August 23rd, 2015, 19:09 Posted By: wraggster
A couple days ago, Smealum announced Tubehax for the 3DS: an exploit that allows all 3DS owners to run homebrews on their favorite console, up to the latest firmware (3DS firmware 9.9). Some people apparently had troubles running specific homebrews, and Smealum released a patch to address some of the issues.
What is Tubehax?
Tubehax is an exploit on the 3DS that triggers through a network request in the Youtube app. All people need to run the exploit is the free Youtube app from the Nintendo eShop. Tubehax was released alongside IronHax, an exploit that triggers in the game Ironfall (the Ironfall game has since then been removed from the Nintendo eShop)
This brings the number of exploits to run Smealum’s Homebrew launcher to 3, the first one (Ninjhax) being run through game Cubic Ninja.
A 4th exploit was announced recently, that will be triggering through Zelda Ocarina 3D.
3DS Homebrew Launcher
Tubehax – Homebrew issues?
Of course, no release is ever perfect, and several people complained about non working homebrews. It is safe to assume Smealum is too busy at this point to answer each individual email he’s getting, but he is aware of (at least soome of) the issues.
He recently issued a new version of the homebrew launcher, that corrects at least problems running citrAGB, the GBA emulator.
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