Payloads Problems

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  1. JCCG1989
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    I've seen this theme around in many posts but I didn't find a solution yet.

    I used to trigger my payloads menu with start+power button but since Luma update that method will only autoboot my SysNAND without the Nintendo 3DS banner. I checked my luma folder and (I don't know why) my "payload" folder is empty, however there is an "arm9lh-payloads" folder with all the payloads supposed to be on the "payloads" folder (Decrypt9, uncart, EmuNAND9, etc). I really need Decrypt9, can someone point at my any solution?
     
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    move or copy the payloads from the a9lh/payloads folder to the luma/payloads folder? make sure the filename for each payload is preceded with a ds button name (eg down_Decrypt9.bin or start_Hourglass9.bin).
     
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    Yeah, but, previously the start+power method prompted the selection menu of those payloads, what happened to that list?
     
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    Not sure what selection menu you're talking about. Sounds like you've lost a payload from the luma/payloads folder that would give you the selection menu. It's not something I've ever used. Hopefully some others will be able to help you out.
     
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    I've found my issue, for some reason the BootManager stopped to work and it was needed to add a key for each payload, no need to move them from folder... Any idea why the BootManager9 is not working anymore?
     
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    Did you update your console A9LH?
     
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    I was thinking on that, how can I know if it is updated?
     
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    I mean, BootManager9 need screenint to work. if you updated your A9LH files using safea9lhinstaller to non-screenint or SDless (which change how screenint work), that should be the cause.
     
  9. JCCG1989
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    Yeah, I have the SD-less version... So, there is not a way my BootManager will work?
     
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    Renaming BootManager9's "arm9loaderhax.bin" into "arm9loaderhax_si.bin" should work.
     
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    Is that the file inside the "luma" folder, right?
     
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    No, the file on the root. Normally, @Aurora Wright 's folk A9LH should load the file arm9loaderhax.bin when boot.
    But, SDless version will also looking for arm9loaderhax_si.bin to initialize screen function.

    Sorry, forgot that you use Luma3DS as main A9LH and use Luma to call BootManager9.
     
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    Ok, lets try.

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    The screen turns on differently but still it does not boot the manager, I renamed the file as you said, any other idea?

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    Ill try to give you some context:

    Before updating arm9lh I could run Bootmanager9 without problems, now I realized it wasn't booting with my usual configuration (start+power), I went to the payloads folder and copied BootManager and the spash folder, it wasnt booting either, as suggested by another used i renamed the file with a "start_" to bind a key and it started normally, but using any option (Hourglass9, Decrypt9, Carter, etc) it says the file is invalid despite those files are adequatelly set in their rutes. If I ignore the BootManager and I rename Decrypt9 for example to boot with start key it boots sucessfully.
     
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    May be with the current setting , Bootmanager9 cannot load properly with lastet Luma & A9LH SDless.
    If I remember correctly, Bootmanager9 need to be the main A9LH, and using Bootmanager9 Auto boot to call Luma3DS.
     
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    Seems I'll be bound to rename my payloads to boot them with keybinding isnt it? Thank you so much for you time.
     
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    Seems I'll be bound to rename my payloads to boot them with keybinding isnt it? Thank you so much for you time.