Hardware dd instead of Win32DiskImager?

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Hi,
Yesterday i updated my regular 3DS by accident,
This evening i'm going to hardware mod it to restore a Nand backup that i got.

I've backuped/restored my Emunand a few times using the dd command in mac.
Can i also use it (the same way) to write to the Nand?
 

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You should be able to just fine. Win32DiskImage is just for Windows while dd is a unix command that can read and write entire drives, and then some.

i.e.
Reading
# dd if=/dev/hdx of=/path/to/image
Writing
#dd if=/path/to/image of=/dev/hdx
 
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You should be able to just fine. Win32DiskImage is just for Windows while dd is a unix command that can read and write entire drives, and then some.

i.e.
Reading
# dd if=/dev/hdx of=/path/to/image
Writing
#dd if=/path/to/image of=/dev/hdx


Thanks, gonna try this tomorrow/this evening.
 

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