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Rex123a1

[APP] CDNSP GUI v6 (No setup needed, simply double click and use!) (Beginner friendly) (FIXED NEW DB FORMAT ERROR) - Made in Python by Bob (Rex123a1)

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Getting the "check title ID, titleKey and version" error on any game 

Already on 2.1 

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Yep, 

downloaded 2.1,  extracted the the required files (keys etc) and run the script. 

I get to the GUI with all games listing. After clicking download I get the error.

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1 hour ago, biocohem said:

Yep, 

downloaded 2.1,  extracted the the required files (keys etc) and run the script. 

I get to the GUI with all games listing. After clicking download I get the error.

I figured my error / mistake.

Since I am on a Mac with Windows running on parallels you have to copy the script folder to C:/ (mine was in the download folder of my mac partition).

Python seem to have problems with that. Download is working now.

 

Edit:

2 more question:

- lets say I install the copied .nsp file on the SD card through the dev menu

- does the .nsp file also become the game file that is required to run the game or does it make another copy of it somewhere? 

- by downloading a game with this cndsp-app that includes updates and DLC files: I install the main game .nsp first, then the update file of the main game, then the DLC (and if theres an update for the DLC this comes last). Is this correct? Am I allowed to delete everything but the main NSP game file after installing all the updated and the DLC file?

 

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1 hour ago, biocohem said:

Yep, 

downloaded 2.1,  extracted the the required files (keys etc) and run the script. 

I get to the GUI with all games listing. After clicking download I get the error.

Please post a screenshot of the error

1 hour ago, aitakute said:

Which one is the update? I can only see the games and DLC on the list

It's on the options on the right, you can choose if you want to download the update for a game or not

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1 minute ago, Rex123a1 said:

Please post a screenshot of the error

It's on the options on the right, you can choose if you want to download the update for a game or not

See my post above: It doesnt work on Mac with parallels if the CDNSP-App is located on a mac partition. You have to copy it directly to the C:/ partition (you may add this to the 1st page maybe? For all Mac-people around). 

Could you help me out with the question above regarding the update and dlc files?

 

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Just now, biocohem said:

See my post above: It doesnt work on Mac with parallels if the CDNSP-App is located on a mac partition. You have to copy it directly to the C:/ partition (you may add this to the 1st page maybe? For all Mac-people around). 

Could you help me out with the question above regarding the update and dlc files?

 

The new script supports Mac btw, still need someone to test it on Linux for me 

For Mac you need to cd into the GUI folder and run the script from there

3 minutes ago, biocohem said:

See my post above: It doesnt work on Mac with parallels if the CDNSP-App is located on a mac partition. You have to copy it directly to the C:/ partition (you may add this to the 1st page maybe? For all Mac-people around). 

Could you help me out with the question above regarding the update and dlc files?

 

Which one? :o thanks for your support and other people's support for answering and replying to others for me btw!

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