Would like to get a hard mod for my New 3DS XL, can anybody help?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Thedakoopa64, Jun 23, 2016.

  1. Thedakoopa64
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    so to make a long story short, i upgraded my SysNand when it looked like i was updating my EmuNand, and now i need to hard mod my N3DSXL to get back to 9.2. But i don't know who to ask, any suggestions on who to ask for a hard mod? thanks!
     
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    Both n3dsxl and o3dsxl hardmods are fairly easy. If you don't mind practicing soldering for a bit, I recommend you just do it yourself. If all you want is a downgrade, you can do a temporary hardmod. In that case you wouldn't have to make holes and make it look pretty, which I think is the hardest part.

    The tools cost about as much as the hard mod and you'll learn a new skill. You only have to solder four wires.
     
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    Yeah but this is some pretty tiny points so if you've never soldered before you can easily fry your console, be very careful if you try it yourself
     
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    I would try to do it, it's just I don't have the time, and I REALLY don't want to fry my system, so I'm just gonna let a professional do it! But maybe if it happens again one day and I have the time, then I would do it. Anyways have a good one!
     
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    vb_encryption_vb That hardmod guy....

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    We have made contact, thanks @Xenon Hacks for the support!