Arm9 Semi-Brick???

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  1. HentaiHedghog
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    Ok so I recently followed the Arm9Hax tutorial and successfully installed it to my 3ds, but then when I wanted to access my SysNAND I realized I can't because it just goes to a black screen. Is there any payload or other method to access the SysNAND or EmuNAND?
     
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    You need to install a custom firmware that supports A9LH, like AuReinand. It has its own arm9loaderhax.bin,
    which you can just replace and then it should boot emuNand (and sysNand if you press L or R)
     
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    Use AuReiNand, it autoboots into emunand, to access sysnand all you have to do is hold L at startup!
     
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    I will try this and report how it goes...

    Can I have a exact link to a AuReiNAND payload that works. I am having troubles finding that as well.
     
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    Omg. I think that you do not have a SysNAND, or you have a bricked SysNAND!
    Do you have a working sysnand.bin backup? If so laucnch Decrypt9 and restore it, then reinstall Arm9loaderhax.3dsx
     
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    How do you expect me to do that???
     
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    do you have the firmware90.bin in the rei folder?
     
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    No I didn't. I am doing that process now. On my SD I have to create \rei\firmware90.bin or put it on the root?
     
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    Put it in /rei/
     
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    go to the github and download the firms.zip their should be a link in the Readme for it, youll find it in the a9hl folder in the zip after that you should be able to boot into sysNand
     
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    Thanks All Of You! :)

    I successfully got my SysNAND running. I am gonna do a NAND backup so I can re-do my ARM9Hax from the tutorial I need. Thanks Again!
     
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    Glad you got it running :D
     
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    I think your suppose to do a nand backup before you to the A9LH thing, doing it now is pointless since you already tampered your sysnand
     
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    Right sorry I meant NAND restore.

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    I am having some issues. I decided to not restore my NAND so how do I coldboot my EmuNAND? I have all the correct folder, but only SysNAND can load. (I have a EmuNAND)
     
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    Seriously 3 threads today about the same thing :rofl2: How haven't these people not bricked there 3ds downgrading to get their otp's
     
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    Oh please I think for my age I am a very smart person in hardware and software, but when has everything been really easy? I am sure even the most experienced and advanced users could've had troubles with very small or big things.