Plailect’s 3DS Guide Translated to French and Portuguese
There has been multiple incidents of late in the 3DS hacking scene. Majority of these incidents seem to be focused on a general issue: Language Spoken. Now we all know the 3DS is a console available worldwide. Thanks to this worldwide availability, many of its users worldwide would like to partake in home-brew as well. Sadly the most efficient guide available to date for all users is written in English only. This causes many issues for users worldwide who either have trouble understanding or comprehending English well enough to take the risk of console modding.
Now many You-tubers, bloggers, etc have tried to solve this problem by making videos/write ups of their own. With these videos, write-ups etc have come with multiple issues, from users using console specific files or following steps specified in the videos that are neither needed or properly understood. This in turn has been causing many bricks, both hard and soft for 3DS users worldwide. This in turn has been flooding both the reddit and forums with users searching for a solution to their issues. Forums are here to help us all in both learning and resolving issues encountered. With the recent releases on the other hand, this wave has been very overwhelming.
But! There is hope! Thanks to many volunteers on the 3DS sub-reddit, this issue is being curbed in a much more streamlined and user friendly way. There has so far been two fully translated versions of the guide so far the first being a Portuguese Guide, followed by a translation in French!
The community is still currently accepting volunteers and actively translating the guide into as many languages as they can, so if you’d like to take part, your help will be greatly be appreciated in any way you can contribute. You can proceed to do so HERE at the 3DSHacks sub-reddit.
Update: There has also been a Russian translation as well, this can be found HERE
Happy Hacking for All!