Emunand Bricked

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  1. Schrax
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    Schrax Advanced Member

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    I bricked my emunand when I tried to downgrade my EmuNand.

    I can access SysNand,
    I can access Homebrew Launcher,
    I can't access Decrypt9 (when I launch it a red screen appears, then a black, then a red, then it returns to the homebrew laucher),
    I have a backup of my EmuNand,
    I have not any backup of my sysnand,
    I have a9lh installed.

    Help please.
     
  2. gordon elcock

    gordon elcock GBAtemp Regular

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    Do you have a9lh boot to hourglass and restore from there
     
  3. Schrax
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    Schrax Advanced Member

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    What is hourglass? Sorry I'm french and I do not understand what you said
     
  4. Aletron9000

    Aletron9000 3DS Master

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    3DS ARM9 CPU
    it allows you to do a NAND restore on emunand or sysnand.
     
  5. Schrax
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    Schrax Advanced Member

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    how can I do that?
     
  6. Aletron9000

    Aletron9000 3DS Master

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    are you using Luma3DS to boot on a9lh?
     
  7. Schrax
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    Yes
     
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    Aletron9000 3DS Master

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    go to this website

    https://github.com/d0k3/Hourglass9/releases

    download the newest version.
    There should be a Hourglass9.bin file. Move that to your /luma/payloads folder on your sd card.
    if the payloads folder doesn't exist, just create one.

    name the Hourglass9 file x_Hourglass9.bin

    turn on your system and hold down x. it will load Hourglass9 to allow a NAND restore.
    you can then restore an emunand backup
     
    Last edited by Aletron9000, Oct 2, 2016
  9. Schrax
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    Thanks a lot! I'll try this later cause I can't do it right now.