How to transfer B9S to CTRNAND

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  1. Teslas Fate
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    I was wondering how to do it because I seen someone post in a thread about it and was wanting to know if and how its possible
     
  2. wormdood

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    i dont know what you mean b9s is an exploit that installs to ctrnand period
     
  3. Zyvyn

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    B9s is your bootloader its already installed in a Boot partition
     
  4. Teslas Fate
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    Sorry meant luma cfw

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    The bolded sentence is what I'm talking about
     
  5. NFates

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    FBI > SD > boot.firm > Copy > (go back to the main FBI menu) > CTRNAND > "current directory" > Paste.

    That or use the Setup CTRNand script from Plailect's guide.
     
  6. Teslas Fate
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    I did the second option does that mean I can delete the luma folder off my sd card
     
  7. NFates

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    You can, but it's way more comfortable if you have it on your SD card. I don't see why you would delete it.
     
  8. Teslas Fate
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    why would it be more comfortable
     
  9. NFates

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    You'd have your payloads and crash dumps on an external drive rather than on the NAND. Easier to manage.
     
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