Reset everything after Plailect CFW guide

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  1. tobal76
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    hi guys
    i followed Plailect guide and everything is working flawless
    but i'd like to reset my console coz i bought it used and forgot to format it before customizing it...

    what should i do? i'm not an expert i'd say...

    thank you in advance
     
  2. Quantumcat

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    System Settings, Other Settings, Format Memory.
     
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    Revert to Stock? or keep the hack? what do you want to delete?
     
  4. tobal76
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    well, the hack is working, so i just need to revert to stock the console.
    i had a OFW 7.something, will it remain the same?
    and what if i want to upgrade my sd card? i used a 4gb one and bought a 32gb to use
     
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    Format the memory like I said. The firmware will stay the same. To upgrade SD cards just copy the files from one to the other (assuming you don't use an emuNAND).
     
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    If you have a9lh, you can just simply go System Settings, Other Settings, Format Memory.

    After that, delete everything on your SD, and place the Arm9loaderhax.bin into the root of your sd card, then turn on your 3ds, it will be on your current firmware with everything clean.
     
  7. tobal76
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    so i did a factory reset
    i had 2 cia games installed and now they're not showing in the home menu, like the hbc, fbi and luma updater
    also, in the preferences i get "sys 11.2.0-35E"

    now what?

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    hourglass, luma and decrypt9 can still be loaded on boot
    how can i get back fbi, hbc and luma updater on the home screen? and the games also...
     
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    Dump Health and Safety, and inject FBI into it, then install the FBI cia using your current FBI, restore the Health and Safety app, and then you will have FBI to install all your cias, just download Luma Updater, HBC Loader and install them using FBI.
     
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    thats a good point
    why i get SYS on the preferences? shouldnt it be on emuNand?
     
  10. ScarletDreamz

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    Luma 3DS uses this system format:

    • Show NAND or user string in System Settings: By default, this displays the current NAND/FIRM instead of "Ver." in System Settings.
      • The strings that can be shown are:
        • Sys: SysNAND booted with with its own FIRM,
        • Emu: first EmuNAND booted with its own FIRM,
        • EmuX (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): EmuNAND X booted with its own FIRM,
        • SysE: SysNAND booted with the first EmuNAND's FIRM,
        • SyEX (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): SysNAND booted with EmuNAND X's FIRM,
        • EmuS: first EmuNAND booted with the SysNAND FIRM,
        • EmXS (where X can be 2, 3 or 4): EmuNAND X booted with the SysNAND FIRM.
      • You can also display a custom version string for each NAND, by creating text files named customversion_sys.txt, customversion_emu.txt, customversion_emu2.txt, customversion_emu3.txt or customversion_emu4.txt inside luma.
        The version strings can't exceed 39 characters.