Homebrew RELEASE Lockpick RCM v1.8.0 - 9.1.0 and master_key_0a support

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Last update, Lockpick RCM v1.8.0 - 9.1.0 and master_key_0a support

Lockpick_RCM now supports firmware 9.1.0. Like in update 9.0.0, the root keys didn't change and so consoles on any version from 8.1.0-9.1.0 will dump all current keys.
Minerva should be updated on SD to use its performance benefits. If the old library is present, Minerva will not activate.
Also corrected bug where SD seed verification vector was being read from sysnand even when dumping keys from emunand.

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https://github.com/shchmue/Lockpick_RCM/releases

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For SX emuNAND use "hekate 5.1.0" like this:
1. Copy "Lockpick_RCM.bin" to "SDroot/bootloader/payloads/"
2. Lunch hekate in RCM, go to "emuMMC", click on "Migrate emuMMC", and click continue.
3. Mount the switch microSD card to your pc, and create "Emutendo" folder.
4. Move everything from "SDroot/emuMMC/ER00/Nintendo/" to "Emutendo".
5. Copy "raw_based" file from "SDroot/emuMMC/ER00/" to "Emutendo".
6. Edit the "emummc.ini" file in "SDroot/emuMMC/":
from:
[emummc]
enabled=1
sector=0x2
path=emuMMC/ER00
id=0x0000
nintendo_path=emuMMC/ER00/Nintendo

to:
[emummc]
enabled=1
sector=0x2
path=Emutendo
id=0x0000
nintendo_path=Emutendo

7. Put the microSD card back to the console, and run hekate in RCM.
8. Go to "Payloads", chose "Lockpick_RCM", and now you should be able to dump keys from emuNAND, and SX emuNAND will still work.
PS. Don't forget to put the "sept" folder from "Atmosphere" on your microSD card.
 
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placed the latest Atmosphere update into the root of my SD card, and placed the latest Lockpick_RCM into the payloads folder of my sd card. Once I am in heckate, I try to run lockpick_rcm and the screen becomes black and stays black. Any ideas what's going on?
 
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