Bricked 3DS?!

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  1. ArviDroid
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    ArviDroid Infamous temper

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    Hi.
    I updated Luma3DS and got to the configuration screen afterwards. I guessed that I had to press save instead of just turning the 3DS off so I did. The screen froze so I turned the 3DS of manually. Now my 3DS has a black screen. None of the alternatives were checked in at Luma. Is that the problem or what could it be? How do I solve this? Please help me. Thanks in advance.
    EDIT: is autoboot SysNAND supposed to be filled in?
     
  2. DavidRO99

    DavidRO99 Average Ryzen user.

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    your back-door
    ...hold select on boot...

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    and yes autoboot sysnand is supposed to be checked
     
  3. ArviDroid
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    I realized how to enter Luma but thanks for clarifying what had to be filled in! You just saved me. Nothing else is supposed to be filled in then? If I remember correclty something else was filled in before it was reseted. Thank you anyway!
     
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  4. DavidRO99

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    your back-door
    1. Use the (A) button and the D-Pad to turn on the following:
      • "Autoboot SysNAND"
      • "Use SysNAND FIRM if booting with R (A9LH)"
      • "Show NAND or user string in System Settings"
      • "Show GBA boot screen in patched AGB_FIRM"
        • This may cause crashes for some injected GBA Virtual Consoles
        • If some games do not work properly, disable this option and try again
    2. If you are using a New 3DS, you should also enable the following:
      • "New 3DS CPU" to "Clock+L2(x)"
        • This will increase the framerate of many games, but may cause instability in others
        • If some games do not work properly, disable this option and try again
    3. Press Start to save and reboot
      • If it freezes, hold the power button until it shuts down
     
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