A9lh luma3ds sysNAND won't update

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  1. Naked_Snake
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    Ok I've posted this in a few topics but want a definitive answer, I'm on the latest release of Luma3ds EUR N3ds 10.7 a9lh and ever since the 11.0 update came out my console refuses to update always throws "an error has occurred the system will now restart" even in recovery mode, I however got a backup of 9.2 and downgraded to it and updated to 11.0 fine on that.....trouble is I had an emuNAND on 9.2 and none of my cia/eshop downloads were linked to that sysNAND it's doing my brain as to why I can't update it from 10.7 any help would be appreciated
     
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    I had the same problem ever since I updated to 10.3, it would just error instantly, never found out what was wrong.
    But I found a solution to the problem.
    I made another emuNAND from sysNAND, and updated that, which worked fine.
    Then I dumped these files from the broken emuNAND using GodMode9:
    /rw/sys/LocalFriendCodeSeed_B
    /dbs/ticket.db
    /private/movable.sed
    And the entire ID folder inside of /data (the folder with sysdata and extdata inside of it)
    e.g. /data/5090d9ef583f2517d8f0b192a0daa3eb

    Then I deleted the ID folder inside /data from the new emuNAND and injected all the old files into it.

    That got all my old data transferred to the new NAND, including NNID, friend code, friend list, Mii Plaza data, all my installed titles and savegames. Updating works fine now.
    Your issue seems to be the same so this should work for you as well.

    If you have the NAND with all your data on it either as emuNAND or as a .bin backup on your SD, you can mount it in GodMode9 and transfer files directly to your 11.0 NAND, without having to use the SD card as temporary storage, that's up to you though.

    Pics of the files I dumped:
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    Thanks pal ill try that after work tomorrow, I don't have an emuNand ever since 10.7 but I understand what you're telling me
     
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    Where do input the sysNAND.bin file so I can mount it in GodMode9 or can I just restore the 11.0 one and copy all the files over GodMode9 that way?