1. Samlake

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    Hey guys, i have a9lh + luma but i want to restore my original nand.bin to send my console to nintendo, can i restore it with decrypt9 ?
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  2. RyDog

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    Yes, use decrypt9, and don't click on the option that says "keep a9lh" as that will keep a9lh :P
     
  3. Natsuru

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    Also clean out your sd card too.
     
  4. Samlake

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    Okay and if i choose this option, it will brick ? Or just save a9lh? thanks for your help!

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    Yeah, ill format it
     
  5. Lacius

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    Restoring your old nand.bin with decrypt9 without choosing the option to preserve A9LH will delete A9LH. When you get your 3DS back from Nintendo, it will almost certainly be updated to 11.3 with no current way to reinstall A9LH.
     
  6. Natsuru

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    Hard mod and downgrade? If they actually repair his console and not just switch it out.
     
  7. Samlake

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    I see... i think i'll repair it myself ( touchscreen issue)
     
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    Hardmod with a NAND backup is the only way I'm aware of.
     
  9. Samlake

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    Hardmod is possible on 11.3 ?
     
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    You could make a NAND backup of the NAND with A9LH installed, send it in for repair, get it back, hardmod, and restore the NAND backup. However, as previously mentioned, you might have a whole new motherboard, and the NAND backup will cause your 3DS to brick if that's the case. A downgrade on 11.3 is also impossible with a hardmod without a NAND backup from before 11.3.
     
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    Okay, ill do it myself then

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    I dont want to lose my luma 3ds xD
     
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    Out of curiosity, what's wrong with the 3DS?
     
  13. Samlake

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    Touchscreen doesn't work

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    I saw videos and it seems to be pretty easy to replace
     
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    it is with the correct parts/tools and time.
     
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    :)

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    Thank you everyone, ill tell you when it will be replaced
     
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