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The 7.0.0-13 system update was released on December 9, 2013.


Official change-log:

  • Added support for Nintendo Network IDs
  • Added support for Miiverse
  • Added a Software Update Notification
  • Removed the limit to system transfers
  • Changed the start-up method of Nintendo 3DS Camera from the HOME Menu to require pressing the L and R Buttons simultaneously
  • Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience


The following applications were updated: System Settings, Activity Log(non-JPN), Nintendo 3DS Camera(non-JPN), Nintendo 3DS Sound, Mii Maker, StreetPass Mii Plaza, eShop, System Transfer, Face Raiders, and AR Games. A new title was added where the TID-High is the application TID-High.

System Settings fix[edit]

The NVRAM DS settings vulnerability in System Settings was fixed by adding the following code for the string length fields: before copying the data, the updated function will use the actual max length of the string for copying data if the length from the settings is too large.

System CFAs[edit]

NS CFA was updated, 3 new titles with TID-high 0004001B were added as well.

The "area:" archive, an unknown archive, and the "eula:" archive were updated.

The Nintendo Zone hotspot list, CVer, and NVer were updated.

System Titles[edit]

Home Menu, Internet Browser, Friend List applet, swkbd applet, and mint applet were updated. 2 new titles with TID-High 00040030 were added.

System Modules[edit]

The following system modules were updated: cfg, codec, MCU, PTM, AC, CECD, http, NIM, friends, BOSS, and NS were updated. A new system module was added: "act" for handling Nintendo Network accounts.

FIRM and whitelist[edit]

NATIVE_FIRM and the DS gamecard whitelist were updated.

NATIVE_FIRM now supports a new encryption method for certain NCCH sections, when a flag in the NCCH header is set. The keyslot for this is now initialized during NATIVE_FIRM boot from the same function which initializes the 6.0 gamecard savegame keyY, see the NCCH page for details. No 7.0.0-13 system titles seem to use this new encryption, this is presumably enabled by default for all titles built starting with 7.0.0-13+ for non-system titles: the first known title to use this was the updated version of the eShop YouTube application.