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| What is Homebrew?
|| How do I run homebrew?
| Homebrew is a popular term used for applications that are created and executed on a video game console by hackers, programmers, developers, and consumers.
|| Keep an eye out on the Homebrew Exploits page for a list of available exploits and their respective requirements.
| How do I develop homebrew?
|| What homebrew can I run?
| See the Setting up Development Environment page for a guide on how to get started with homebrew development for the 3DS. The toolchain supports Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
|| See the Homebrew Applications page for a partial list of homebrew applications/games that can be downloaded and installed.
Latest safe firmware
| As of this writing, the latest firmware is 11.6.0-39.
See here regarding running homebrew.
Software-based full system control exploits are only known for system versions up to and including 11.3.0-X, while ntrboothax allows for ARM9 arbitrary code execution on any 3DS-family console regardless of OS version (or even its presence at all).
- 18 September 17 Nintendo released system update 11.6.0-39.
- 10 July 17 Nintendo released system update 11.5.0-38.
- 04 June 17 Boot9strap updated to 1.2, with Luma support quickly after. With the luma update, *hax payloads are no longer needed.
- 20 May 17 Sighax/Boot9Strap is released with Luma 7.1 adding support for b9s a while after.
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