Do system updates on emuNAND burn e-fuses?

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To elaborate further, the stock bootloader of the console is what burns fuses. This is when it detects a firmware higher than the current fuse count. Thanks to the Fusee Gelee exploit, we can bypass this bootloader since the exploit is triggered before the stock bootloader is launched. And with our wide array of custom bootloaders (e.g. Hekate, fusee, SX OS, ReiNX), they now all have the capability of bypassing the fuse check. And as stated above, since you cannot boot into emuMMC without a custom bootloader, it is theoretically impossible to burn fuses when running a firmware higher than the fuse count with emuMMC. I say theoretically because if someone were to retroactively reimplement the fuse check with any custom bootloader, you could still burn fuses hypothetically speaking.
 

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