RedNAND/EmuNAND

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Hyoretsu, Sep 15, 2016.

  1. Hyoretsu
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    Where can I find a RedNAND/EmuNAND (I don't know which one is better) tutorial? I can't seem to find any.
     
  2. SimplyFedorable

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    melee hell
    Rednand is slightly smaller. Besides that, they are exactly the same
     
  3. Hyoretsu
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    AuReiNAND is kinda like EmuNAND/RedNAND or they're completely different?

    If it's like EmuNAND/RedNAND, after I finish Plailect's guide, I'll already have it installed?
    If it's different than EmuNAND/RedNAND, where can I find an installation guide for RedNAND?
     
  4. KunoichiZ

    KunoichiZ GBAtemp Guru

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    AuReiNAND is a CFW, not a type of NAND. What is your current system version and do you have a way to downgrade (either hardmod or w/ another system w/CFW) your system if it's on 11.0+?
     
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    AuReiNAND is not like emunand/rednand at all.
    AuReiNAND was the former name of luma3ds.
    Once you finish Pailect's guide you will be running luma3ds which is AuReiNAND so yes you would be.
    You wouldn't be using an emunand/rednand though.
    You will be using sysnand which is safe to update.
     
  6. Hyoretsu
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    I'm on 11.0 and I'm going to downgrade with hardmod all the way installing Luma3ds + a9lh. Want to install RedNAND to keep it at an exploitable version for exploits and homebrew, while my SysNAND will stay updated.