Change RxTools to Luma3DS (i know it's usual, but hear me out)

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  1. frankiekool
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    So, i haven't touched my 3ds in months, last time i used it it was for installing Yokai watch, and i'm using RxTools

    The thing is, the SysNAND (it's the original software right?) it's on 4.5.0 10, and every tutorial i see to change to Luma it's from 9.don't know what, and i don't know what to do :v

    Do i just follow the RxTools to Luma3DS tutorials? or do i have to do something else?

    Sorry guys, i just lost track of the community and now i don't understand anything lol
     
  2. nechigawara

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    Following this guide on your sysNAND: https://github.com/Plailect/Guide/wiki
    You will end up in the same 4.5.0 10FW on the end of step 2 instead of 9.2.0.
    And you can continue the guide without worry anything except you want to continue use emuNAND or merge emuNAND to sysNAND.
     
  3. frankiekool
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    So, the chart on part 1, it says something about a 0 to know if it it has browser or not, do i check that on the SysNAND?, i mean should i choose the software that the sysNAND has right?

    Edit: Need to get this right, 4.5.0−10U doesn't have the browser?
     
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    Yes, everything this guide told you is for sysNAND, not emuNAND created by RxTools.
    And according to those page, 4.5.0−10U have web browser.
    The browser is exist since FW 2.1.0.
     
  5. TheDuckMan64

    TheDuckMan64 Chicken nugget.

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    Yep, the 10 in 4.5.0-10U specifies that you have a browser which is currently on v10. You can start from this section (Part 2), and work your way onwards.