I've been reading about how Al9h + Luma3DS should be able to survive updates, but what about if Nintendo was really trying to remove it? I mean, it seems to me like the "arm9loaderhax.bin" on the SD card or NAND will run every start up. What stops Nintendo from modifying these files? I heard about there being write protection to the FIRM, but I haven't heard of anything that stops them from modifying files on the SD card. What if they made something that every shutdown deleted arm9loaderhax.bin (Making you have to plugin the SD card to your computer every time you want to boot up) or even worse, replace it with their own file that could delete all "not acceptable" content on the SD including EmuNAND. Of course we could patch this out, but this would require a patch to be made. Everyone who updated (who may or may not have a recent backup) would lose all of their stuff. (Assuming Nintendo wants to take a Gateway approach to things) Or am I completely wrong and would this not work?