update to 9.0?

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  1. olec04
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    olec04 Working on Project Heaven!

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    Trying to downgrade on 11.0 via AM services
    Im trying to update to 9.0 with a cia version of cubic ninja and when i try to update it does not say anything and sends me back to ctrbootmanager when i use safesysupdater it says cant get am:u service
     
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  2. Gcentrex

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    Won't work, if it does far enough it will brick

    Use sysupdater
     
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    i am
     
  4. Quantumcat

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    Use sysupdater with Rxtools pasta mode or devmode, not rxmode and definitely not gateway mode, either of those will brick you. Follow a guide.
    You don't need to be using a cia version of cubic ninja, sysupdater comes in a cia form.
     
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    ik im using it with pasta mode
     
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    Install sysupdater to your sysnand. Not sure what you're trying to do with cubic ninja.
    Edit: also i think you need to use mini pasta, regular pasta might cause a brick but I'm not certain.
     
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