Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Knucklesfan, Dec 29, 2016.
We've been installing arm9loaderhax.bin for a year now, so what's inside of one anyways?
You don't install arm9loaderhax.bin. You install arm9loaderhax. a9lh is just set to launch arm9loaderhax.bin from sd card or ctrnand. the .bin contains whatever you use.
A cfw, a tool like D9, and other things.
Your CFW typically.
So, like all the code inside of Luma is in there? Ah. I see now,
Misunderstood the question, assumed he was talking about A9LH rather than the .bin.
Yes. Or whatever cfw you use.
Arm9loaderhax itself is the stuff in the /a9lh/ folder (stage1, stage2, arguably other components) and it gets installed to NAND.
Arm9loaderhax is an exploit in the boot sequence (through ROP, IIRC apparently not - regardless, it's not as direct as sighax will allow) that can run arbitrary code. Arm9loaderhax is a raw ARM9 executable, AFAIK.
A9LH has nothing to do with ROP.
Arm9loaderhax.bin is just an ARM9 binary.