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The Nintendo 3DS XL 2015, marketed as the New Nintendo 3DS XL, was released October 11, 2014 in Japan and February 13, 2015 in North America.

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When I turn 3DS on, blue light appears but screen is black (has CFW)

So I was playing ACNL, then I put my 3DS in sleep mode after I was done playing. A week later, I come back to play and the screen is all black, though the blue light is still there. I figured it must have somehow froze, so I held the power button to turn it off entirely. Unfortunately, after that, every time I tried to turn the system on, the blue light appears, but the screens remain black, and I can’t actually do anything on the system. I‘m not sure what to do. If it matters at all, it does have CFW installed, but I doubt that’s the issue, as it’s been installed for about a couple years by now with no problems.

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Anyone have any ideas on what could possibly be wrong if I have tried to Wi-Fi fix and it doesn't make screen turn on? I'm at a loss. This originally stopped working 13 months after purchase and Nintendo wouldn't fix because it was after 1 year warranty window. And I was angry so was boycotting paying the $150 fee to have fixed. Now I wish I would've done that because they do not even repair these any more

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Do I need a new battery? I did everything I could and updated it and got all the new files and deleted the old bad ones and everything. it’ll turn on for a little, but it always goes right back to it. It’s weird cuz you can see the screen turn slightly brighter like it’s on, but it’s not I don’t know. Any advice please anybody???

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Hi!

You could try the following:

  1. Remove the battery
  2. Press the power button a couple of times
  3. Plug in the power adapter. Try turning it on.
  4. Remove the power adapter
  5. Insert the battery, plug the adapter in
  6. Try to power the console on again. If it works, you’re good, otherwise I’d try the same again also with removing the SD card.

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Sorry for the late reply. I actually had seen someone else suggest this as well so I wanted to try it, but unfortunately the screws are stripped so I can’t actually get to the little nudge in order to pull out the battery. But the back cover itself broke off since it was kind of cracked, so I’m able to access the SD Card, just not the battery. Is there any way I can remove the screw?

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I just made an account to say thank you. I was going crazy and couldn't find how to fix it, thank you so much!!!

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This worked! I was about to give up hope when the wifi-chip fix only worked once, but before my eyes it finally turned on. Thank you so much!

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Pranav, if you still need a way to open up your 3ds (after 4 years) you can try using a rubber band between the screwdriver and the screw, and as a last result you can drill off the screw top.

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Thank you! It worked!

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This is a fairly well known bug with luma. Turn it on and leave it open and undisturbed for about 10 minutes. If it boots by then, you're good to go and probably won't have to worry about this again

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Do you have any advice for a 3ds that is having this problem without any CFW installed?

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@standardtoad When did it start, and what were you doing with it just before?

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Well, this happened some time ago and I basically gave up. I was playing some MH4U and doing the online mode when the 3ds crashed. It was able to reboot, but after I continued playing it crashed again and got stuck on the black screen of death. I then used the safe boot to try and check for updates, but I wasn't missing any and the 3ds still wouldn't boot normally, always going to the BSoD. I then checked online and tried methods like disconnecting and reconnecting whatever the thing on step 12 of the teardown highlighted in orange is. That worked for about 2-3 boots until it crashed again and got stuck on BSoD after playing some online Pokemon. Around this point, the safe boot no longer worked, since it would crash after about 2 seconds. The last thing I did which worked temporarily was the procedure mentioned in the top answer here, but it only worked for one boot and didn't work after that. As of now, the 3ds no longer boots even using safe mode and none of the methods that worked before succeed any more.

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The teardown I mean is the Nintendo 3DS XL 2015 Motherboard Replacement. I have the New Nintendo 3DS XL, SNES model. Nintendo has already rejected my device for repairs, which I guess was because either the warranty expired or because I bought it from Amazon instead of directly from them.

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@darthmango I don't know if this is enough information to figure out what is wrong, but the main problem that seemed to happen was that even though the 3ds was updated and had internet connection, the crashes all seemed to happen when playing games and using the online features.

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Download the latest version of Luma3DS and copy the boot.firm file in the archive to the root of your SD card, overwriting any boot.firm file that might already be there.

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The link to the latest release of Luma3DS is always available on GitHub at https://github.com/LumaTeam/Luma3DS/rele...

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Also try a different SD card. If none of this works, try holding (L) + (R) + (A) + (D-Pad Up) all at the same time, then while still holding them, turn it on. This should bring up a System Settings menu to update the system. As long as you put the latest boot.firm on your console beforehand, updating from this extra menu (called Safe Mode) should be safe to do. Updates using B9S+Luma are safe, as long as you update Luma too. (if you don't update Luma, you'll run into the same issue you're already having until you put the new boot.firm on the SD card.)

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Okay so I had this EXACT problem with my 2ds (instead of a regular SD card, I had a 64gb micro SD inserted into a regular SD card adapter) turns out it was the adapter that wasn't working (not the micro sd) as once I replaced it with another adapter I had lying around it booted up per usual and I've had no problems since!

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Hi I need help as well my 3ds is doing the same thing I updated it and got rid of the old files I replaced and did everything. I even took out the sd card and back and it would sometimes work for a little, but then would just start doing it again. It’s weird cuz the screen gets slightly brighter like it’s on when it’s not. I think I might need a new battery, but i don’t wanna buy one if that’s not the case yk.

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