why don't 3ds hackers do softmod to 3ds?

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  1. Oscar Xvita
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    why don't 3ds hackers do softmod to 3ds like other hacker did to Psvs?
    In my opinion, firmware updates can be easily saved to the computer using softwares like psxdownloader.
    Is there anything different between 3ds update and psv update?
    Why there aren't flashcarts for PSVs?

    Also, in my opinion. Downgrading 3ds is also possible. Its update method maybe something like iOS devices.
    A FIRMWARE ,an SHSH, and a 'tiny umbrella' ,thats enough.


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    Do some research before posting shit, those systems have encryption that makes everything software related locked for us, we can't bruteforce the key either. There's no way for us to see how the firmware is built, let alone mod it.

    If it was that easy it would have been done a long time ago, you make yourself sound stupid by saying that it's easily easy to accomplish.
     
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    Why did you put a file extension on English? Are you trying to turn it into a file so you can hack it?
     
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    As it happens, what's important isn't actually "your opinion", but is in fact how it actually works. (Hint: It doesn't work the way you are saying)
     
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    The same reason why there isn't a fire-breathing rainbow-coloured flying unicorn with 3 heads in any zoo. Or why I have not invented a time machine. Just sayin' :\
     
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    Remember. With great power comes great responsibility XD
     
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    Well, they want to.

    ... and? What will that do?

    Well they're both signed computer programs.

    The similarities mostly end there.

    Why aren't there flash carts for PS2s? Why aren't there flash carts for the 360?

    Well once total control is taken, possibly (outside of crap like e-fuses).

    Yes, because the 3DS totally have a remote shell interface with admin access we can hook into at a moment's notice!

    No wait it's the opposite of that.

    You should be apologizing for the thread in general.
     
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    Well well. I baidued around the game sites and forums in china but found nothing related. Google is not availble here........
    I just use a psxdownloader to download 3ds wares faster. It has a feature to download to computer or overwrite download data. I have to admit that i haven't tried that when upgrading, i only think it may help.
     
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    Because they can´t, the system is too difficult to hack
     
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    You guys are really welcoming to newcomers..
     
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    Because before asking that question, you should read the stickies.
     
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    Well , I mean psv and 3ds both use game cards, i just wonder why psp, psv cracking is based on system while 3ds,nds is based on flashcarts.
     
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    Because system cracking is better. You can prevent system updates and add new features in addition to just letting backups play. In addition the mod is more stable and often free, which means it's easier to make homebrew for.

    And before you ask why older systems used carts, it's because systems like the SNES, N64, and stuff like that don't even have an operating system, softmods to load games from internal stroage are impossible.
     
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    Come on guys, you should be taking notes here, instead of providing accurate answers of why it is how it is.
     
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    Read stickies.
     
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