This video demonstrates how to install the 3DS custom firmware Luma using NTRBoot. I use an R4 SDHC by r4isdhc.com in this video.
All R4/R4i SDHC cards by r4isdhc.com with a banner that has a year of 2014 or later are supported. That means that the following cards from r4isdhc.com are supported:
-R4 SDHC Dual-Core 2014-2018
-R4 SDHC Gold Pro 2014-2018
-R4 SDHC RTS Lite 2014-2018
-R4 SDHC Snoopy 2014-2015
-R4 SDHC Upgrade 2014-2015
I use the R4 SDHC Dual-Core 2014 in this video, but exactly the same steps can be used for each other card mentioned.
Sorry for my accent 🙂
What you need:
-3DS that you want to hack
-Magnet (not required for 2DS; but required for New 2DS XL)
-SD card for the 3DS
-R4 SDHC flashcart
-MicroSD for the R4i
You need to rename the flash backup to “r4isdhc-backup.bin” if you want to restore the flashcard with the .firm-version of the ntrboot flasher.
Manufacturer of the cartridge:
Guide to read: -(3ds-single-system)
NDS Flasher (has to be on the MicroSD of the flashcart):
Kernel (has to be on the MicroSD of the flashcart):
SafeB9S Installer (goes into the root of the 3DS’ SD with the name “boot.firm”):
boot9strap (goes into a boot9strap folder on the 3DS’ SD):
Luma3DS (replaces the “boot.firm” in the root at a later time in the video):
Flasher to restore the DS functionality: