Originally Posted by richardsito
The first firmware update for the Nintendo 3DS was released yesterday. This update brings some new features and improves the system's stability. See below for a detailed list of changes in this update.
● Improved system stability
More comfortable way to enjoy, and will improve the overall stability of the system.
● Since when updating
Download - NUSD v1.9
This build is intended to provide updated DSi features to users before the release of v2.0.
The DSi Common Key is NOT embedded into this release. Once it inevitably spreads and becomes common place, I could embed the key. Many sites do not want any trace of it, so this build respects this request.
Multiple GUI changesDSi Decryption
Originally Posted by namyarb3
OK. Here's the deal. I was lucky enough to win the secret santa drawing here on WiiHacks. The prize was invites to an AWESOME torrent tracking website. Sweet, and thanks again for the goods!!
This user asked wiihacks staff to set aside his drawing prize. He wished to have us reassign it to another wiihacks user. This is his way of doing it. Inserted as an obligatory remark, specifically relating to traditional site rules and PWN rules (we don't want to see this user banned,
Updated 12-28-2010 at 10:15 PM by nightstah
Originally Posted by Darkcide666
In this series of guides I will show you all of the emulation possibilities for the Wii. Starting with the grandfathers like the 2600 going up to fifth gen like the N64 and then some. Part one will cover consoles, part two will cover handhelds and arcade, part three will cover PC, and part four will cover anything else like ScummVM. If there are multiple emulators for a platform I will only be covering my favorite one.
The full guide/article can be found here.
Updated 12-27-2010 at 06:41 AM by nightstah
Well I don't know how many of you know about the Wii Backup Disc (aka Pink Fish Disc) but I'll link you to a page about it on WiiBrew: WiiBrew - Wii Backup Disc
So basically I'm trying to see what these DevCerts do. Not too long ago some Wii Development discs and channels were released, along with the 'dev-key' which can be used in place of the 'common-key' to decrypt these files, etc. See this post on GBAtemp.net.
As it turns out this dev-key is needed to properly