1. Escape1975

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    I'm using JKSV and I see the option of dumping all saves, which creates a JKSV folder on the SD card,
    but it seems in order to restore back on a new SD card for example I have to both start every game
    in order to re-create the save, then restore one by one ... is there a batch restore maybe ?
     
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    No, since saves can't be restored unless they've been played at least once.
     
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    Ok, I see, it would be nice then to have a mass restore feature for saves that have been played once,
    and the restore would grab the newest save available ... oh well :)
     
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    That would create obvious problems, since people would batch restore and think they restored everything, but things could and would get skipped.
     
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    True, it would be nice when migrating between SD cards when using emuNAND though.
     
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    You can just copy the emuMMC from one SD to the other, and all save files will copy over.

    Or, better yet, don't use an emuMMC.
     
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    Yeah I was just thinking emuMMC is safer as everything is virtual,
    and as far as performance goes it shouldn't make much difference ...
     
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    Unless you plan on using online play with a clean sysMMC (or you have an ipatched system on 4.1.0), there is no reason to use an emuMMC.
     
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    I think I figured it out, the only difference between emuNAND and sysNAND would be one config line,
    and of course comment lines starting with # have to be removed for it to actually read the config ...

    [config]
    autoboot=0
    autoboot_list=0
    autohosoff=1
    autonogc=1
    backlight=100
    bootwait=3
    updater2p=1

    [Atmosphere]
    # emummcforce=1 (emuNAND)
    # emummc_force_disable=1 (sysNAND)

    emummc_force_disable=1
    fss0=atmosphere/fusee-secondary.bin
    icon=bootloader/res/icon_payload.bmp
    kip1patch=nosigchk

    [Stock]
    emummc_force_disable=1
    fss0=atmosphere/fusee-secondary.bin
    icon=bootloader/res/icon_switch.bmp
    stock=1
     
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