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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by WiiKiing, Feb 12, 2017.
does performing a nand restore (forced ) remove the arm9loaderhax?
Any restore NAND option that does not say (keep a9lh) REMOVES a9lh. To keep a9lh, use the (keep a9lh) option.
literally the most obvious answer to this whole entire question it's common sense not be rude but yeah forced means bye bye a9lh i mean it says so
As long as you use hourglass9 which is noob proof for NAND restoring,you shouldn't have much of a problem.
ok so my brother is able to follow the guide from the start if this happened and it should be smooth sailing
If the NAND image that you are trying to inject already have a9lh installed on it, then no.
His console is still currently working and has all his folders and files on his card but is unable to boot into CFW or decrypt. after performing what I think was a nand restore (forced)
Nand restore (forced) skip the necessary checks in the process, so if the nand image was corrupted that means you have a problem.
just do the guide again (assuming you haven't updated to 11.3, if you have your screwed)
It really depends if you have backed up a NAND with A9LH installed. If you already have A9LH installed on that NAND, then it will be restored with it. But if the NAND does not have A9LH installed, then of course it will be removed.
Any option that uses NANDmin.bin (such as keep A9LH) will ensure that everything else is changed, except for FIRM0 and FIRM1 partitions. So those options will always ensure that it keeps A9LH.