A9LH uses the NAND chip?

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  1. yacepi15
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    I know that probably this is a noob question but... A9LH can work without a NAND chip? I saw on 3DBrew that the NAND takes 2 seconds to initzialize and the GW A9LH flashes red screens at the moment of pushing the power button.
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  2. julialy

    julialy Homebrewer

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    nope
    3DS requires the NAND to boot
    NAND is also where a9lh is stored
     
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    Not being on the NAND defeats the purpose of ARM9loaderhax.
     
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    Why does it sound like you were going to take the nand chip off your system before asking this?
     
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    Its only curiosity. I have right here my console,with the entire NAND chip xD
    (Yes,i had a broken unit. Now in the trash)
     
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    I throwed to the trash the motherboard,obviously. Anything else is on my shelf...
     
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    Removing NAND = bad

    the more you know
     
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    Can anyone close this thread?
     
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    Yes, a mod. Just report it.
     
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