This is actually not for myself (my EmuNAND is running fine), but I've been thinking on how to automate this. A lot of users have trouble getting FBI (or similar) installed in SysNAND. PastaCFW is severely outdated now (no Ninjhax 2.x support, f.e.) and newer CFWs simply don't allow running *hax with the needed permissions. I think firmlaunchhax is to blame. So, the only method without rxTools right now would be this: Install Ninjhax 1.1 (need Cubic Ninja and have to be on or below 9.2). Get PastaCFW (an older version without firmlaunchhax) from somewhere, run it via Ninjhax. Now, run Ninjhax again, install FBI. Reboot, install Gateway into you Ninjhax save. Use Gateway menu to format emunand Do anything wrong, and you have to repeat several steps all over again. Also, if you already started setting up your EmuNAND and only then recognize theres something crucial missing - your fault, back to step #1. Why not use rxTools, you ask? Many people simply don't trust rxTools anymore by now. Using that method (installing over health and safety via rxTools) involves at least one failed attempt everytime and for many it doesn't seem to work at all. What I could think of right now (and that would be a solution for SysNAND only) would be a special launcher for FBI that would also patch sigs. Or, recreating rxTools dev mode in ReiNAND. Btw, re rxTools - I don't want to offend anyone, of course. A lot of talented devs do work and have worked on rxTools, but over time the thing just got to bloated for its own good.