In reference to my previous thread, which seems to be dead by now, I'd like to ask a few more questions regarding TWLN/TWLP partitions. It seems that they are partially corrupted on my O3DS running 10.7.0-32E with A9LH. I can launch DS titles, but can't set up DS internet connection, trying to do that through DS connection settings ends up in freeze on the "looking for access points" screen. Because of that, DS games throw out an error while trying to connect to WFC. I've decribed the problem in detail in the previous thread. From what I've learned, TWLN (and perhaps TWLP too?) partition is at fault. Unfortunatelly, I haven't made a backup of these partitions (at the time when I was installing A9LH, Plailect's guide didn't say to make it). I'm also not entirely sure when the problem started, restoring my oldest sysNAND backup (9.2, used with rxTools) doesn't fix the issue. So here are my questions: Is there any way I can "rebuild" these partitions without a NAND backup that was made when DS mode was functioning properly? I went as far as downgrading to 2.1 firmware and then updating to 10.7, but the problem is still there. Can I crossflash TWLN/TWLP from another, functioning 3DS, running the same firmware with A9LH? Is there some console-specific data (like MAC adress) stored in TWLN/TWLP, that I'd need to replace after crossflashing these partitions from another system? I can browse the TWLN/TWLP partitions with GodMode9, can I try replacing some of the files present there with those taken from a 3DS with working DS mode? If so, which files are related to DS internet connection setup app? Does GodMode9 show ALL the files in these partitions (I'm asking that because TWLN/TWLP dump files are significatly bigger than total size of all the files shown by GodMode9 on these partitions)? Any other ideas on how can I get DS Mode back to work properly? Thanks in advance for helping me out.