I think I screwed up?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by gaseoso, Apr 28, 2017.

  1. gaseoso
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    gaseoso Member

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    Hi there.

    I'm a noob at 3DS hacking, so I wanted to know if this is normal.. I used Luma Updater yesterday because it said there was a new version of Luma3DS available. So I went ahead and said I wanted to update, but once the system rebboted everything was gone. All my installed CIAs, even my theme and my mii. I even checked the System Settings to see if something had changed, and the original region of my console was restored too, since it was originally a Europe console and I had changed it to America, but it's now back at Europe.

    What can I do? I don't want to lose everything I had, since I had a lot of games.

    This is an Old 3DS 9.2.0-20E, and I know it's not booting into SYSNAND since it says it right there in the System Settings.
     
  2. Ryccardo

    Ryccardo WiiUaboo

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    Sounds exactly like you still had an emunand, and after updating Luma (which required reconfiguring it) you didn't enable "autoboot sysnand" indeed, so it defaulted to emunand!

    Do you even have A9LH installed? If the answer is yes, consider moving your emunand to sysnand and getting rid of it...
     
  3. gaseoso
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    gaseoso Member

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    Yes, I have A9LH installed and updated, but how do I do what you say? Is there an option to move emunand? Also, is Luma not emunand? I'm super confused about this.
     
  4. Quantumcat

    Quantumcat Dead and alive

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    Hold Select on boot up. If "Autoboot sysNAND" is ticked, untick it. If it is not ticked, then tick it.

    You can keep going like this, but if you want to free up 1-2GB of space from your SD card do the following:

    If you had to untick "Autoboot sysNAND" then follow the "Move emuNAND" section of the guide.

    If you had to tick it, also follow it, but ONLY the section about removing it from your SD card, do not flash your emuNAND backup to your sysNAND (or else your system will be permanently like it was -losing all your installed games etc).
     
  5. gaseoso
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    gaseoso Member

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    OH MY GOD, Thank you so much!!

    This fixed it.
     
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