Does the A9lh guide still work after the new firmware coem out?

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  1. Xellos2099
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    I got a question. A week ago I convert both ym o3ds and n3ds into a9lh sys nand and now a friend of mien want me to do his. With the fw 11 coem out is the guide still valid? I ask because I remember there was an portion where i am suppose to update the emunand to the newest firmware and downgrade the emunand to 2.1 and I heard the fw 11 made downgrade impossible, even if it is emunand.
     
  2. MrFlooD

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    Yup still works. Just spent the night going from Menuhax-EmuNand 11.0.03 3DS to A9LH

    - Dont use reinand as the CFW when downgrading (I just used Luma3DS)
    - Make sure you put the Firmware.bin file into the Luma folder
     
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  3. MattKimura

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    Yup should work
     
  4. Xellos2099
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    ok so the one click setup from newest firm to 2.1 still work? Then what is this fw 11 prevent downgrade i hear about
     
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    Just follow the guide. Tons of steps to complete before you can "One Click Downgrade" - Complete process took me 2-3 hours.
     
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    I know i hack mine before but want to made sure it satill work before i start hackign the system that's noit mine
     
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    Like I said, just follow the guide and it works fine. I went from Emunad 11.0.0.33 to 2.1 with no issues. (Other than having to use Luma3DS vs RieNand which was by previous goto)
     
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    If the system is on the latest you won't be downgradeing with the current public tool set. The downgrade of emunand from the guide will work as the system is already exploited. You get me?
     
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    I take it some dumbass updated the system to 11?
     
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    I found out that only the mirror on google drive has all the files for the down grade.....so the question I just asked is no longer needed.
     
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    Can you explain this part in a bit more detail? Plailect guide still tell you to use Red nand in the guide
     
  12. Redirr

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    I did yesterday for a friend.

    Downgrade from 9.9 to 9.2 ( twice )
    Setup emunand with luma3ds 5.4 package provide by yakara ( youtuber ).
    Updated offline from 9.2 to 11.0 with files provide by him also.

    Backup both sys and emu.
    Downgrade emunand.

    Etc etc.

    Everything works likr a charm
     
  13. Ziefer846

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    Still works. Make sure you have the firmware file in the Luma folder.

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    RedNAND and emuNAND are essentially the same thing. You can, if you want to, use your emuNAND, instead of going through the steps of creating a redNAND. I would recommend that you start from scratch (part 1) and follow the guide's steps religiously.
     
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