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A nand backup is an image of your nand at the moment it was made, including whatever game saves you had. If you restore nand without making backup...
This has been possible for many months now
Did you boot into ofw or emunand?
You just have to back up the game save from emunand, load up real nand in cfw and restore it.
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I suggest using DiskGenius a try, thats what I used to migrate to a bigger sd card.
Use a partitioning software that support editing exfat partition, use its cloning function to duplicate the old sd card byte for byte to the new...
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No harm in reinstalling nsp again, it'll skip existing files but now register the game as installed correctly.
I noticed the same thing, with autorcm on and not doing anything even in sleep mode it drains battery really fast.
Unfortunately that is the current limit of the net code, even with an ethernet adapter you'll get that maximum speed.
Describe how, when, and what were you doing with your switch when it was freezing up. Have you tried another cfw and it still freeze?
You wont even be able to connect to the router to get an IP address
Sweet I ordered the exact same dongle with the $4 off new user coupon. Also took nearly 2 days for status to change to shipped which is only 2...
Unfortunately the switch doesnt retain an ip address without a valid internet connection, so you are gonna have to do some leg work.
Get your own dns tunnel application on pc and connect your switch to it through proxy.
Find your switch's ip address from your router, or the switch's network setting page once it is connected. Then fire up your ftp client app, plug...
You can use a disk cloning tool that supports extending unallocated space on an exFAT formatted sd card. What you do is clone an old sd card...
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Ideally you want to back up your NAND in a fresh state wjth nothing installed, no game played so your eMMC is...
Use traceroute on those urls you want to block, get its destination IPs, then route them to your router's IP address and they will never go anywhere.