A9LH Not Booting into Emunand on New 3DS

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  1. SuperJosh64
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    Hi I have a New 3ds xl with the luma a9lh and it won't load emunand, only sysnand. This only happend after I accedentally formatted my micro sd card. I put a backup of the files back on my sd card but it still says "sys" in system setting. also I'm also on ofw 9.2
     
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    this is because your emunand was stored on a partition, now that your sd card was formatted you have only restored the files to your fat32 partition.

    Unless you have a backup (eg emunand.bin), your emunand was lost.
     
  3. SuperJosh64
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    How can i recover my emunand if i have the emunand.bin
     
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    you will have to create a partition on your sd card if you don't have one (this will require formatting your sd card). Then you can just restore it using hourglass9.
     
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    Tbh, you don't need Emunand now (optional and just takes up space). Sysnand (luma) will suffice.
     
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    If you don't care about your current sysnand or setting up an emunand, do what retrofan_k suggested and restore your emunand to sysnand.
     
  7. tomx86

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    Check this guide:
     
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    Since someone has already created a topic like this XD
    with A9LH the Emunand delay to boot too or the boot is fast as in Sysnand?
     
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    Please don't post youtube guides here, they are outdated quickly and only confuse people.
     
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    I thought updating and staying on sysnand is unsafe
     
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    on a9lh with luma you have brick protection and native_firm protection, so it's completely safe to update and stay on sysnand.
     
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    Thank you all for your help. I got it worked out thanks
     
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    I just wanted him to watch the restoring "emuNAND to sysNAND" and that's still the same in any A9LH guide.
     
  14. ScarletDreamz

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    Still, posting videos to a guide its not the best idea here.
     
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    Ok Daaad... I'm sorry, gosh:lol:
     
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