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  1. narutonic

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    ^As the title say.
     
  2. Xenosaiga

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    well, iirc it will just claim it is messed up and replaces it because each system has its own "key" that it uses for its files.

    So as far as I know it will not do anything except waste time...
     
  3. narutonic

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    Thanks.
    I dont want to unlink my nand but i want theme on my emunand :(
    It seems i have to let the default theme....
     
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    How about using menuhax manager install to install a theme? Just copy the files into the menuhax manager folder I believe and install it through the app?
     
  5. narutonic

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    Already tried. It install the theme but remove ThemeHax
     
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    That's strange I thought that option was specially meant to get a theme working with menuhax<.<
     
  7. Xenosaiga

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    Well, that's different. If you have not unlinked nands then you will have to use the same Theme. Especially if you use menuhax to load emunand. If you are on N3ds I have just the guide for you.

    https://gbatemp.net/threads/tutoria...ncluding-emunand-coldboot-cia-manager.405589/

    The relevant information can be found in that tutorial.

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    What happens is that it uses the same info for both SysNAND and EmuNAND. This can also cause a boot loop if you are not careful.

    Best way to do it is have where you don't even go to SysNAND at all. Autoboot right into EmuNAND and then set a different theme in EmuNAND.
     
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