Hacking Quick & Easy way to switch between Emunand and Sysnand

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My N3DS runs with Luma 9.0 in 11.6 Emunand, but I also have a non-linked 9.2.0 Sysnand (with FBI and HBL CIA). Normally I boot up in Emunand, but sometimes I boot in sysnand, to play GBA games or just fiddle around a bit in Sysnand. So everytime when I want to switch between nands I need to shut down the 3DS and boot up again to the desired Nand (reboot through Rosalina just kicks be back in the Nand where I was).

I know that I can go the Luma sysnand route and have only one nand on my system, but I'm not ready yet to do that procedure (installing 9bs last week already made my heart bounce for a while). So, is there a quick and easy way to switch from one nand to the other, and vice versa, like a CIA installed in both nands?
 

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If you go into System Settings and quit, you'll be rebooted to sysNAND. You can set the luma settings so that when you hold L you boot to emuNAND. So to go to emuNAND you can go into Settings and hold L when quitting.

WHi do you want an emuNAND anyway? What benefit is it giving you?
 

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Thx. I know I don't need an Emunand and I will probably ditch it pretty soon, but I like to do things step by step. I'm not very familiair with the 3Ds technical terms and English is also not my native language (I'm Dutch), so I got used to make improvements on my 3DS setup / settings when I feel good about it. But at the moment I'm reading this tutorial > https://3ds.guide/finalizing-setup
 

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If you go into System Settings and quit, you'll be rebooted to sysNAND. You can set the luma settings so that when you hold L you boot to emuNAND. So to go to emuNAND you can go into Settings and hold L when quitting.

WHi do you want an emuNAND anyway? What benefit is it giving you?
didn't someone make a program that reboots you into gm9?
 

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