{Question} How can I regain access to Homebrew in Luma3DS like I used to do with RxTools...?

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  1. KytuzuEX
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    How can I regain the access to SysNAND and Homebrew if the Luma3DS's boot.3dsx is getting in the way?

    If I want to access Hombrew, then I have to replace the boot.3dsx and enter to Luma.

    Seriously, I don't want that. How I can fix this?

    For reference: I used this tutorial for RxTools
     
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  2. Robz8

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    If using the HBL CIA, hex-edit the payloads by replacing every instance of "boot.3dsx" with "_hbl.3dsx".
     
  3. KytuzuEX
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    I use the HBL CIA alright. In RxTools, there was an Homebrew for SysNAND and the HBL CIA is for the EmuNAND.

    But anyways, I will try to change those names from the files.
     
  4. LiveLatios

    LiveLatios Profesionnal Scalie

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    why
    by installing a9lh

    jokes aside, i have no idea.. why are you still using menuhax?
     
  5. KytuzuEX
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    I still have doubts about going for A9LH.

    That's why I wanted to change to Luma3DS from RxTools; now from Luma to A9LH... sigh. My 3DS is the old one, so more risk
     
  6. piterayo

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    There's no more risk on doing a9lh in old 3DS, in fact, the old 3DS method is safer imho, because de new 3DS method has a random chance of brick (old method has a brick chance, but is user related, not random)
     
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