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Hakchi2 CE ‘Community Edition’ v3.5.0

October 22, 2018 | By Team Sinkansen | Filed in: Hakchi Application Tool.


It’s been a while, but hakchi2 ce 3.5.0 is finally here!

This release brings a bunch of fixes and new features, one of the most notable being the mod hub, a repository system that allows sources other than the mod store to be easily accessed from CE.

The first repository to make use of this new feature is KMFD’s Mod Hub, so no more downloading the hmods manually from the pack just to get one of them that were updated.

Other notable changes is that the PuTTYtel telnet client is included and the Open FTP Client menu item now opens windows explorer by default.

Also included is preliminary support for running in mono on Linux, to run without crashing, ensure you have libusb installed.

Hakchi2 CE ‘Community Edition’ v3.5.0 Download Link

9 comments on “Hakchi2 CE ‘Community Edition’ v3.5.0

  1. James Brown says:

    Hi there, thanks a lot for releasing this new version! You guys rock. One question, if you don’t mind. Since the improvement are mostly for pros, for the rest of us mere peasants, would you say this is somehow a stability update? Like bug fixes and so. Thank you once again!

  2. Ashley says:

    I downloaded the Hakschi application, flashed my NES okay, but I’m confused as to how to add the games? where do they come from? do I need to download them from somewhere?

  3. Gonza92 says:

    Hello I have a question, it is normal that the snes mini U.S.A edition overheating? Thank you.

  4. John says:

    really?.. i now have to restart my pc after install the snes driver? windows 7 32bits

    • DNA64 says:

      Windows often suggests a restart is necessary after installing drivers, however, this is not always true.

  5. N says:

    I just installed the latest version and I’m not being prompted to install the drivers. And every time I try to install a module or flash kernel it gets stuck in a load screen limbo.