How to make A9LH launch redNAND?

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  1. ValconExe
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    I am trying to set up a redNAND, and after a lot of help, emuNAND9 is now working for me. I have Luma3DS installed, and in System Settings, it says that I am on Ver. 9.2, rather than on Sys 9.2 or Emu 9.2, like I was expecting. How to I get A9LH to auto-boot my redNAND (sorry for having so many questions recently).
     
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    Hold Select to boot up the Luma3DS config. And check off Autoboot SysNAND.
     
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    What is your luma config? Are you booting into menuhax + emuNAND? You shoudl clone your emuNAND to sysNAND and then have no need for an emuNAND, and update freely..

    EDIT: Somewhat ninja'd?:ph34r:
     
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    They said they had A9LH... so why would they be using menuhax?? lol...
     
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    "I am trying to set up a redNAND, and after a lot of help, emuNAND9 is now working for me. I have Luma3DS installed, and in System Settings, it says that I am on Ver. 9.2, rather than on Sys 9.2 or Emu 9.2"

    I wasn't sure ><
     
  6. ValconExe
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    It still displays that I loaded into Sys 9.2. That means I'm on SysNAND right now, right? I just realised that, the reason I wanted to keep a NAND on 9.2 was to do something that can still be done on 11.2, so if this means I'm on sysNAND (a of it which I can update safely, etc.), then I'll be happy.
     
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    Sys means SysNAND

    Emu means EmuNAND

    So yes, you're on sysNAND. You can update to latest version if you're on A9LH :)
     
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    OK, thanks!
     
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    Anytime~
     
  10. Alex658

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    Make sure you have a9lh before going onwards. Try booting into Hourglass9 or EmuNAND9 by pressing start or Y at boot (before home menu loads) to prove you're in a9lh SYSNAND.
     
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    Yeah, because of (a lot) of questions I have had recently, I knew I was on A9LH. But thanks!