Screens do not turn on. Led blue yes

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  1. Tocamos
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    Good! I apologize again for my translator's English.

    The screens of my 2DS do not light up. I followed several tutorials, changed the .boot file and nothing. Any solution? A friend told me that I should restore the NAND but since I do not want to leave it as a last resort.

    Help?
     


  2. Byokugen

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    Just a bit to the right, or was left...
    We need more info. What did you exactly do? How, when?
     
  3. Tocamos
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    Well here goes the long explanation:
    I was banned two weeks ago by the wave of Nintendo bans. They spent about 10 days and I found another friendcodeseed_b to change then I did. However it did not work. In the tutorial I said that in case of not working we had to change the file SecureinfoA I did it and did not turn on anymore.
    After several days with no solution came the update to LUMA and boot9trap, I updated everything but it still did not light.
    To all this I had not made a backup on my pc (Yes, my mistake). But I did it now to remove all .bin files however it still does not fire.
     
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    Ca you post a pic of your sd card? Maybe luma update went wrong. You can rename. .bin.bak.to the .bin(delete the first .bin)
     
  5. Lacius

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    Does the blue light stay on indefinitely, or does it come on and then turn off within seconds?
     
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    You may never know...
    Your 3DS is proboably bricked
     
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    Nope, you can't be sure yet.
     
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    I'll ask what Lacius asked for emphasis: Does your blue LED light blink when you turn the console on, or does the blue light stay on?
     
  9. Lacius

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    If you changed the SecureinfoA without CFW (e.g. Luma3DS), then you're bricked. I find it unlikely that you did this, but you're not giving us a lot of information to go on.

    Did you install B9S? Did you have A9LH installed before that?
     
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    You should have boot.firm.bak , rename it to boot.firm delete boot.firm before doing this.
     
  11. NFates

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    You must restore your SecureInfoA, every console has its own and if you inject the one from another 3DS this happens. At least that's what I have read.
     
  12. Lacius

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    OP, did you edit your SecureInfoA, or did you copy one from another 3DS?
     
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    http://i.imgur.com/UVLeN2g.png <- image

    It stays on indefinitely

    I downloaded one and put it in my SD.
     
  14. Lacius

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    You probably need to restore your SecureInfo_A. If you didn't backup your old one, you need to restore your NAND backup.

    If you really don't want to restore your NAND backup, you could do the following:
    1. Backup your current NAND that's not booting
    2. Restore your old backup from when your system was booting
    3. Dump your old SecureInfo_A
    4. Restore the broken NAND
    5. Restore the old SecureInfo_A
     
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  15. Tocamos
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    Is there any guide to do this? I do not understand much of these things
     
  16. Lacius

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    I can try to walk you through it. First, are you able to boot into GodMode9 or Decrypt9WIP, or do I need to walk you through that too?

    In other words, do you know how to boot into anything other than a black screen?
     
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    If I can, with the start + on
     
  18. Lacius

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    Download and boot the latest version of GodMode9. Make sure you have at least 1GB free on your SD card and make a new NAND backup. If you don't know how, let me know. After that, we're going to use GodMode9 to do a safe restore of your old sysNAND.
     
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    In the GodMode9 main menu, hit the HOME button. Click "More..." and click "Backup NAND."
     
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