Im from the old Emunand days. What is "new" that i should do? (also, Animal Crossing)

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  1. SuperNintendo64
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    Hi

    Ive kinda forgot about my 3ds after the Emunand/Sysnand explosion of earlier this year.

    I saw (the name of) some developments on 3ds hacking, but im really totally out of the loop.

    Now ive just heard that Animal Crossing New Leaf is coming back with new content... and this is interesting to me.

    So:

    - What should i do in terms of hacking to keep my hacked 3ds up to date?
    - Will i be able to access the eshop?
    - What about online play?
     
  2. Petraplexity

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    Get arm9loaderhax and you'll be good forever. If you're too lazy, just update your emuNAND with System Setting like you would normally. Online play and eShop will work fine. Of course, if you're so inclined, piracy is ridiculously easy now. Get freeShop.
    (A9LH guide: https://github.com/Plailect/Guide/wiki )
     
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    PK101 Cuttin' shit up in dis thread.

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    Huehuehue in the zoo.
    If you can get a9lh

    Edit: autocorrect strikes back.
     
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    Is the A9LH process easier if i already have homebrew launcher and Rxtools?

    Also, what happens to Emunand once i install this A9LH?
     
  5. Denny64

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    @SuperNintendo64 You can keep emunand, or since its not needed with A9LH you can delete it and use updated sysnand :)
     
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    If you follow the guide exactly, it will replace your sysNAND with your emuNAND (so you didn't lose all the saves and stuff you have on emuNAND right now). But as @Denny64 said, that's not compulsory at all, you can keep your emuNAND if you like that better.
     
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  7. SuperNintendo64
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    To be fair, there is not too much on my emunand except a few saves.

    There is a way to extract saves, right?
     
  8. Denny64

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    This is a good one :)
     
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