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Yes-ish. You CAN homebrew a 3DS, but the problem is Nintendo still actively supports the 3DS and anything that is used to homebrew it ends up being patched not long later. This can be avoided by simply waiting for a while and not updating so you have an out-of-date version that people have an exploit for, or finding a way to downgrade your system (which would require a different exploit) to a version that has known ways of homebrewing. You can check out reddit.com/r/3dshacks (3DS Hacks, not 3D Shacks) for some more details. Oh, and if/when you DO homebrew your 3DS, look into citra-emu.org to have some fun. Also, if you're a pokemon fan, you can use a homebrew'd 3DS to transfer pokemon from the original red/blue/yellow cartridges to the 3DS virtual console and Pokemon Bank in order for your favorites from the originals to be transfered to your current games.
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