Booting into SystemNAND from EmuNAND?

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  1. Cali_terpz
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    Just like the title says, how do I boot back to System NAND from EmuNAND with luma, without turning off the system. If I'm on System Nand and hold "L" while closing "System Settings" it will boot into EmuNAND. But when I'm on EmuNAND and close "System Settings" without holding "L" it boots back into EmuNAND and not System NAND.
     
  2. smileyhead

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    You can't boot into another system without rebooting. Also, when you exit System Settings, the console reboots automatically, because it can't apply the settings otherwise.
     
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    You can only boot back into your sysNAND by rebooting the system. There's no other ways around this.
     
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    Thanks for responding and I understand that I have to reboot. What I cant figure out is why doesn't EmuNAND boot back into System NAND when I close "system settings". In luma settings I have "automatically boot SystemNAND" checked.

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    Is there another way of rebooting so that it boots into System NAND again.
     
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    IIRC, Luma3DS added an auto-recovery for emuNANDs back in the day for the system to soft-reboot back into the emuNAND when using menuHAX
     
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    Press A when you exit the settings app then you should be in system nand without rebooting.
     
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    Thank you so much! It worked!