Switching to sysNand?

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  1. reymas101
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    I'm trying to use decrypt9 but it keeps giving me a red screen and resets to the HBL. I think I need to be on sysNand. How do I switch back?
     
  2. Sketchy1

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    Depends on your cfw setup.
    If you don't have a cfw, or are using a9lh, your already on sysnand

    If you use emunand, well, you're on emunand

    But that's commonality unrelated, it should boot no matter what band you use
     
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    Assuming you're using menuhax, boot without your SD inserted then put it back in once you see the home menu. To uninstall menuhax, change the theme (otherwise you'll have the same problem after every reboot, eg after exiting System Settings).
     
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    a9lh can also be used with an emunand if you want
     
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    I'm on Luna CFW. I have a9lh. But it keeps booting into emunand
     
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    If you just want to boot to SysNAND while and keep EmuNAND, hold L at boot.
     
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    Or open the Luma Config and activate the option called "Boot Sysnand" or something like this (should be the first option in the list) then it should automatically boot into Sysnand and with the Key pressed it boots to Emunand.
     
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    If he has EmuNAND and he wants to keep it, that means he wants to use EmuNAND, not SysNAND.
     
  10. KunoichiZ

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    He should really be using Decrypt9 as a Luma payload since he has A9LH instead of the Homebrew Launcher.
     
  11. reymas101
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    How do I do that?
     
  12. KunoichiZ

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    1. Download and extract latest Decrypt9 release
    2. Move Decrypt9WIP.bin to your luma/payloads folder
    3. Rename Decrypt9WIP.bin to a button like you did with Hourglass9 when you installed A9LH, i.e. right_Dec9.bin
    4. Press and the button you assigned the payload to when tou boot your system to boot directly into Decrypt9.
     
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    I'll try that. Thank you!