Accidentally used tinyformat

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by xx4xx4, Jul 9, 2017.

  1. xx4xx4
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    Accidentally used tinyformat while on alh9... i can still see the old folder of the old set up on the sd card... is there a way to restore it?
     
  2. Hayleia

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    Do you have a NAND backup? If yes, restore it. If not... why do you not have a NAND backup?
     
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  3. MashedPotatos

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    How on earth do you "Accidentally" use TinyFormat you have to confirm 2 times and put in a button combination
     
  4. Ominous66521

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    You need to inject the old code back to the NAND.In other words you in a NAND backup
     
  5. xx4xx4
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    I have a backup.. but my game are not in there
     
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  7. xx4xx4
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    Ok thanks
     
  8. MashedPotatos

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    np
     
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    No, TinyFormat doesn't wipe the SD card, that's the whole point of it.
     
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    restore the nand backup and everything will be restored. Everything.
     
  11. VictorMoreno015

    VictorMoreno015 GBAtemp Regular

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    Restore the NAND
    delete the newer folders in the Nintendo 3DS folder because it will most likely create a new one (basically delete the folders with a smaller size)
    Everything should be back to normal after that
     
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