Updated Emunand (RxTools) and whole 3DS updated!

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Makawam, Jun 12, 2016.

  1. Makawam
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    Ok so I updated Emunand (RX-E 9.2.0E) to make it version 11 but now my whole 3DS updated to 11.0 and now I can't open homebrew or anything! I AM BEGGING FOR HELP! Please help me I am new to 3DS hacking! I have no way of loading browserhax and menuhax is no longer working. I can not access my Rxtools anymore :(
     
  2. TheKingy34

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    You must of forgotten to unlink your NANDs. And, you will have to wait or buy a exploit game, also waiting for a way to downgrade to 9.2 (unless hardmod). You're doomed.

    EDIT: have you got a NAND backup on 9.2?
     
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    My NANDS were unlinked. One said RX-E one didn't. If I have a backup can I restore from backup? If so how?
     
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    You can find a hardmod installer or do it yourself to restore the backup.
     
  5. Quantumcat

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    That doesn't mean they are unlinked. They are unlinked if you do a system format on either sysNAND or emuNAND. If you get it hardmodded, see if the hardmodder will set up a9lh for you, or do it yourself when you get it back. This way you'll just be using sysNAND and you can happily update anytime you like.
     
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    Why would updating a linked EMUNAND update SYSNAND?

    I update my linked gateway EMUNAND all the time and my SYSNAND doesn't update.
     
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    >rxtools
    >no A9LH
    Found your problem
     
  8. TheKingy34

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    Gateway is different.
     
  9. Makawam
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    So it's all over. Fuck me
     
  10. Quantumcat

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    No, get @hundshamer to hardmod your console for you, and see if he'll also install a9lh (I think he does for an extra fee). Then your console will be as close to 100% brick-proof as is possible nowadays. It would take an extraordinary combination of circumstances to screw up an a9lh + hardmodded console. Like, you'd have to really try, and actually research what to do if you wanted to screw it up . It would be wildly unlikely to happen by accident (basically every common accident is protected against). Cheer up ... a lot of people get their console hardmodded without having actually screwed it up first, since it's a good thing to have.
     
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    I can restore it to a useable firmware, hardmod it, install A9LH, or any combination thereof. All is not lost.
     
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    No it's not. Updating emuNAND will not update sysNAND, @Makawam must have updated sysNAND by accident.
     
  13. TheKingy34

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    But they share the same NAND, meaning that you have 2 sysNANDs on 1 3ds. Linked EmuNAND = SysNAND. And if you unlink it, they use different data, so it is safe to update EmuNAND then. And yes, @Makawam possibly updated his SysNAND.
     
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    The only thing they share is the SD card data, and firmware updates are not stored on the SD card. Other than that emuNAND is isolated from sysNAND so there is no way updating emuNAND could update sysNAND.
     
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    Guess that you were right, sorry :^)