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So before I updated my luma3ds to 6.6 my smash mods loaded completely fine, loading times were just like normal and I could play online. But after updating to 6.6 my smash game now has ridiculous load times, making it so I cant play online as by the time the room online shows up i am disconnected from the other player(s). Here's a video of just how bad it is, my apologies for the background audio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBCN8Sxat5c

Can anyone help me solve this? Its been this way for almost 2 months now and I'd really like to be able to play again

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  • 5mo
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    Neos is the problem,isn't optimized,ccps and music are very weighty
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  • 5mo
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    A few things you should work on to maximize your load speeds:
    1. Delete all unnecessary content from your SD card.

    2. If at all possible, get a faster SD card (U3 is recommended, my O3DS runs fine with it).

    3. Remember that the last update that Nintendo put out (11.3) has affected the GPU, changing a lot of the speeds for games and such. The newest build of Luma is based around that I believe. If you are certain the problem is Luma, downgrade it to the previous build.
    Personally, I prefer the air
  • 5mo
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    Posted by RabbitTheGamer

    A few things you should work on to maximize your load speeds:
    1. Delete all unnecessary content from your SD card.

    2. If at all possible, get a faster SD card (U3 is recommended, my O3DS runs fine with it).

    3. Remember that the last update that Nintendo put out (11.3) has affected the GPU, changing a lot of the speeds for games and such. The newest build of Luma is based around that I believe. If you are certain the problem is Luma, downgrade it to the previous build.

    How would I do that? I'm fairly new to cfw and i don't know which files to replace 
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  • 5mo
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    Posted by twosontown

    Posted by RabbitTheGamer

    A few things you should work on to maximize your load speeds:
    1. Delete all unnecessary content from your SD card.

    2. If at all possible, get a faster SD card (U3 is recommended, my O3DS runs fine with it).

    3. Remember that the last update that Nintendo put out (11.3) has affected the GPU, changing a lot of the speeds for games and such. The newest build of Luma is based around that I believe. If you are certain the problem is Luma, downgrade it to the previous build.

    How would I do that? I'm fairly new to cfw and i don't know which files to replace 

    I'm not going to get in depth with the Luma updating issue, but  if you followed 3ds.guide, you should have also installed the Luma updater which I believe allows you to downgrade software as well. In terms of deleting unnecessary content, delete 3dsx files you don't use or games that you don't play. 
    Personally, I prefer the air

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