Hacking Question Create 9.x emuNAND although it doesn't support the FW yet

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Can I use the SX OS bootmenu to create an emuNAND even if SX OS can't boot into it yet?
Would use it already with the KOSMOS/atmos emuMMC functionality.
Or does SX OS even need the keys to create the emuNAND?
I was hoping it's a simple partitioning job without the need for any keys. :P
 

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Can I use the SX OS bootmenu to create an emuNAND even if SX OS can't boot into it yet?
Would use it already with the KOSMOS/atmos emuMMC functionality.
Or does SX OS even need the keys to create the emuNAND?
I was hoping it's a simple partitioning job without the need for any keys. :P
Even though SX OS does support 9.0 now, emuMMC is just a copy of sysMMC so it should be possible.
 

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Even though SX OS does support 9.0 now, emuMMC is just a copy of sysMMC so it should be possible.
Thanks but now that SX OS supports 9.x nonetheless, this question is not longer relevant. :)

But I created it with SX OS before their update came out and everything worked.
I was able to boot into it with AMD and now with the most recent SX OS too.
 
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