Gateway doesn't support A9LH. If you want to use Gateway along with your sysNAND A9LH setup, I was thinking about creating a 9.2 emuNAND and somehow link it with your sysNAND. Why link it? Because if you link it, you can use your own CIAs/purchased games across both sysNAND and emuNAND. sysNAND is your primary NAND where you do most stuff. emuNAND you only use as a stepping stone for using cheats. You can play on emuNAND, beat a hard boss using a cheat and continue playing on your sysNAND without cheats. This only works with linked NANDs. To link NANDs I would just restore my 9.2 sysNAND backup to the emuNAND partition. Can someone confirm if this theory would work? Also are there any cons of linked NANDs, some things I need to take into account when using linked NANDs this way? Edit: I have issues creating an emuNAND that is linked with my sysNAND. Restoring my sysNAND to emuNAND with Decrypt9 resulted in an unlinked emuNAND. Then I tried to clone my A9LH-sysNAND to emuNAND to downgrade it, but this resulted in a black screen when trying to boot emuNAND. It seems you can't have A9LH in emuNAND. Am I out of luck?