The update arrived yesterday with little fanfare, but here's the official description from Nintendo: System stability improvements and other adjustments Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.
Your Nintendo 3DS system and software are not designed for use with any unauthorized device and/or any unauthorized software.
The Action Replay is a hexadecimal-based cheating device brand made by Datel that is used for games and systems of all kinds.
It is not licensed or endorsed by any game or console manufacturer.
Slot-2 (or first-generation) devices have been historically cheaper due to economies of scale (inherited from their use with Game Boy Advance), but require a booting tool in Slot-1 in order to use the touch screen and other DS features.
Second-generation devices (those which only use Slot-1) do not work with GBA homebrew, but as of 2007 became less expensive and easier to use, rivaling many Slot-2 devices in price.
By intercepting game code transmission between the game's software and the system's hardware, Action Replay devices can change the gaming experience.
The use of cheating devices to modify Pokémon games has been a popular practice since the games' release in the mid-nineties.We have detected a history of abnormal traffic from your network so we ask that you please complete the following form to confirm that you are not a robot and are indeed a real person. Most of this time this happens if there has been a lot of malicious bot activity from your current internet provider's network or you are using a VPN. After that, Mad Catz bought the name Game Shark, and Action Replays were then sold to the public by their original name.There are currently three different models, the original DS version, the DSi version, and the more current version, the newly released 3DS version.And once you booted it back up, you would start in the exact location as before.