I'm a super noob following Plailect's guide to installing A9LH (https://github.com/Plailect/Guide/wiki/Part-3-(RedNAND)), and I'm stuck at steps 22-25 (booting Red/EmuNAND). So, when I turn on the 3ds, it auto-boots into menuhax as usual. I scroll down to Luma3DS and open it. If I hold select, I'm brought into the configuration menu. The only option I have selected is "Show current NAND in System Settings," as the guide has told me to select. Once Luma3DS boots, I hold the right trigger button so menuhax doesn't reload. It takes me to the home menu, but once I enter system settings, instead of seeing 'Emu' next to the firmware number, I see 'SysE.' Apparently this means that Luma3DS booted into SysNAND from EmuNAND. Wut. How can I boot into regular EmuNAND? I looked it up, and one thread gave the vague suggestion of "checking to see of the 'Use second EmuNAND as default' was checked," so I tried out booting with said option checked, but I was given the same result. Tl;dr: when I boot with Luma3DS, System Settings says I'm in SysNAND (SysE 9.2.0-20 US) when it should be saying that I'm in EmuNAND (Emu 9.2.0-20 US). If you'd like, you could also explain to me in layman's terms what the heck the difference between Red and EmuNAND is. I'll give you a cookie. I have an Old3ds, the SysNAND firm is 9.2.0-20 US, and the EmuNAND firm should be the same, but of course I can't really check. I'm using Luma3DS v5.5. Thanks in advance for putting up with my silly noob brain.