Use SysNAND FIRM Booting with "R"?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by coon-strudel, Dec 1, 2016.

  1. coon-strudel
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    I saw this in Luma's settings, and was wondering what it means, beyond the decription.
    Does it mean that i'd boot into SysNAND with EmuNAND features, or that I'll boot into a 9.2 EmuNAND?
    Can I perform it safely?

    Specs: O3DS XL, Non A9LH, Luma CFW (latest), Ninjhax


    Thanks, sorry, just very curious about this.
     
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    It's nothing you'll really need. It doesnt mean firmware, it means native firm. When holding down R, you'll boot into emunand on whatever firmware it always is, but with a sysnand nfirm. Since ntr supports 11.2 nfirm, and some games break when using a different native firm, this is usually more of a hinderance.