Critical Information: My Old Nintendo 3DS XL (USA NES edition) has a sysNAND of 4.2 and an emuNAND of 9.8. I use RXtools to boot into emuNAND and the only game that I play in emuNAND is Pokémon Omega Ruby so that I can use SaveDataFiler (which I installed from a .CIA file) to import and export save data AND extdata to edit on the computer with PKHex and Tinivi’s BVeditor. I originally updated my emuNAND to 9.2 by using the built-in update feature in the system settings while in emuNAND. Problem: Nintendo now REQUIRES (as of last Monday) you to have the latest system version in order to use the friend list and go online in Pokémon Omega Ruby. Naturally, my emuNAND is not the latest system version. Before Nintendo required this, I had no issues going online and using the friend list, but now I am unable to. 3 Questions: · What is the safest way to regularly update my emuNAND to the latest system version without compromising my ability to access emuNAND, use SaveDataFiler, and/or play games like Omega Ruby online in emuNAND? · If something were to go wrong when I update my emuNAND, what steps should I take to restore it assuming that my sysNAND version is not compromised? · Is it possible that my sysNAND version could change when I update emuNAND using your suggested method or is this just an irrational fear of mine? Please be sure to answer all of my questions so that I can regularly play games online in emuNAND safely and without risk. Without being able to regularly update emuNAND, there’s no way I can go online in my games.