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"Non-Executable CXI file examples(Includes Decrypted RomFS): DLPChild" Why are you calling dlpchild non-exec NCCH when that would have an ExeFS like any other "normal" CXI?(AFAIK dlpchild is exactly the same as other exec CXIs besides being temporarily installed to NAND from wlan for running) --[[User:Yellows8|Yellows8]] 16:44, 23 June 2012 (CEST)
:Bad wording, I mean DLPChild Container NCCH, the same DLPChild containers used in CCIs and installed titles, to hold the DLPChild CIA files--[[User:3dsguy|3dsguy]] 00:36, 24 June 2012 (CEST)
I've been thinking, you know how we have executable specialisations of NCCH, which are officially called .CXI (CTR Executable Image). And we also have non-executable specialisations of NCCH, which I've assumed uses the extention .CXI. But perhaps officially, non-executable specialisations of NCCH have a different file extention all together, like the case CCI and CSU (both NCSD format).--[[User:3dsguy|3dsguy]] 18:09, 7 July 2012 (CEST)


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