Updating sysnand

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  1. majoru
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    So i've just switched to a9lh can i update system when prompted now ?
     
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    Yes use system settings official :) if offline, download from 3DNUS to update via SysUpdater
     
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    That's awesome ! you're sure i don't have to some special thing
    i can just update the system and nothing can go wrong ?
     
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    If you're on sysnand or even emunand with A9LH you're safe, make sure to check the system settings in the config of Luma so you don't get confused
     
  5. Quantumcat

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    It's usually a good idea to update Luma (the arm9loaderhax.bin file) first before updating.
     
  6. Darkyose

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    Home Alone Somewhere.
    And a Nand backup.
     
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    If you followed THE guide Luma should be set up to update itself, right?

    After following the guide and installing A9LH and Luma are you on sysnand or emunand?
     
  8. Quantumcat

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    If you followed the guide as written you won't have an emuNAND, just sysNAND. And no, Luma won't update itself. You can update it using Luma updater or manually by pasting the new arm9loaderhax.bin onto your SD card.
     
    Last edited by Quantumcat, Dec 18, 2016