A9LH & OLD Luma O3DS - Can't access to Recovery Mode

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  1. tivu100
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    Just borrowed a friend's O3DS on 10.9 SYSNAND with A9LH & OLD Luma. It's working fine & not banned as far as I know from what my friend told me. Edit: on Luma 6.6. The official update (not sure what version) was downloaded via Spotpass so I am trying to get into Recovery mode to delete it (holding L+R+A+Up when power on). Any idea?
     
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    ? With "recovery mode" you just "skip system loading" and go straight to update tab in system settings. You can only update via L+R+A+Up. So, what do you mean by "getting into recovery mode to delete it"?
     
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    As far as I know, you can't get banned for this. You can get banned for cheating in game. Otherwise, don't know why does it black screen. Maybe combination of old firmware and new luma? Don't know really. Hope someone else can help you.
     
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    Cheers. People are getting banned left & right the last few days. Some even claimed their clean console getting banned... so I am not taking chance on other' people's property

    I don't think it has something to do with old firmware since this recovery mode is official from Nintendo. I remembered accessing to recovery old luma cfw on different 3ds before just fine.
     
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