I have decided to do some of my own research, and I'll update this post when it becomes relevant. For the crew member, you forgot the two letters after the Store N° which is for age. So in the provided picture, "OL5937" is 20 years old as of their registration. Also as far as the "registration number" goes, I'm sure it is the "serial number" in which McDonald's would send you from the game cart's serial number that then could be used to register a manager account using the last option of the main menu if all the information is correct. If there is any visible six-digit characters anywhere on the cart, if impressed on the front label that can only be seen under light or imprinted on the back, send it over and I'll try it. Or you can do so yourself on a wiped save via emulator (preferably) to verify, the process of the last option goes Store N° > Game Cart Serial N° > "Extra N°".Crew member have store N° attached to them
so you can read STORE N° > LOGIN > PASSWORD (6 consecutive characters)
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for the manager, he has an extra number. i think it's the registration number delivered by Mcdonald's website, attached to MAC address but is not used anymore.
so you can read LOGIN > PASSWORD > STORE N° > EXTRA N°
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You can, but you can also put any ID for the first part of the login and transition to the password stage. Doesn't mean what you put in was correct for it to do anything in helping you transition to the actual menu itself. Since the process is unable to proceed when the correct Store N° and "Extra N°" are given, it shouldn't be difficult to infer the only numbers we don't have which is the serial is somehow linked to that "Extra N°". And it also shouldn't be difficult to assume that a serial number is printed somewhere on the cartridge to compliment the "Extra N°" which could've been given through McDonalds directly or through a set up proxy (from the stories I heard could be the latter) to disallow unsolicited registrations.you can put any number for the game cart serial.
This should be in case you are using the same account with multiple cartridges.
A trace must have appeared on the manager's intranet.
Yeah, it forces you to create a manager registration via the third option if there is no save file. Which I've already made brief mention of including the information it needs to proceed. Try taking a look inside of your nds-bootstrap.ini and if "NDS_PATH" is listed as the eCDP NDS, see also if there's a "SAV_PATH" and if it in anyway differs from the save file you placed inside already (in which case rename the save file as so). Else if it isn't specified at all, create a line for the "SAV_PATH" and use the "NDS_PATH" as a structure in routing it towards the right direction.I get these 2 error messages to from the first two options when I try tapping on them... I can't read japanese, so I'm not sure what these two error messages mean. I'm not sure if it's because the .SAV from Nick Robinson's dump isn't loading but I am using the NDS bootstrap cfw plugin on the 2ds xl.
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The third option works though, it asks for a 6 digit code twice first (numbers only) and then a 6 digit password (with numbers and letters) the third time. Idk why this is happening since I placed the .sav file exactly where it's supposed to be, within the same directory as the .nds file, it's the way the nds bootstrap loads it by default.
Is there any way to log in through the third option? Thanks in advance. Congrats to you Coddy and Nick's journey on this.