Hacking Selling my 2DS; need assistance uninstalling A9LH

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Hi all,

I am about to sell my 2DS, and I am looking into try and uninstall A9LH so it can pass all tests when I go to sell it at the local 2nd-hand shop.
I remember seeing that SafeA9LHInstaller had an uninstall feature from v2.0 onwards, however even in the latest version of the app I cannot seem to see anything that allows me to uninstall A9LH.

Unfortunately, I had a clean-up of my PC (to try and make some space) and deleted my non-A9LH backups from it, so I can't use a NAND backup either. :(


Any information would be greatly appreciated, as it's a bit confusing to see that SafeA9LHInstaller can't seem to uninstall A9LH even though it says that it can on the GitHub page... :unsure:

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Hopefully someone will back me up on this but in the SafeA9HLinstaller file, there's an A9loaderhax.bin file. I think you're suppose to delete the Luma A9loaderhax.bin file from the SD card and replace it with that one instead.
 

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But that may not be allowed/legal where he lives, or in the shop he's trying to trade it in for.
I can even think of a valid excuse for banning doing what you want with things you paid for, but you have a point. There's still ebay.
 
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I actually got £53 worth of store-vouchers for that 2DS. :yay3ds:
Anyway, I traded it in now. Along with my fat PS Vita which net me another £53, which altogether came to £106.

To all of you suggesting to flog it on somewhere like ebay or whatever, I was only looking to make some quick money, to be honest... not going through the whole delivery crap and stuff; I'd only do that if I had lots of 3DSs.

Oh, and if you're wondering what I bought with the money, I got a PS Vita Slim (£102 used). I feel they're a lot more visually pleasing than their fat counterparts. :yaypsp:
 
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I actually got £53 worth of store-vouchers for that 2DS. :yay3ds:
Anyway, I traded it in now. Along with my fat PS Vita which net me another £53, which altogether came to £106.

To all of you suggesting to flog it on somewhere like ebay or whatever, I was only looking to make some quick money, to be honest... not going through the whole delivery crap and stuff; I'd only do that if I had lots of 3DSs.

Oh, and if you're wondering what I bought with the money, I got a PS Vita Slim (£102 used). I feel they're a lot more visually pleasing than their fat counterparts. :yaypsp:

But, isn't the screen worse(?)
If both your vita and 2ds were in an 4/10 state before selling them i understand... Otherwise it's a rather odd choice
 
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But, isn't the screen worse(?)
If both your vita and 2ds were in an 4/10 state before selling them i understand... Otherwise it's a rather odd choice
What do you mean? Both the screen of my 2DS and Vita Fat were completely fine.

However, I was looking to replace my Vita Fat because the Slim Vita has a better screen (Fat has OLED (subject to burns) whereas Slim has LCD (smoother and nicer colors)) and has better features (such as sleek design; internal memory card).

I have an O3DS XL and an N3DS XL to tamper with anyway. I never used my 2DS again ever since I finally got both the XL models.

So really nothing of value was lost.
 

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What do you mean? Both the screen of my 2DS and Vita Fat were completely fine.

However, I was looking to replace my Vita Fat because the Slim Vita has a better screen (Fat has OLED (subject to burns) whereas Slim has LCD (smoother and nicer colors)) and has better features (such as sleek design; internal memory card).

I have an O3DS XL and an N3DS XL to tamper with anyway. I never used my 2DS again ever since I finally got both the XL models.

So really nothing of value was lost.

Oh, i had it mixed up i guess. Most people seem to deliberately look for fat psV just for the OLED instead of the LCD although they know it has a worst battery life.
 
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You have that backwards. LCD quality compared to OLED is terrible, there is no comparison.
Oh? I never knew that. I must've heard some misinformation then...

But surely OLED is prone to more screen burn-in though? (Plus I prefer LCD over OLED anyway...)
 
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