1. jorgesd

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    Hi, i just restore my 6.2 clean nand 1 week ago. The thing is that if i want to restore my nand again. do i have to inject hekate right? I dont want hekate to autoboot atmoshpere on my console so i dont have to use the kosmos package right? or the latest hekate just autoboot atmosphere by default? what i want is just to prevent that my new clean nand gets dirty. TY
     
  2. Deleted User

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    It gets dirty as soon as a CFW ran. Means I would restore the NAND and then use emunand or emummc. And in the emunand or emummc delete every wifi connection.
     
  3. jorgesd

    OP jorgesd GBAtemp Regular
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    oh... If i inject hekate will it autoboot into atmosphere? (if i'm using the kosmos package)
     
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    Hold the (-) button down while injecting hekate payload, this will boot into hekate.

    And after a quick Google search it seems you can edit your hekate-ipl.ini to turn autoboot off. I will try this for you and report back.

    *EDIT*

    After changing Autoboot=1 to autoboot=0 it boots right into Hekate with injecting hekate payload. That way you should be safe to boot without risking booting into CFW

    Good luck
     
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  5. jorgesd

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    Many thanks
     
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