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Submitted by GameLuster 941d ago | news

Nintendo Blocks most Flash Carts on 3DS with new Update

As many are aware Nintendo sent an update to 3DS owners without warning which automatically update to the newest firmware 4.4.0-10U. At first glance it seemed like nothing special at all but if you look deeper you will see it was measure to prevent flash carts to run on the 3DS. And boy did Nintendo 1-Up the game this time. (3DS, Tag Invalid)

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linkenski  +   941d ago
Already circumvented. What pisses me off about these latest firmware updates are rather that, their premises are pure shit. "System stability enhanced" -my bottom! It blocks flashcards, and that's its only purpose. Thanks for nothing Nintendo. How about giving us a reason to update instead?
GameLuster  +   941d ago
Yeah I agree, a lot of Nintendo Updates don't do much other than to block Piracy. It would be nice to throw us something worthwhile, but I understand they are company in which Piracy is bad for a business.

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