Can I flash my emuNAND_original to sysNAND after installing A9LH?

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  1. Wahrrelasse
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    Wahrrelasse Advanced Member

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    Right now I have menuhax + CFW and wanted to join the A9LH masterrace. All my games are on my emuNAND right now and I want to flash a back up from this state after installing A9LH. Is this a problem or will this work out?
     
  2. James310

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    The point is you install a9lh after flashing emunand to sysnand, not a9lh first, why? Flashing a non-a9lh nand over a a9lh nand overwrites it so just easily flash the emunand first and then install a9lh
     
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  3. mironicurse

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    There is option to NOT delete a9lh while flashing sysnand (in Decrypt9, IIRC)
     
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    Oh really? Good to know
     
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    There is no problem as long as you take the keep A9LH option in Decrypt9 as said above
    Once done you will have to format your SD to remove Emunand, so do a backup of your data first and use Emunand9 to format your card with the no Emunand option
     
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    Iirc hourglass is made for this purpose, as for people saying he should have transfered emunand first, that wouldn't work if he was on 11.0 as he would then be screwed on 11.0 sysnand, he should either use hourglass9 or decrypts9 with the.keep a9lh option
     
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    That's actually the step you're supposed to do after installing a9lh. Use Hourglass9 or Decrypt9's sysnand restore (keep a9lh) to do this.
     
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    Just follow the guide and you WILL have it flashed without extra steps
     
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    Or don't use Decrypt9 for A9LH at all and use the safer Hourglass9
     
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