Help with downgrading Sysnand.

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  1. Jon O'Brien
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    I have A9LH on my N3ds. When I updated Luma3ds I accidentally launched my sysnand and updated it. Is there a way for me to downgrade my sysnand without losing A9LH?
     
  2. TheKingy34

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    Use the sysUpdater cia. Be sure to make a NAND backup just in case!
     
  3. Quantumcat

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    You don't need a downgraded sysNAND. Don't downgrade it, you're just asking for trouble.
    Why not follow the 'move emuNAND' section of the guide, then you don't even have to worry about sysNAND vs. emuNAND.
     
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    Can you link it to me?
     
  5. jacob1223

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    Wouldn't using things like FBI and NTR on sysnand get him banned?
     
  6. Quantumcat

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    No definitely not. 100s or 1000s of people are using a9lh with Luma on sysNAND-only systems, including me :-) That's a major benefit to a9lh. No more stuffing around with emuNAND.
    https://3ds.guide/move-emunand
     
  7. jacob1223

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    What are some of these benefits? you might convince me to do this
     
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    +2GB free space on your SD card.
     
  9. KunoichiZ

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    No need to install GBA/DSi games to both NANDs to make them work on emuNAND. You'll only have to install them once.
     
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    Would you get problems with installing things?
     
  11. Quantumcat

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    If anything you'll have less issues. Having an emuNAND causes complications.
     
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    I haven't had any issues installing anything and I have a9lh sysNAND on 3 consoles.
     
  13. jacob1223

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    And if I was to move my emunand to my Sysnand , and for some strange reason decided to remove arm9, is it easier to do it there or on emunand?
     
  14. KunoichiZ

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    Why would you remove the best hack for your system?
     
  15. jacob1223

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    that is why i said for some strange reason

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

    What is the difference between Safemode9 and Godmode9?
     
  16. KunoichiZ

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    GodMod9 can and will brick your system if you royally mess up.
     
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    Safemode9 does the same thing as Godmode9?
    Which one is better?
     
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    SM9 is more limited, therefore being more brick proof as well.
     
  19. KunoichiZ

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    I'd go with the safer option. What do you need GodMode9 for anyways?
     
  20. jacob1223

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    When i clicked on the download link in the moving emunand to sysnand there was Godmode9 and safemode9.
    You chose safemode9?