Moving from arm9lh emunand to arm9lh updated sysnand

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  1. arapozo
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    I followed Plailect's guide to install arm9lh to my 9.0 n3ds but stayed on emunand and not an updated sysnand.

    My current emunand is 10.7 unlinked with sysnand on 9.0 and I want to move to updated sysnand. What should be the process to do that considering I already have arm9lh installed? Of course I don't want to loose the progress of the games I have on emunand.
     
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    If your using Luma3DS hold Select as it boots it, to select the option "Updated Sysnand"
     
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    But wouldn't that update my current 9.0 sysnand? What about the games and saves I have installed on emunand?

    I want to move my emunand "as is" to sysnand and continue with updated systan with arm9lh.
     
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    You just clone your emuNAND to Luma 3DS 'Updated' SysNAND
     
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    I was thinking of restoring an emunand backup to sysnand, but wouldn't that remove arm9lh?
     
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    If the emunNAND backup was set up with A9, I don't think it would?
     
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    Decrypt9 has a restore option explicitly labeled "keep a9lh".
     
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    Hourglass9 its even more safer, it always keeps a9lh . you dont have to worry about checking flags before restoring nands.
     
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    Hourglass9 is more the noobies
     
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    for the noobs and for the paranoids and the worried people scared of losing a9lh.
    I've read in another topic that a user forgot to check "keep a9lh" option when restoring his 11.0 emunand to sysnand.
    wifh hourglass you don't have to worry about.
     
  12. arapozo
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    Thanks for the responses, I didn't know about hourglass9 or the newer versions of decrypt9.