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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Lilith Valentine, Jul 10, 2017.
I believe it's called the Gecko patch? Correct me if I'm wrong.
gecko was something used for cheats
Well, Kecleon IS the Gecko Pokemon, so it was very confusing.
my old 3ds stock fw 126.96.36.199 install cfw and update system lastest version 11.6.0
than uninstall cfw my console return stock fw?
Why do you want to do that? If you don't have a ntrboot capable flashcart you'll be stuck without CFW.
I understood i can unistall B9S with the guide in this thread, but can i install A9LS somehow after removing entirely B9S?
No, A9LH is now redundant and has been superseded by B9S.
But in A9LH i didnt get erros in game as i get in B9S, like the picture above, for exemple
It is Luma that's causing the issue not B9S (which is only a way to launch it). You can try the legacy version and see if that helps (if it does let me know) http://www.hirobyte.com/archivos/legacy/boot.firm
Side note, I will be updating this thread at some point in the near future (most likely this weekend.) Gonna be adding some new regular questions and cleaning the thread up a bit.
Is that if you want to remove B9S you can brick ?
Actually you can remove B9S quite safely, unlike A9LH.
I dont know very much A9LH why uninstalling it is dangerous ?
IIRC A9LH actually corrupted the secret sector on new3DS, this resulted in the system bricking if the A9LH exploit wasn't present on the system.
(I am doing this from memory, I tried googling it and didn't find the answer. So if I am wrong don't hesitate to correct me)
If there A9LH installed in a system can't be removed except if there a backup of secret sector ?
Getting a bit off topic here, but it does require restoring the original secret sector for the system to work proper without A9LH,. This is actually why "secret_sector.bin" is provided in the guide for updating from A9LH to B9S.
Okay i heard that you need a nand backup (Pre A9LH) for O3DS and for N3DS is just ded
And yeah we a little off topic lul
You could remove A9LH using SafeA9LHInstaller, but restoring the NAND was always the suggested method of removing A9LH.