Nintendo 3DS System Update Question

#1plagamesforevaPosted 8/20/2011 7:09:32 PM
I recently purchased a Nintendo 3DS and I checked the System Update and it is;
1.1.0-0U. The thing IS, on Nintendo's website it has a listing of these System Updates:
Ver 1.0.0-0U / Ver 1.1.0-1U / Ver 2.0.0-2U / 2.1.0-3U / 2.1.0-4U.

So how come Nintendo does not have 1.1.0-0U listed on their website? Did they make a mistake on their official website and what is listed as their Default System Update (1.0.0.-0U), should be 1.1.0-0U ?
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#2LordAndrewPosted 8/20/2011 7:18:01 PM(edited)
Where is this section on the website? If it is a list of updates, then it's absent because it's not an update. 0U = update 0, the original system software before update 1.
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#3plagamesforeva(Topic Creator)Posted 8/21/2011 7:45:04 AM
Here is the link: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/3ds/en_na/update.jsp

It states that the Default System Menu Nintendo 3DS Menu is Ver 1.0.0-0U.
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#4PokeMasterPosted 8/21/2011 7:58:33 AM(edited)
there was one update before the EU and US 3DSes were on sale.

i'll try see if i can find the version number.

edit; yea

1.1.0-1J, -0J are basically the same. the 0J would be the March 2nd update, then the 0-1J would've been the first update after the US 3DS went on sale. (Second for Japan)

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/netinfo/3ds/JPN/changelog_ja.html
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#5plagamesforeva(Topic Creator)Posted 8/21/2011 8:18:13 AM
System and Feature Updates
Description:


This page lists details for all system updates that have been released for Nintendo 3DS. This includes when the update was made available and a brief description of the updates included.
The most recent Nintendo 3DS system update should include all of the system enhancements provided in previous updates.
Enhancements to specific features may require you to re-download that feature again to access the updated version.



Latest System Update and System Feature Update:


July 25, 2011
Nintendo 3DS Menu 2.1.0-4U
Included in this update:


System stability improvements and other adjustments
Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.

Your Nintendo 3DS system and software are not designed for use with any unauthorized device and/or any unauthorized software. Please note that the Nintendo warranties do not cover any defects to or defects caused by unauthorized devices, software, modifications and/or non-licensed accessories. Furthermore such use may lead to injury to yourself or others and may cause performance issues and/or damage to your Nintendo 3DS system and related services. Nintendo (as well as Nintendo licensees or distributors) is not responsible for any damage or loss caused by the use of such devices, software, modifications or non-licensed accessories. IMPORTANT: After the Nintendo 3DS system is updated, any existing or future unauthorized technical modification of the hardware or software of your Nintendo 3DS system, or the use of an unauthorized device in connection with your system, may render the system permanently unplayable. Content deriving from the unauthorized modification of the hardware or software of your Nintendo 3DS system may be removed. Failure to accept the update may render games unplayable.



Previous Nintendo 3DS System Updates and System Feature Updates:


June 15, 2011
Nintendo 3DS Menu 2.1.0-3U
Included in this update:


Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments to enhance user experience


A correction for the screen freeze symptom experienced in the Ridge Racer 3D game


You can receive automatic updates when a wireless internet connection is available. When the download is complete, you will receive a dialog on the HOME Menu detailing the steps to install the update


June 6, 2011
Nintendo 3DS Menu Ver 2.0.0-2U
Important Notice to Customers Who Have Ridge Racer 3D

New applications and functions included in this update are:


Nintendo eShop


Internet Browser


Transfer functionality to move DSiWare™ from Nintendo DSi™/Nintendo DSi XL™ systems to the Nintendo 3DS™ system


Automatic system updates


Improvement of system stability and user experience


Removal of limited time offer 3D video "White Knuckles" by OK Go


March 24, 2011
Nintendo 3DS Menu Ver 1.1.0-1U

Limited time offer 3D video "White Knuckles" by OK Go


System stability improvements


SpotPass™ upgrade


Enhanced network connection functionality


Default System Menu
Nintendo 3DS Menu, Ver 1.0.0-0U

This is the default menu version included with every Nintendo 3DS at system launch. It is highly recommended that owners of Nintendo 3DS systems perform the latest system update (How to) to get the latest system version.
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#6LordAndrewPosted 8/21/2011 8:57:23 AM
Oh, you said 1.1.0-0U. That shouldn't even be possible. 0U means the original system software, never updated, and should therefore be 1.0.0.

Unless they've been preinstalling 1.1.0 as 0U to allow upgrading to the 1U version of 1.1.0. But why would they do that? The system software would be unchanged after that update because it's still the same version.
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#7LordAndrewPosted 8/21/2011 9:05:58 AM
Hm. A quick Google search suggests 1.1.0-0U may have indeed been the first version in North America, perhaps because of what PokeMaster said. Might be a mistake on Nintendo's site. So if the default is 1.1.0-0U, why is the first update 1.1.0-1U? The only thing that changes there is the update number. Is that another mistake on the website, or the actual version number?

I might look into this further, I might not. Anyone else care to investigate this pointlessly?
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#8PokeMasterPosted 8/21/2011 10:11:21 AM(edited)
LordAndrew posted...
Hm. A quick Google search suggests 1.1.0-0U may have indeed been the first version in North America, perhaps because of what PokeMaster said. Might be a mistake on Nintendo's site. So if the default is 1.1.0-0U, why is the first update 1.1.0-1U? The only thing that changes there is the update number. Is that another mistake on the website, or the actual version number?

I might look into this further, I might not. Anyone else care to investigate this pointlessly?


The original FW is 1.0.0

The first update was 1.1.0 on march 2nd (before the 3DS was released in US/EU) but was available for all regions at the time of release. (Nintendo reps, etc already has 3DSes for their regions)

It just fixed some things with nintendo zone connectivity, and for all intents and purposes, i believe it's not listed on the US site because it was released before the official US sale date, so the update would be meaningless for most people.

Either that or batch one of the 3DS had 1.0.0, and the ones after the first update came with 1.1.0 preinstalled.
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#9Nin3DSFanPosted 8/21/2011 11:19:43 AM
1.0.0-0 -- February 26 (Japan), March 25 (Europe), March 27 (US), March 31 (Australia), was the initial release

1.1.0-1 -- March 2 (Japan), March 25 (Europe), March 27 (US), March 31 (Australia), was the first update that included system stability improvements, extended data reception ability, and that 3D video

2.0.0-2 -- June 6 (US), June 7 (Europe, Japan and Australia), was the second update, that added the eShop, DSi software transfer, Internet Browser, updated the camera, removed the 3D video, disabled the "Sleep Mode" button upon pressing the power button, added SpotPass functionality in Sleep Mode, and added a bug in Ridge Racer 3D.

2.1.0-3 -- June 15 (US and Europe), June 16 (Japan and Australia), fixed the Ridge Racer 3D bug, improved overall system stability and other minor adjustments, and enabled the ability to automatically update when a wireless internet connection is available.

2.1.0-4 -- July 25 (Europe), July 26 (Japan, US and Australia), was just a general update that improved system stability and other minor adjustments.

ALL 3DS's launched with version 1.0.0-0, however, at that time they were all released in the four main regions, while they launched with 1.0.0-0, the first update was already available.

The U and the end of the version means "US", for Europe it says "E", e.g. "2.1.0-4E", and for Japan it's "J".
#10plagamesforeva(Topic Creator)Posted 8/21/2011 2:28:17 PM
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So you're saying all N3DS systems have been shipped with the ver. of 1.0.0-0U, correct. But again, my ver. is 1.1.0-0U

Is 1.0.0-0U the same as 1.1.0-0U? Oh, and I know that the U stands for United States.

Thanks though, for typing all that out. This is a nice trival. Lol....

BTW
So far, I have not made one single update.
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