1. Vendo232

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    Thank you guys for your feedback. I`m definitively an end user and not DEV so for now will put the redNAND on hold especially if it is not easy and there is high risk to brick my unit.

    I`m fine with the Brazilian method anyway, it works great and I was able to download and use my MK8 DLCs which I already purchased for my DVD.
     
  2. Cyan

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    a full tutorial?
    the steps I provided on the previous page are not enough to get the idea how to do it?

    you'll need to get the game's title key (if you have the ticket, you need to extract it with hex editors, you'll need a tutorial for getting and using a hex editor?)
    if you have it, you go to pokemon website (I don't remember the url) and put some info in it.
    You can also use the new tool released by Cearp, it has "ticket" in the thread's title. (easy to find, jus look in the forum's hacking section, that's not on the 50th page, it's on the first or second!) type the game ID, that's all. It even has a guide how to use it.
    edit: easy to find :
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-funkiiu-2-0-complete-content-ticket-python-tool.446092/
    Of course, you need to install python, probably need a tutorial too.

    then install it on RedNAND with WUP installer.
    of course, you'll also need a redNAND tutorial.


    tutorials are usually provided along the released tool.
    if it's not easy enough, it's often because it requires more knowledge to use it and is not aimed at you. Me too, sometime it's too hard for me, then it's not for me. I read and inform myself first instead of wanting things without understanding.
    I don't want to sound mean, but it's usually that. you need to get a tutorial for each tool, there's no one single big tutorial with all tools explained inside.

    when a tutorial says you need to first start by compiling a project, then you have to learn how to compile. It's not the tool's developer to explain how to compile.
    and if there's a need to put a tutorial for all released tools together, it would be very hard to help everyone correctly.


    we don't know how much knowledge users have. If we tell you "use a hex editor" and you don't even know what that is, you'll need a tutorial for that too.
    and if you don't know how to extract a zip, we will have to add a zip extraction tutorial too
    If you don't know how to download from a website, another tutorial, and another one for how to use the browser, or your OS (and yes, trust me, I already had to help users using their OS, they didn't know how to make/move/rename folders/files, or rename an extension)
    etc.

    we don't know how much knowledge users have, and how deep we need to go into the "step by step" tutorial.
    that's not something against you, and I'm sorry if you take it bad. I just want to tell all users requesting tutorials to use recently released methods that it's still new and still require a lot of knowledge. It's not ready for end users and there's no "one click" tool to do things (yet!).
    let time do its thing. don't jump on new things right away.

    of course, there are some end users who managed to do it, and try to share their discovery (like the links of tutorials I posted above), but they are incomplete and raw.
    it's still missing information and steps that the user don't even know because he didn't thought that what seemed ok for him will maybe not be the same for others (one of the redNAND guide don't mention the need of armips, or the missing sections needed to compile, not even talking about pycrypto installation requirement). The existing guides are like youtube guide to me. users who barely managed to do something want to tell others how to do the same. that's not the way to share it. It's a brave spirit to share with others, but it's missing safety.
     
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    Oh yeah for Animal Crossing: amiibo festival it wasn't on the eShop? So uTik won't work?
     
  4. the_randomizer

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    I have a question about Mario Kart 8 and installing it to USB. So I have the game in disc form, as well as some of the DLC and a save on NAND; if I were to install it to USB, I would need to copy over the DLC and save to the USB from SysNAND before I install it, correct? I want to be sure to do this so I don't lose all my data.
     
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    If you want to be safe, COPY your data so you have two copies, one on USB one on the system. But from my experience yes, as long as it's on the USB it will just treat it as is, all data copied over.
     
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    randomizer : yes, you need to move all the data to USB first.
    if you install to USB first, you can't move the data anymore. you'll have to delete from USB then move then reinstall to USB.

    edit:
    oh yes, I always forget about the "copy" instead of moving.
     
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    Oh right, I forgot that the Wii U could copy too :lol: I wish JNUS GUI downloaded updates with the games as well :P
     
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    double click JNUStool.jar ;)
    downloading game update is the main purpose of this program.
    click "download encrypted" button.


    this just illustrate my big post above : users don't even know the tools they are using. they just follow instruction blindly. that works, but that's too bad I think.
    get curious :)
     
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    Hmm, using JNUS mod 0.6, loaded it up and I don't see any title lists generating, so I had to drop a ticket into the app in order for the game to start downloading. Ugh.
     
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    the JNUStool "GUI" is a fork from the original JNUStool, to add a GUI over the "game download" only, it removed a lot of original features.
     
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    Well, I can't get the JUStool to work, it tells me the title list is broken and refuses to load, and that it'll make a new one, but then crashes :unsure:

    Edit: Got the csv file, still doesn't work.
     
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    did you run JNUSTool in a new empty folder, or in the same folder than the GUI version?
    maybe the GUI version doesn't have the "updatetitles.csv" file, or maybe a different one. you need all 3 files from the link I gave you.
     
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    Yup, have all three files needed, doesn't load up, it does nothing, I don't know why... Maybe I should've run it in an empty folder first.

    Edit: Oh! It worked
     
  16. hudhair

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    Open the title.tik of the game or the title.tik of the dlc we want?


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  18. Cyan

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    the tik of the data you want to install.
    I guess if you want the DLC, you need the DLC ticket extracted from someone else's console (or just its title key)

    I tried to extract a DLC using the game's key and it didn't work, so they probably have a different key for DLC (maybe even one for each DLC).
     
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    That piece of garbage shouldn't have been released anywhere.
     
  20. apt4893

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    If they just uploaded it on the eShop for free...
     
  21. hudhair

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    What if I download the dlc from nusgrabber and then find the title key, then download the game with funkii gui to get a fake ticket to install? Would that work?


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