Boot9strap Installed...Still Use EmuNAND?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Lordsble, Jun 7, 2017.

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Did you ditch your EmuNAND?

  1. Yes

    66.7%
  2. No

    33.3%
  3. Can't Decide

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  1. Lordsble
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    Lordsble Pokémon Trainer

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    Well, I'm sorta stuck again.

    I'm using this guide, https://3ds.guide/finalizing-setup, and I got to the point when it suggested I copy my 11.4 EmuNAND to my new SysNAND CFW. And I really don't know if I wanna risk the safety of having a 9.2 SysNAND and 11.4 EmuNAND. If I decide not to, can I do it later when I change my mind? And I wanna know if you made the change, and if so, is it worth it?
     
  2. PagaN

    PagaN GBAtemp Regular

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    sysNAND 9.2+boot9strap+emuNAND 11.4
    best combo.
     
  3. Byokugen

    Byokugen Unit_01

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    Just a bit to the right, or was left...
    Well my o3ds is running 9.2sys + 11.3 rxtools
    N3ds b9s + luma 8.0
     
  4. Lia

    Lia bohemian rhapsody

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    If you want your SysNAND on a hackable firmware, why don't you just keep it on 11.3? 11.3 has an arm9 exploit too y'know.
     
  5. Pyra

    Pyra do we have an official quilava mascot yet?

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    It's worth the change. All of the extra safety that came with running an EmuNAND is pretty much there with SysNAND nowadays. If something happens to your SysNAND, if you have a backup, you can just restore it using a B9S payload, like Godmode9.

    I used to have one kinda, but I had an 11.2 SysNAND and an 11.4 EmuNAND, so it wasn't exactly the same. In the end, I would say it really wasn't worth keeping, tbh.

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    Edit: You can make an EmuNAND after you're done with the guide still, if you want. It's your choice.
     
    Last edited by Pyra, Jun 7, 2017