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Descargar The 3DS Homebrew Launcher Starterkit






Frequently Asked Questions

> Where can I find more homebrew applications ?

You can visit 3dbrew for more homebrew applications.> I set up tubehax and I can no longer access the eShop.

What's going on ?

tubehax works by redirecting your DNS requests to a server that will make your console think that youtube.com is another server. In addition to this, our DNS server blocks requests to Nintendo's eShop and update servers by default, meaning that as long as you have the tubehax DNS set up, you will not be able to access the eShop or update your console. You can restore access to the eShop (temporarily or permanently) by switching the DNS back to its original settings. If there is enough demand, we may consider setting up another DNS server for tubehax which does not block traffic to Nintendo's servers.

> Can ironhax be uninstalled ?

Yes. Simply select the ironhax savegame slot in the IronFall main menu, and delete it !

> Can tubehax be uninstalled ?

Yes. tubehax is never actually installed to your system; all you need to do to disable it is reset the DNS in your internet connection settings to what it originally was.

> What are 3DSX files ? Why doesn't the homebrew launcher load CXIs ?

We made the decision early on that the homebrew launcher should only work with a highly relocatable executable format as a way to improve compatibility with potential future exploits (such as ironhax and tubehax), which may or may not include the ability to update virtual memory page permissions. 3DSX is a format developed by fincs which allows us to do just that; each section (.text, rodata and data) can be relocated independently, making it perfect for our needs. Compiling as 3DSX rather than CXI will help maximize future compatibility.

> Does this allow region free ?
It totally does and it's pretty rad. You can access the region free feature directly from the Homebrew Launcher; it's the first option in the list, can't miss it. For more information on the region free feature, please visit regionFOUR's README page, as the exact same limitations currently apply.

> Does this let me run roms ?
No. These exploits run strictly in userland, meaning that we do not have full control over the console, and therefore cannot run pirated software. That being said, we have the same amount of access as regular apps and games to the console's hardware, and so we can make some kickass homebrew!

Credits

Most of the code for ninjhax, ironhax and tubehax was written by smea. However, a lot of help was provided by the following people :

- yellows8
- plutoo
- mtheall
- fincs
- Fluto, Arkhandar (hbmenu design)
- Normmatt, ichfly
- lobo (webpage template)
- CUE (compression code)
- GW (bringing attention to the webkit bug used by tubehax)
- derlanalmeida, ThibG (icons on this page)

We'd all also like to thank everyone who has been contributing to the 3DS scene in one way or another, including (but not limited to) : yuriks, Subv, Bond697, sm, StapleButter, bunnei, WinterMute, neobrain, and, like, so many other people.


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