Games not showing up on SysNAND

Games not showing up on SysNAND

Pikm
Jul 11, 2017
The games are located in the encrypted folder on the SD card. The name of the folder is the same as the folder located in CTRNAND data. I recently installed an emuNAND. In data management, it says there is not accessible software data. I am able to redownload everything from the Nintendo eShop, but I would strongly prefer not to. My current battery is damaged if that has anything to do with it. (I know it's not safe, but I'm not going to be playing this console seriously until I get a replacement.) Edit: **sysNAND has the eshop account, and is the same NAND that I started with before I installed boot9strap. emuNAND is like a fresh console**

» 4 Answers

  • Alex4U
    Jul 11, 2017
    b-but why emunand...
    it's 2017, emunad is useless today.
    anyway, try to restoring a NAND backup in Emunand.
  • Pikm
    Jul 11, 2017
    @Alex4U I am fully aware of emuNAND vs. sysNAND. The emuNAND was formatted to unlink, not the sysNAND. The sysNAND is the same NAND that I had at stock. I made the emuNAND behave like a fresh system, while preserving the original console in sysNAND for personal reasons.
  • SirECK
    Jul 12, 2017
    When you format EmuNAND or SysNAND it generates a new key of some kind. You cant just copy the files from one folder to another and expect it to work.
    If you want to keep the games and saves, put back the files in the original folder, make an EmuNAND backup and then restore that backup to SysNAND.
    Everything will pop up.
    Also make a SysNAND backup BEFORE you start.
  • Pikm
    Jul 12, 2017
    @SirECK sysNAND was NOT formatted. In /CTRNAND/data/, the folder's hash is still the same as the one with the games on the SD card. They just aren't being read for some reason.