Further, they collect all "User Content," which they define as all "[...] comments, messages, images, photos, movies, information, data and other content" (Chapter 6, Nintendo 3DS End User License Agreement).By accepting this Agreement or using a Nintendo 3DS System or the Nintendo 3DS Service, you also grant to Nintendo a worldwide, royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive and fully sublicensable license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, perform and display your User Content in whole or in part and to incorporate your User Content in other works, in any form, media or technology now known or later developed, including for promotional or marketing purposes.
My objective is to concatenate about a year's research and thought into this self contained guide to undertanding the NDS hacking scene and from there on making your own hardware and software choices. I am sure this will end up being a pretty long instructable.
(Chapter 1, Nintendo 3DS End User License Agreement) Please note just how absurd this claim is when you consider something like the photos taken with the 3DS camera.
Can you imagine Canon or Nikon claiming the right to use pictures taken by you with one of their cameras?
I have been researching the NDS hacking scene for quite some time now, and this instructable is the dedicated outcome of all my findings.
As with my other instructables, I have written this one is such a way that it will save you the time of doing the research for yourself.
Because of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), users are legally prohibited from modifying their devices to block Nintendo's nastiness.