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thezander

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  1. That sucks man, I don't have a vita myself so I am curious about why you had to update to the latest fw? There's no other way you could of used the old one as a system restore or something? I know you mentioned your SD card was jacked up does that mean you had to connect the vita to internet in order for it to update itself? Also I know it's water under the fridge at this point, but wasn't there a new thing released or going to be released that made the use of memory cards interchangeable amongst different fw consoles?
  2. There has been a bit of buzz recently surrounding the 3DS it has become apparent that Nintendo is targeting consoles that utilize homebrew and CFW. It appears to be a permanent ban and the exact method of detection has not been made public yet. Perhaps the safest route if you are not already banned is to disconnect from the internet till new information is brought forth. Source ( I've seen this a few places now, but GBATemp will probably have the most reports. ) https://gbatemp.net/threads/regarding-the-recent-3ds-banwave.471781/
  3. I'm not so keen on fancy screenshots but my code is: SW-6616-8511-9312
  4. happy birthday man was this you today ?
  5. I may have been a bit too hasty to get this thread out because there is a huge influx of resources and guides coming out. I'll try and tidy up the thread and get some bullet points as time goes passed. Here I go anyways, you may remember a talk at 33c3 way back in December 2016 where the 3DS hacker crew announced they had a working BootROM exploit video below. Today derrek announced the release of sighax, http://www.sighax.com/ which enables a person to run fake signed firmware on any console. I'm going to go ahead and assume they mean current available consoles because I do not see how they would know for sure if it works on that new 2DS that isn't out yet. I mentioned earlier that I may not be great at explaining it fully because I have not yet tried it myself yet. However I plan on doing so once I have some free time. Right now if you have installed a9loaderhax you're in good shape because you already got the first step knocked out. If you do not have a9lhax installed already I will post a link to a tutorial because there are some really good tutorial sites that have a really friendly step by step guide. I'm not exactly up to date on which firmwares for which consoles are exploitable at the moment. I am pretty sure that if you have an old 3DS on the latest firmware you may be out of luck for the moment. Anyways, if you have a9lh you just download the bins from the site http://www.sighax.com/ and put on the root of the SD card and install as directed. Be very careful though and look at you're doing because if you install the wrong thing from the wrong source you can brick your console for sure. Here is a helpful guide for updating from a9lhax: https://3ds.guide/updating-to-boot9strap Quote from source: Also there is an option on there that if you do not wish to download their firmware they provide you with the forged RSA key to do with as you please. Which is pretty neat if you got something to do with it. Source: added 2 minutes later I just posted this, but now via tweet from smealum. Sciresm has an excellent run down explanation of the significance and different possibilities. https://sciresm.github.io/33-and-a-half-c3/
  6. Here's the leaderboard to if you are interested https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/leaderboard/ free tip: wait for GregoryRasputin to take a little hiatus and post whatever interesting thing you can. That's how I got my days won.
  7. Here's a little update on the game: they are going to have an option to customize your character. Normally under any circumstances I would think this is just a little feature they thought would be neat to add. However, after reading the comments there is a huge Sonic Fan Art community. I knew there was fan art, but assumed it was just like any other fan art thing just something fans like to make. I was crazy surprised to see how intense the fan art behind Sonic is, like people make full characters with a bios and everything. I can't even tell if they video games or really just into making weird characters. It's like a DUngeon and Dragons thing would be the best way to put it, it's shocking. I was always a passing Sonic fan, given my first Sega console was a Dreamcast I only played Genesis / Saturn at dentist offices. Actually, scratch that my first Sega was a GameGear but I really only played Sonic Pinball on it. Anyways, if you are a huge Sonic buff you probably already heard of this. If not you should be crazy excited. http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/05/16/sonic-forces-character-creation-feature-mode-announced
  8. I just completed this quiz. My Score 90/100 My Time 59 seconds  
  9. Happy Birthday man!
  10. Without looking in to it myself, how did he go about doing this? Does it involve modding the characters, scenes, models like they do when they just mod the game an play it. Then he actually plays the game and uses that cinema mode thing?
  11. Happy Birthday! Mistawes!
  12. That second video looks like it was made with one of those generic flash intro templates. I skipped around the first video and the new SEO features they're adding were a tad vague, but sign me up for new technology any day.
  13. It's all you man, I think you'll get more use out of it than I would.
  14. Apparently the dev kit has a little screen on the unit that tells you the frame rate. This is the most serious gaming console I have ever seen. I wonder if there will an equally suped up VR headset for this thing that makes use of all these crazy specs. http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/05/04/xbox-scorpio-dev-kit-has-a-frame-rate-counter-mini-screen