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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Zeny, May 6, 2016.

  1. Zeny
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    Has anyone had experience using: https://github.com/Plailect/Guide/wiki and arm9loader hax and installing on to the SysNand of the console? What are your thoughts on it?. I am currently just cold booting into Reinand (N3ds) but I've been considering doing/following that guide so I can just have it on the sysnand permanently. From what I've been reading though it apparently is nearly brick proof compared to other forms of CFW loading.
     
  2. Davidosky99

    Davidosky99 Eevee :3

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    Yes a9lh is perfect. Do the setup to the sysnand so you will have the most perfect setup:updated synand
     
  3. Temarile

    Temarile (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ A9LH ✧゚・: *ヽ(◕ヮ◕ヽ)

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    It's great. Plialects guide is the guide to go with. It gets constant updates and everything is noobs proof. I know noobs can't read but you really have to read this guide thoroughly.
     
  4. DogParty

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    lol literally _everyone_ on a9lh used that guide. Set aside 3 hours, make sure you have like 15 gb free on your computer, and follow the guide to the letter and you'll be golden :) Near-instant boots. 100% of the time. Brick prevention. Presumably survives updates.
     
  5. Zeny
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    I am reading through, just curious to where to start off though, I already have menuhax, downgraded to 9.2.0-20E just to be on the safe side I should start from the beginning?
     
  6. bobfacemoo

    bobfacemoo GBAtemp Fan

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    If you have an EmuNAND, start from Part 4, if not, start at Part 3 :D
     
  7. Temptress Cerise

    Temptress Cerise Miss Magic~ <3

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    If you want... but you shouldn't need to. The guide states the following:

    "If you already have a CFW setup on any version between 9.0.0 and 9.2.0, change menuhax to type 1, set your menuhax trigger to D-Pad down, then start the guide at Part 4."

    Assuming you have EmuNAND. Also, just pretend any mentions of RedNAND say EmuNAND.