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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by ThePanchamBros, Apr 17, 2016.
I used a Gateway Emunand backup I had and renamed it but I also had my previous OTP dump and just started on step 5.
I took the risk because I have a NAND mod so just follow te tut word for word, don't deviate or improvise to save time.
From Plailect's guide:
Well there you go
EmuNAND9 isn't a cfw?
I used a Gateway emuNAND and started on step 5. Just progress as if you're using RedNAND.
ok, so can I skip step 3 if I already have emunand set up?
If I remember right, yes. I read everything to be safe, but don't think I did anything until step 5. But be sure to back up both NANDs.
Neither is emuNAND. Same can be said for redNAND. There seem to be a lot of people here who for some reason think that emuNAND = CFW. This is completely wrong.
To OP: You don't need redNAND. If you have a N3DS, you could save a good amount of space you use to dump but it's not necessary.
To clarify a little further: an emuNAND is a clone of your sysNAND but installed on an SD-card. A CFW can boot into emuNAND or sysNAND depending on your choice.
ikr, some people don't get that emunand isn't a cfw