the opening it again fixes this
     
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    On the o3ds it activates right though I am almost sure. Super stable 3d never looked that great to me IMO anyways. I just wish there was a solution.
     
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    daxtsu GBAtemp Guru

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    Read this thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/lost-super-stable-3d.388046/

    For it to be fixed it's something the CFW authors would have to implement, but it's probably a low priority to all of them since you can just boot your 3DS closed and then open it when in emuNAND, or boot it then close it.
     
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    O3ds does not have super stable 3D.
     
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    DesuIsSparta GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    O3DS has the first implementation of 3D, which sucks.
    One of the N3DS's biggest new features was 'super stable 3d' so that you could move your head around and not mess up your vision trying to readjust to the 3D every second.