Gateway flash cards bricking 3DS systems when users modify device’s file
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News | 7 Comments | 0 Likes
In a strange turn of events, it would seem that Gateway’s 3DS flash cards are bricking systems when users attempt to modify a particular file on the device. Basically, the piracy-enabling technology is attempting to prevent itself from being pirated. Yep, strange.
There have been plenty of reports about the situation over on the GBATemp forums, which have picked up due to the recent region-lock workaround discovery. 3DS owners who have modified a file within Gateway’s device appear to activate a “kill switch”, corrupting the 3DS’ NAND flash memory and leaving them with a dead handhanld.
Here’s what Gateway is saying about the situation: