Luma 3ds

Luma3DS

Noob-proof (N)3DS "Custom Firmware"

What it is

Luma3DS is a program to patch the system software of (New) Nintendo (2)3DS handheld consoles "on the fly", adding features such as per-game language settings, debugging capabilities for developers, and removing restrictions enforced by Nintendo such as the region lock.

It also allows you to run unauthorized ("homebrew") content by removing signature checks. To use it, you will need a console capable of running homebrew software on the Arm9 processor.

Since v8.0, Luma3DS has its own in-game menu, triggerable by (see the release notes).

Compiling

  1. Clone the repository with

  2. Run .

    The produced is meant to be copied to the root of your SD card for usage with Boot9Strap.

Setup / Usage / Features

See https://github.com/LumaTeam/Luma3DS/wiki

Credits

See https://github.com/LumaTeam/Luma3DS/wiki/Credits

Licensing

This software is licensed under the terms of the GPLv3. You can find a copy of the license in the LICENSE.txt file.

Files in the GDB stub are instead triple-licensed as MIT or "GPLv2 or any later version", in which case it's specified in the file header.

Sours: https://github.com/LumaTeam/Luma3DS

Version 1.14 Warning Header

This guide is only for users with Luma3DS installed. To check if you have Luma3DS, turn on your console while holding SELECT. If the console boots normally, you don’t have Luma3DS and you can dismiss this guide.

If you have Luma3DS installed, updating your console to version 11.14 without updating Luma3DS first will cause “an exception occurred” error at boot (a soft-brick). To update Luma3DS, follow the steps below (this also works if your console is soft-bricked due to the firmware upgrade):

 

1. Insert your console’s SD card into your computer, then navigate to https://github.com/LumaTeam/Luma3DS/releases/latest to download the latest Luma3DS.zip file.

Latest Luma3DS Zip File

 

2. Double-click the zip file and drag “boot.3dsx” and “boot.firm” to the root of your SD card.

Dragging Luma3DS files to SD card

3. When prompted, replace the existing files.

Overwrite files prompt for Luma3DS update

 

4. Once the transfer has completed, eject the SD card from your computer and insert it into your console. Turn on the console while holding SELECT, enable “Show NAND or user string in System Settings”, then press START.

 

Luma3DS settings screen

5. You may now update your console using System Settings.

 


Any questions, comments, or concerns?

We’re all ears! Let us know via Discord or Support Email.

Sours: https://support.sudomemo.net/info-about-2ds-3ds-system-version-11-14/
  1. 24 ft rope light
  2. Hair salon games
  3. Thrash vs death metal
  4. Animated friendship pictures
  5. Ford mods fs19
  • Fixed booting on 4.x (*)
  • Allowed launching 3dsx apps on < 8.x where Rosalina is supported (currently, 4.x and above)
  • Added two new options in Rosalina's "System configuration" submenu:
    • the option to force a WiFi network, allowing to use local-network homebrew even if the connection test would fail (@LiquidFenrir)
    • the option to disable short POWER button presses in Rosalina->System configuration (@izzy84075)
  • Changed a few things in the NTP submenu:
    • added the ability to offset the time in the NTP menu by any number of minutes (@nathanhitch)
    • changed the default IP to that of , not blocked in mainland China
  • Added support for BPS patches (@leoetlino)
  • Arm9 menu: check for button combos again after the PIN and/or splash screens
  • Fixed a few bugs in sysmodule that were causing crashes (@leoetlino, #1375: @Lizardon1, @muhmuhten)
  • Fixed a few bugs in other sysmodules (@lioncash, @piepie62, @Oreo639, @mariohackandglitch), including one that would cause erroneous screens to show
  • General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience

In addition, with thanks to @fincs, this release of Luma3DS comes bundled with version 2.1.1 of the Homebrew Menu.

To update, simply drag and drop and to the root of your SD card, as always.

(*) The space left for Rosalina on this system version (and maybe a few other system versions) is running out; the level of support for it may be reduced to that of 3.x in the future

Sours: https://github.com/LumaTeam/Luma3DS/releases

Finalizing Setup


For support in English, ask for help at Nintendo Homebrew on Discord.

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Required Reading

The file is what is launched by boot9strap itself after it finishes loading off of NAND, and can be any valid arm9 payload in the FIRM format. This file can be replaced at any time, although Luma3DS allows for the launch of other arm9 payloads in the FIRM format using the Luma3DS chainloader.

In this case, we use Luma3DS by LumaTeam to boot a patched SysNAND directly, allowing us to completely bypass the need for any kind of EmuNAND, vastly simplifying the usage of a hacked 3DS in addition to saving SD card space.

During this process, we also setup programs such as the following:

  • FBI(installs CIA formatted games and applications)
  • Anemone3DS(installs custom themes)
  • Checkpoint(backs up and restores save files for 3DS and DS games)
  • Universal-Updater(a homebrew app store for downloading homebrew from the 3DS over wifi)
  • GodMode9(multipurpose tool which can do NAND and cartridge functions)
  • Homebrew Launcher Loader(launches the Homebrew Launcher)
  • DSP1(allows homebrew applications to have sound)
  • ctr-no-timeoffset(removes the rtc offset so that the home menu and rtc timestamps match)

What You Need

Instructions

Section I - Prep Work

  1. Power off your device
  2. Insert your SD card into your computer
  3. Create a folder named on the root of your SD card if it does not already exist
    • This folder stores homebrew applications and data; it is different from the folder that the device automatically generates
  4. Create a folder named on the root of your SD card if it does not already exist
  5. Copy to the folder on your SD card
  6. Copy to the folder on your SD card
  7. Copy to the folder on your SD card
  8. Copy to the folder on your SD card
  9. Copy to the folder on your SD card
  10. Copy to the folder on your SD card
  11. Copy to the folder on your SD card
  12. Copy to the folder on your SD card
  13. Create a folder named in the folder on your SD card if it does not already exist
  14. Copy from the GodMode9 to the folder on your SD card
  15. Copy the folder from the GodMode9 to the root of your SD card
  16. Reinsert your SD card into your device
  17. Power on your device

Section II - Updating the System

If, while following a previous version of this guide, you CTRTransfered your New 3DS to 2.1.0, you should now restore your NAND backup before doing this section.

If, before following this guide, you already had an EmuNAND setup and would like to move the contents of your previous EmuNAND to your new SysNAND CFW, now is the time to follow Move EmuNAND before doing this section.

  1. Update your device by going to System Settings, then “Other Settings”, then going all the way to the right and using “System Update”
    • Updates while using B9S + Luma (what you have) are safe
    • The updater may display a message saying “Your system is up to date” instead of updating. This is normal if you are already up to date; continue with the next section
    • If this gives you an error, set your DNS settings to “auto”
    • If this still gives you an error, follow this troubleshooting guide

Section III - Homebrew Launcher

  1. Launch the Download Play application ()
  2. Wait until you see the and buttons
  3. Press (Left Shoulder) + (D-Pad Down) + (Select) at the same time to open the Rosalina menu
  4. Select “Miscellaneous options”
  5. Select “Switch the hb. title to the current app.”
  6. Press (B) to continue
  7. Press (B) to return to the Rosalina main menu
  8. Press (B) to exit the Rosalina menu
  9. Press (Home), then close Download Play
  10. Launch the Download Play application
  11. Your device should load the Homebrew Launcher
  12. Launch ctr-no-timeoffset from the list of homebrew
  13. Press (A) to set the offset to 0
    • This will set the system clock to match the RTC date&time (which we will set soon)
  14. Press (Start) to return to the Homebrew Launcher
  15. Launch FBI from the list of homebrew

Section IV - Installing CIAs

  1. Navigate to ->
  2. Select “<current directory>”
  3. Select the “Install and delete all CIAs” option, then press (A) to confirm
  4. Press (Home), then close Download Play

Section V - DSP Dump

  1. Launch the DSP1 application
  2. Once it has completed, press (B) to self-delete the app and return to the home menu

Section VI - CTRNAND Luma3DS

  1. Power off your device
  2. Press and hold (Start), and while holding (Start), power on your device. This will launch GodMode9
    • If you do not boot into GodMode9, ensure that is in and that is correctly spelled
  3. If you are prompted to create an essential files backup, press (A) to do so, then press (A) to continue once it has completed
  4. If you are prompted to fix the RTC date&time, press (A) to do so, then set the date and time, then press (A) to continue
  5. Press (Home) to bring up the action menu
  6. Select “Scripts…”
  7. Select “GM9Megascript”
  8. Select “Scripts from Plailect’s Guide”
  9. Select “Setup Luma3DS to CTRNAND”
  10. When prompted, press (A) to proceed
  11. Press (A) to unlock SysNAND (lvl1) writing, then input the key combo given
  12. Press (A) to continue

Section VII - Cleanup SD Card

  1. Select “Cleanup SD Card”
  2. When prompted, press (A) to proceed
  3. Press (A) to continue
  4. Press (B) to return to the main menu

Section VIII - Backup Essential Files

  1. Select “Backup Options”
  2. Select “SysNAND Backup”
  3. Press (A) to confirm
    • This process will take some time
    • If you get an error, make sure that you have at least 1.3GB of free space on your SD card
  4. Press (A) to continue
  5. Press (B) to return to the main menu
  6. Select “Dump Options”
  7. Select “Dump Boot9.bin & Boot11.bin”
  8. When prompted, press (A) to proceed
  9. Press (A) to continue
  10. Press (B) to return to the main menu
  11. Select “Exit”
  12. Press (A) to relock write permissions if prompted
  13. Navigate to
  14. Press (A) on to select it
  15. Select “Copy to 0:/gm9/out”
    • If you see “Destination already exists”, press (A) on “Overwrite file(s)”
  16. Press (A) to continue
  17. Press (Home) to bring up the action menu
  18. Select “Poweroff system” to power off your device
  19. Insert your SD card into your computer
  20. Copy , , , , and from the folder on your SD card to a safe location on your computer
    • Make backups in multiple locations (such as online file storage)
    • These backups will save you from a brick and/or help you recover files from the NAND image if anything goes wrong in the future
  21. Delete and from the folder on your SD card after copying it
  22. Reinsert your SD card into your device
  23. Power on your device

Information and Notes

You will now boot Luma3DS CFW by default.

You can now hold (Select) on boot to launch the Luma3DS configuration menu.

You can now hold (Start) on boot to launch the Luma3DS chainloader menu (note that the Luma3DS chainloader menu is only displayed if there is more than one payload detected).

You can now hold (Start) + (Select) + (X) on boot to dump the ARM11 bootrom (), the ARM9 bootrom (), and your console unique OTP () to the folder on your SD card (note that this will not have any kind of prompt or message).

You can now press (L) + (Down) + (Select) while the system is booted to open the Rosalina menu integrated into Luma3DS. For a full list of Rosalina features, please see the Luma3DS v8.0 Release

If you would like to upgrade to a bigger sized SD card, all you have to do is format your new SD card as FAT32 and copy paste the contents of the old SD card onto the new SD card.

If your new SD card is bigger than 32GB, then you have to use a different tool to format it, such as guiformat (Windows), Disk Utility (Mac), or cfdisk (Linux).

For information on changing your device to another region, check out the Region Changing page.

For information on using GodMode9’s various features, check out the GodMode9 Usage page.

For information on using Luma3DS’s various features, check out its wiki.

For information on installing custom themes and splash screens, check out Theme Plaza.

For information on using Gateshark cheat codes on Luma3DS, check out Checkpoint.


Sours: https://3ds.hacks.guide/finalizing-setup.html

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