[HELP] Accidently deleted ticket for System Settings

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  1. anup756
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    I was working with tickets in FBI and accidently deleted the ticket for System Settings. Now I don't see an icon on my home menu. How do I bring the System Settings back? I have backup of emunand_original.bin that I created using Plailect guide a while ago and I do have Decrypt9WIP installed in my 3ds.

    I believe I can restore using Decrypt9WIP but do I do Emunand Restore with that file?
     
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    If you deleted it in sysNAND restore the backup to sysNAND, if you deleted it in redNAND restore the backup to redNAND.
    btw when I say redNAND, restore it to your emuNAND if you have that instead of redNAND.
     
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    So how do I know if it is sysNAND or redNAND? Also isn't redNAND same as emuNAND? I remember in System Settings my Firmware version started with Sys 11.1... so does it mean I am in sysNAND?
     
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    You didn't know if you were in sysNAND or redNAND? And yes, redNAND is pretty much the same as emuNAND.
     
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    If you followed plailect's guide, you probably don't even have an emunand anymore. Hold select on boot and see what you have set up to run at boottime.

    You don't have an emunand on your sd if the card doesn't have an unreadable partition.
     
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    All I know is I am booting from SDCard. :) I believe Plailect guide changed at one point to get rid of redNAND and replaced it with emuNAND?
     
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    Try what I said above.
     
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    Do you have A9LH, or do you have menuhax?
     
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    I have A9LH
     
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    Hold "Select" on boot and see if you have autoboot sysNAND enabled, if so, restore the backup to sysNAND.
     
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    Both emunand and a9lh boot from the SD card
     
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    So I have... Luma3DS v5.4 ... and Autoboot is set to SysNAND.. Sysnand is updated (A9LH-only).. Force A9LH detection... Show current NAND in System Settings and Show GBA...

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    so I restore to sysNand then?? Thanks for your help guys.. really appreciate it :)
     
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    So you must have been on sysnand. Hold L on boot to see if you have an emunand. Good to know for the future.
     
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    Then you use sysNAND, restore the backup to sysNAND, MAKE SURE you choose "Restore sysNAND (Keep A9LH)".
     
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    u can't show sysNAND or sys 11.x.x-xx if u deleted the ticket. u'll to redo that or reflash the NAND. u have a NAND backup?
     
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    I'm confused by this. What do you mean "you can't show"? And what do you mean "u'll to redo"?
     
  17. anup756
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    what do you mean? I do have the NAND backup I believe.. I followed Plailect's guide
     
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    I mean if system settings aren't showing up due to deleting its ticket.
     
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    If you don't want to totally lose your current sysnand - you can back it up, restore your nand backup that you still have, dump the ticket that you deleted, restore sysnand, and restore the ticket.
     
  20. godreborn

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    reflash. it takes a few minutes to do, but it's not hard.

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    btw, I think u'll lose installed games from after the backup was made iirc.