DSP Dump 3DS
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|This application has been obsoleted by one or more applications that serve the same purpose, but are more stable or maintained.|
|Version||1.0 (24 Apr 2016)|
DSP Dump is a simple 3DS utility application to dump the DSP binary component needed for audio output in many 3DS homebrew applications.
Note: Obsoleted, you can use DSP1 instead (for the latest firmware 11.4).
Available in 3DSX format. Open the application using the Homebrew Launcher, or any other method using *hax 2.0+.
It will dump the needed file onto your SD card (/3ds/dspfirm.cdc), and you're ready. It only needs to be launched once.
Q. What is this for?
A lot of homebrews use DSP service for audio but to use it you'll need a DSP firmware dumped from a retail cartridge/eShop title. What this homebrew does is to extract the dspfirm.cdc file to use on 3DS/CIA homebrews (or on NH 2.1 or lower).
You may consider using it if you want to use 3DS/CIA homebrews. Chances are one of them could use DSP audio. Without dumping this file, you will not hear anything.