1. samiam144
    samiam144
    If you planned to restore your NAND.bin, you should have skipped Section 6 in the first place lol. When you restore, your nands will be linked again. I have answered your other question in the thread.
    Jan 15, 2016
  2. samiam144
    samiam144
    Just so you know, your eShop account data is also save in EmuNAND.
    Jan 15, 2016
  3. Kironos
    Kironos
    If I backup my EmuNAND to EmuNAND.bin, after following that section's steps, in case I will accidentally delete EmuNAND (or files would be corrupted) from my SD card, I will only need to restore that backup file to EmuNAND? In case I will need to restore that backup done AFTER that section, would my NANDs be unlinked?
    Jan 15, 2016
  4. samiam144
    samiam144
    1) If you restore an EmuNAND.bin, yes, you will only have to restore the .bin and nothing else. In some cases, you will have to restore an SD card backup made around the same time.
    Jan 15, 2016
  5. samiam144
    samiam144
    2) Don't make it too confusing bro. Just understand this: If you create an Emunand, it is linked to the Sysnand you had at the time of creation. So you just have to know which nand is which.
    If you did this process: create emunand -> make emu backup -> format sysnand -> restore emu backup -> nands are not linked.
    Jan 15, 2016