Is there a way to boot ThemeHax with linked NANDs?

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  1. ShadowOne333
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    And if so... How can it be done?
    I really want to avoid unlinking my NANDs.
    I don't like having a shit-ton of numbered folders for each NAND that's been formatted.
     
  2. Zidapi

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    Doesn't the issue (emuNAND crashing) only occur if you're attempting to autoboot?

    If you use the regular version (hold L to boot cfw/hbl) it should work fine, right? At least I hope this is the case, I'm yet to set mine up and my NANDs are also linked.
     
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    it still used the payload on A other homemenu version, which will let it crash. It could be possible to get it work if you set if theme shuffling on emunand and a normal theme on sysnand, but the installer have to be modified for this. But I haven't got it work yesterday, maybe I will have more luck today.
     
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    You can have linked nands but it depends on which you choose. The normal themehax where you hold L trigger to launch or the stevice build where you don't hold any buttons.

    So for example I was using the stevice build. So with autoboot with rxtools, once you see the top rxtool splash screen (lasts less than a second) you would hold ANY button to go into emunand. The reason for holding a button is that that build says if a button is pressed than load the home menu in this case emunand.

    If you don't hold a button after the rxtools splash screen then it will reload the payload which will then freeze.
     
  5. RednaxelaNnamtra

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    For me it crashes every time I try to boot the emunand with the normal L Press payload.(9.0.0 Sys, 9.5.0 Emu)
    This is why I try to use the theme shuffe workaround.
     
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    I guess it doesnt work with linked nands.
    Sorry but if you want this to work you have to unlink the nands and it will work.
     
  7. ShadowOne333
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    Can someone please explain what is that Theme Shuffle for linked NANDs?