Unlink a nnid without *deleting* it?

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  1. Cody090909
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    So I have a NNID that I linked to my new 3ds, and I want to unlink it. This is because I want to systransfer from my old 3ds to my new one, and to do that I need to unlink it.

    Both 3ds's are on 11.2 with a9lh and luma.
     
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  2. swabbo

    swabbo Wot u doin readin dis m8?

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    I think a system restore unlinks the NNID but i'm not sure if it allows you to just log in on another 3DS
     
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    It wont let me login o nthe other 3ds, and as far as I am aware formatting without using tinyformat loses a9lh.
     
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    Formatting without tinyformat does not lose A9LH.
     
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    Okay, thank god.
     
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    The only way to lose A9LH would be with the uninstaller or updating without firm protection.
     
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    Blue_Mew Shiny Mew!

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    Or restoring a nand backup without *keep a9lh*
     
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    All was a success, and I talked for about an hour with the nintendo rep about non-related stuff. that was surprising. :P Thanks guys