Messed up A9hl Cfw , Please help.

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  1. Ghassen-ga
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    Sorry about making a second thread today .. but , idk how , but i think i fucked up , this is what i did:

    1- I installed arm9 / I can boot up hourglass now
    2- Then i missed the step of configuring Luma and i restored the previous sysnand to my 3ds
    3- But then then i rebooted holding the select button to configure Luma , checked autoboot sysnand / show sysnand / and show GBA on boot

    But then sysnand showed me "sys 9.2" instead of "emu 9.2" , I got freaked out , So i restored my previous emunand (one i had stored ) via hourglass , but now it shows me "sys11.0.0-33 E" ; and i can't even install .cia files via the health and safety app because it gives me an error (0xc8a0802b) , so what did i do wrong ? please help ..I can still access hourglass tho ..

    Edit : Please close the thread , the FbI issue was solved after accessing eshop once.
     
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    It shows "sys" because you installed arm9loaderhax in your sysnand so, now your emunand is your sysnand only
     
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    what do i do ? is there any fix ..
     
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    Dont worry its normal :)
     

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    What? The only way of installing arm9loaderhax is in sysnand. His emunand is still his emunand, and his sysnand is still his sysnand. Don't cross concepts.

    You said you checked "autoboot sysnand" luma 3ds config so: uncheck "autoboot sysnand". And will boot your emunand if you had an emunand in that sd card.

    It's normal to have what the user has configured. Let him recover his emunand and his saves and be a happy guy.
     
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    Thank you for this info! What's the difference between using this and sysnand autoboot option?
     
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    Using what and sysNAND autoboot?
     
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    Difference between Using emunand on a9hl and sysnand..
     
  9. KunoichiZ

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    You don't really need an emuNAND with A9LH. There's really no difference and makes no sense to have an emuNAND with it.
     
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    How do I merge them both to restore my saves and my content?
     
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    Makes no sense for you. In a9lh everyone can put any sense into having an emunand.
    You don't really need to. If you want to, just make an emunand backup and restore it to sysnand.
     
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    Yeah I did that but no idea why my content hasn't appeared, even tho I never formated the SD card or deleted files, strange.
     
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