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1. Posted: Fri 25th Oct 2013 05:00 BST
For the 1st time since the last system update, my battery died. I took it out of my pocket, noticed the lights were flashing red, & pressed the power button. Instead of seeing the power off / sleep mode screen, the screens went blank & then I pressed the power button. It did nothing, so I spammed it, & after about 10 seconds it turned off. I turned it on again to make sure nothing was terribly wrong, but the system blacked out after that, meaning there wasn't a bit of power left. The last of the power must've been used shutting the system down. When I got home from school & charged it, everything was the same, except one thing. All the DSi apps in the folders were removed from them & spread in the Home Menu in a vaguely random order: chunks were in the order they were in & mixed up. This made putting them back annoying, but not as hard as it could've been. I also wonder what would happen if I didn't have enough slots available in my 3DS Home Menu. It's a minor glitch, but it should be fixed. Anyone else noticed this?
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2. Posted: Fri 25th Oct 2013 07:22 BST
That has always happened. Usually when the 3DS dies.
Not sure why though.
Back to the basics.
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3. Posted: Sun 27th Oct 2013 01:20 BST
Yup. Apparently, DSi software are really eager to get out of those folders, and will do so at their first opportunity (which for some reason is when the battery runs out).
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