A problem trying to install A9LH

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  1. LordDynom
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    o/ gbatemp,

    I'm using Plailect's guide on installing A9LH.
    I already have a 9.2 sysNand and 1.7 emuNand with RxTools.
    Right now I'm trying to launch Decrypt9 and OTPHelper. The problem is that when I try to launch any form of homebrew, it just kicks me back into homebrew menu without any warning.

    I used to run ctrBootManager and then any form of homebrew kicked me back to the boot manager. After I swapped the ctr boot.3dsx with the hbl boot.3dsx, it just keeps kicking me back into homebrew menu.

    I have already tried to edit the payload and point it to another boot.3dsx, but the only ended up in a crash or the same result.

    Does anyone have any idea on how to fix this?
     
  2. Purge

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    Use cakes instead. That should fix it
     
  3. LordDynom
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    LordDynom Newbie

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    I can just use that over RxTools right?
     
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    I don't know why but Plailect changed the guide from emuNand to redNand.
    This doesn't make a difference, correct?
     
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    There's no difference
     
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    RedNAND always uses the smallest NAND size, which means you will save a ton of space considering how many backups the guide tells you to make
     
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    So, I've installed CakesFW, and it still doesn't seem to work. Everytime I launch a homebrew app it just kicks me back into the homebrew menu.