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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by nooby89, Jul 21, 2016.
Any tutorial about that ?
I really need to know...
why exactly do you need to?
To help several people by translating it into French.
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But if no tutorial exists about this, it does not matter.
Heard a9lh v1 was better for the nand. All these reports of nand going faulty started with a9lh v2
But a9lh support more payloads.
I've had no problems since going to A9LH v2
really? guess i'm not gonna update then. just for safety.
Well it's not confirmed just some stuff that some other random people on here were trying to piece together ....
Those in the know strictly deny it has anything to do with it.
Me I have just one problem with a payload...
Is there a thread discussing this somewhere? Who is affected? Only people without emunand? Or are SDCards dying because emunand is on them? A link would be appreciated.
I don't have any problem with A9LH v.2 XD It even better than before
What exactly is the difference between v2 and v1? Just bigger payloads?
Yeah, but it better Idk why, A9LH v1 was alway crashing with me (maybe because my crazy rom hack was to much) but with A9LH v2 Idk why, it stopped to crash
you mean "people can't read instructions", because that makes no sense whatsoever.
I'm on some old A9LH version with screeninit. I haven't been keeping too much track of what I need to be on, but it works with Luma3DS so it's okay with me. What's v2 do?
It gives more space for payloads, so CFW in your NAND can be a thing, for example.
Those were always a thing; V2 has nothing to do with it
Faulty NAND's are extremely unlikely and all cases are results of hardware failure unrelated to A9LH. There's also cases where other bits of hardware not related to the NAND fail, causing issues as well.
Don't do that unless you want to brick.
From Aurora github:
If you want to go back to v1 use this version:
Be absolutely sure to use v1 payloads and FIRM or you'll brick.