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Hello!

I managed to change the FW Version label that is displayed when you go to System Settings. This custom label doesn't change even after a full system update. I totally forgot which app is used to edit this label. Could you please advice how to change it back? Thanks!

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Show NAND or user string in System Settings: Replaces Ver. in the System Settings version string with NAND type or a custom user-set string.

  • The default strings shown are:
    • Sys: SysNAND booted with with its own FIRM,
    • Emu: first EmuNAND booted with its own FIRM,
    • EmuX (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): EmuNAND X booted with its own FIRM,
    • SysE: SysNAND booted with the first EmuNAND's FIRM,
    • SyEX: (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): SysNAND booted with EmuNAND X's FIRM,
    • EmuS: first EmuNAND booted with the SysNAND FIRM,
    • EmXS (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): EmuNAND X booted with the SysNAND FIRM.
  • You can set a custom string for each NAND type (maximum 19 characters!); to do so, place customversion_NANDtype.txt in /luma; the proper file names are:
    • customversion_sys.txt: SysNAND
    • customversion_emu.txt: EmuNAND 1
    • customversion_emu2.txt: EmuNAND 2
    • customversion_emu3.txt: EmuNAND 3
    • customversion_emu4.txt: EmuNAND 4
 

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Show NAND or user string in System Settings: Replaces Ver. in the System Settings version string with NAND type or a custom user-set string.

  • The default strings shown are:
    • Sys: SysNAND booted with with its own FIRM,
    • Emu: first EmuNAND booted with its own FIRM,
    • EmuX (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): EmuNAND X booted with its own FIRM,
    • SysE: SysNAND booted with the first EmuNAND's FIRM,
    • SyEX: (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): SysNAND booted with EmuNAND X's FIRM,
    • EmuS: first EmuNAND booted with the SysNAND FIRM,
    • EmXS (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): EmuNAND X booted with the SysNAND FIRM.
  • You can set a custom string for each NAND type (maximum 19 characters!); to do so, place customversion_NANDtype.txt in /luma; the proper file names are:
    • customversion_sys.txt: SysNAND
    • customversion_emu.txt: EmuNAND 1
    • customversion_emu2.txt: EmuNAND 2
    • customversion_emu3.txt: EmuNAND 3
    • customversion_emu4.txt: EmuNAND 4
Hello 98otiss,

Even reading the Luma Wiki wasn't clear to me how to change that! Thanks a lot for the explanation I did have a customversion_sys.txt file in luma.
You are the man!

Thanks a lot for the explanation.

Reagrds,

jvcastel
 
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Hello 98otiss,

Even reading the Luma Wiki wasn't clear to me how to change that! Thanks a lot for the explanation I did have a customversion_sys.txt file in luma.
You are the man!

Thanks a lot for the explanation.

Reagrds,

jvcastel
make a customversion_sys.txt in /luma/ and put anything in there as along as it doesnt go over 39 characters
 

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