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Unbricking 3ds

Discussion in 'Nintendo DS' started by M3Sakura, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. M3Sakura

    M3Sakura Member

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    It has been proven that Nintendo can remotely brick your 3ds System if you have used a piracy device such as R4 or M3. But is there a way to unbrick a system once it has been bricked? Or is there any way to keep using a Piracy Card without Bricking the system, something like a anti bricking firewall?
     
  2. palwill

    palwill Regular member

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    bricking your device is a violation of their terms of service i believe, so i wouldn't worry about it.
     
  3. Modking30

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    B.S. Show a link or close this retarded thread
     
  4. palwill

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    who do you refer to?
     
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    Who else but the op?
     
  6. palwill

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    duh sorry, i think he is just asking if there is a way to unbrick it if it happens.
     
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  7. M3Sakura

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    Exactly. I have managed to stay legal for the time being, but if the prices rise any more, I am thinking of switching to a flashcard. Problem is Nintendos Remote Bricking...SO I wanted to see if the problem has been resolved yet.If there is a countermeasure against Nintendos Remote Bricking.
     
  8. tongs007

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    they dont brick the console they just block the cart. ive fixed loads of blocked carts when people update but never ever fixed a bricked dsi/xl/3ds as it simply doesn't happen
     
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    exactly which is why I said post a link to show us where someone said they bricked their system. That would be illegal
     
  10. M3Sakura

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    Seems like I misunderstood some stuff. But it always said that they can brick "the system"!
     
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    why would they brick their system? put a link up coz all i smell is camel poo
     
  12. M3Sakura

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    And how should I? I should be happy to be able to use what I have. And for a senior member, you sure know how to talk like a five year old.
     
  13. henkvisser

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    May i ask who has proved the nintendo can brick 3DS if i use a flashcard.
     
  14. M3Sakura

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    Well, Nintendo announced it when they started selling the 3ds. And apparently it happened to some people. Just google it, you will see.
     
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    ok not to speak like a five year old, as I am a senior member, put the link up, and put us in the picture, to put a link up just do this http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?q=ca...4&tbnw=216&start=0&ndsp=20&ved=1t:429,r:1,s:0
     
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    Ugh. http://nintendo3dsblog.com/proof-ni...-3ds-if-you-do-stuff-they-dont-want-you-to-do
    http://www.r4town.com/news/78/R4-3DS-Card-never-brick-Nintendo-3DS-console.html
    Apparently, Nintendo disapproved the rumour.http://www.r4town.com/news/78/R4-3DS-Card-never-brick-Nintendo-3DS-console.html

    HERE. 2 LINKS. YOU HAPPY B*****D?
     
  17. stuwho

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    So could someone here just answer a couple of simple questions,
    1 - Can the 3DS be bricked?
    2 - Can the 3DS be blocked,
    if so, can I avoid blocking or bricking by not updating when I have the R4i3DS card in, or does it recognise if I have EVER had an R4i3DS card in my console at all?
     
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    Can someone please just answer a simple question,
    Can the 3DS be bricked or blocked, & is there any way to avoid them if it does, for instance by not updating when I have an R4i3DS card (or similar) in the console. Or do nintendo recognise if there has ever been an R4i3DS card in the console at any time?
    Thanks
     
  19. henkvisser

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    Have answered your questions in your post, Answer: No an No.
     

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