Hacking Can you transfer the play time in hours from CFW to OFW somehow?

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Hi, I just want to know if it’s possible to transfer the play time (hours) activity to OFW from CFW?

i want my play time to be displayed on my profile, is it possible somehow? I have played over 100 hours on a certain game in CFW
Thanks in advance and I know about the risk of getting banned, don’t mention it!
 
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Hi, I just want to know if it’s possible to transfer the play time (hours) activity to OFW from CFW?

i want my play time to be displayed on my profile, is it possible somehow? I have played over 100 hours on a certain game in CFW
Thanks in advance and I know about the risk of getting banned, don’t mention it!
U will get banned because the play time they have recorded on the server will not match
 

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Now your point makes absolutely no sense.
So if my console was offline for a year and I played 50 hours in that time and would go online you expect a console to get banned because “tHE lOgS MiSsMaTcH“ or what?

besides this, I told clearly in the first post that I know about the risks and Simply don’t care. Posting on every thread “YOU WILL GET BANNED DONT DO IT.“ is not always the answer.

Exactly my point
 

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I normally don't give advices that WILL get people banned but if you don't care, suit yourself.

if you have your emunand on file, then just restore that to the sysnand, if you have it on partition use emutool that you can find in this forum to extract the bin files and restore to sysnand.

you WILL be banned withn 2 weeks of connecting to the internet tho, you have been warned, don't come back crying.
 

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I normally don't give advices that WILL get people banned but if you don't care, suit yourself.

if you have your emunand on file, then just restore that to the sysnand, if you have it on partition use emutool that you can find in this forum to extract the bin files and restore to sysnand.

you WILL be banned withn 2 weeks of connecting to the internet tho, you have been warned, don't come back crying.
Nah that’s useless because I will copy over my complete modified system and this is obviously a ban.
I was thinking of something similar to the save manager that Is possible from CFW to OFW but thanks anyway
 
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If your play time is contained within a save file (likely, since you wont have played it online on CFW) can't you simply use something like JKSV to back it up, switch to OFW / SysNAND and restore it? I do this all the time on Pokemon Sword/Shield and I havent been banned. I've been running CFW since release on my HAC-001 (2017) Switch.
 
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Now your point makes absolutely no sense.
So if my console was offline for a year and I played 50 hours in that time and would go online you expect a console to get banned because “tHE lOgS MiSsMaTcH“ or what?

besides this, I told clearly in the first post that I know about the risks and Simply don’t care. Posting on every thread “YOU WILL GET BANNED DONT DO IT.“ is not always the answer.
I don't understand. What's the point of having it displayed on your OFW profile if you end up banned? Isn't the point so that other people can see it? Whole lot of good that will do you if you're banned.
 
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while it's true as @Shadow#1 mentioned that playtime is tied to the servers, you can reset it in profile settings. that's what I did on the refurbished system Nintendo sent me after my nand got corrupted. however, I'm legit (if that matters). I didn't want it to make it look like I was terrible at the games I played. :P
 

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There was a ban wave that targeted solely SX OS users who updated their .XCI files in OFW earlier this year.
That's not something that was monitored before hand. There wasn't someone who updated their xci, put their switch in a drawer before Nintendo started banning for it, do a nand restore and then connect online and get banned.

While it was safe to do in the past, the ones who got banned doing it were all caught during the time that nintendo started monitoring it.

Maybe were disagreeing over semantics. All I was saying is there isn't bannable things that Nintendo hangs on to for years to ban later. If something changes and is declared bannable by Nintendo, that's when they begin banning for it in waves. The waves themselves aren't years apart.

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That's not something that was monitored before hand. There wasn't someone who updated their xci, put their switch in a drawer before Nintendo started banning for it, do a nand restore and then connect online and get banned.

While it was safe to do in the past, the ones who got banned doing it were all caught during the time that nintendo started monitoring it.

Maybe were disagreeing over semantics. All I was saying is there isn't bannable things that Nintendo hangs on to for years to ban later. If something changes and is declared bannable by Nintendo, that's when they begin banning for it in waves. The waves themselves aren't years apart.

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Its not about semantics because that is simply not true. It was never safe to begin with as people were banned for updating .XCI files via OFW way before the banwave but people misleadingly thought it was safe and continued to do so, some people for upwards of a year. Nintendo kept track of that information and decided to ban them en masse. There is no time Nintendo is not monitoring people. The only times are when Nintendo decides to conduct ban waves. And while I was not following the scene that closely, the 3DS had similar banning practices except they never figured out what Nintendo was banning for.
 
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