Homebrew A9LH to B9S and finalizing setup question

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Very late, but I finally decided to upgrade to B9S. I have a question though: after doing all the steps on the first page of "A9LH to B9S" and going to "finalizing setup" on 3ds.guide (not sure if I need all that, but I want to make sure everything's up-to-date), at Section II it says some stuff about moving over EmuNAND if you had one. I don't know the terminology about 3DS CFW's well, so I have to ask: does this step apply to me? I had a standard A9LH + Luma3DS setup (from the same website, 3ds.guide) and that's the only CFW setup I ever had.
 

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Very late, but I finally decided to upgrade to B9S. I have a question though: after doing all the steps on the first page of "A9LH to B9S" and going to "finalizing setup" on 3ds.guide (not sure if I need all that, but I want to make sure everything's up-to-date), at Section II it says some stuff about moving over EmuNAND if you had one. I don't know the terminology about 3DS CFW's well, so I have to ask: does this step apply to me? I had a standard A9LH + Luma3DS setup (from the same website, 3ds.guide) and that's the only CFW setup I ever had.
If you are unaware of what an EMUnand is. It is pretty safe to say you dont have one and that there is no worries about that.
 
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Turn on the 3DS system and hold (SELECT) to access Luma3DS v7.0.5 configuration.

Is the setting, (x) Autoboot SysNAND , turned on or marked with an (x) like this?

Edit - Okay, that image above may not appear due to how that website prevents relinking. Try seeing this one.
 
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Thanks for the quick replies! I actually get the Luma3DS v10.0.1 configuration (I guess because according to the guide, you use boot.firm from the latest version Luma3DS and only arm9loaderhax.bin from 7.0.5) and it has no "Autoboot SysNAND" option. Of the 6 options it offers, only "Show NAND or user string in System Settings" is marked.

But that also made me realize I completely forgot that System Settings shows what NAND you have (D'OH!), and I can remember it always said "Sys". That combined with lone_wolf's post makes it pretty obvious I can just skip that. I'll have a backup of my SD at its current state anyway, and I read a topic about someone who accidentally skipped it and he could just go back and re-do some things, so in the small case it turns out I did need that part, I guess it won't be a problem.
 
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