How to create an emunand to use along with luma a9lh sysnand?

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  1. DualBladedKirito
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    DualBladedKirito The Black Swordsman

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    Is there a way to make an emunand on an already a9lh enabled n3ds? If so how to? Thanks in advance

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  2. Quantumcat

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    Use emuNAND9 as a Luma payload. Can I ask why you want to? The only uses are a) if you want two different regions in the same console or b) to be able to install more than 300 titles (some on either NAND). If you don't want to do either of these then it's really not recommended. It just makes everything harder.
     
  3. AnalogMan

    AnalogMan sumoCheatMenu Dev

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    You can also use it to have a multi-user system.
     
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  4. el_gonz87

    el_gonz87 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Emunand9 works, be sure to use tinyformat or something to unlink the NANDs. I use the EmuNAND to experiment, because it's much easier to restart.
     
  5. Quantumcat

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    True but not really that convenient (having to change Luma settings to switch between sysNAND and emuNAND, and you'd be sharing SD card space and having games installed twice).
     
  6. Redferne

    Redferne GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I though you can boot EmuNAND by pressing a button on boot with Luma, am I wrong?

    The other use I can see is having a "clean" SysNAND where you keep all your legit stuff and the EmuNAND for your "backups".
     
  7. AnalogMan

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    You can either just hold the L button while booting to switch or have multi-emuNANDs booted by holding one of the directional buttons on the D-Pad while booting.
     
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