Hacking Disconnect Emunand from Systemnand (New 3DS)

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Hi guys,
i fromated emunand, updated it to 9.5, turned the New 3DS off, removed the Micro SD Card, fromated the System Nand and put the micro SD Card again in the slot. However, my internet connection always return to the System Nand, what makes me feel unsafe. Someone can give me some tips?
Thanks in advance! :)
 

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Hi guys,
i fromated emunand, updated it to 9.5, turned the New 3DS off, removed the Micro SD Card, fromated the System Nand and put the micro SD Card again in the slot. However, my internet connection always return to the System Nand, what makes me feel unsafe. Someone can give me some tips?
Thanks in advance! :)
Hmmm. Interesting, everytime I format sysnand it wipes out my connection. You could try it again or just manually delete the connection in sysnand.
 
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Hi guys,
i fromated emunand, updated it to 9.5, turned the New 3DS off, removed the Micro SD Card, fromated the System Nand and put the micro SD Card again in the slot. However, my internet connection always return to the System Nand, what makes me feel unsafe. Someone can give me some tips?
Thanks in advance! :)

In SysNAND, fill the connections with fake ones. If you don't, ones from EmuNAND will be written to SysNAND too.
 

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Hmmm. Interesting, everytime I format sysnand it wipes out my connection. You could try it again or just manually delete the connection in sysnand.
I formated the Systemnand again and it seems that the internet connection in Emunand don't get linked in Systemnand anymore. Thank you :)
In SysNAND, fill the connections with fake ones. If you don't, ones from EmuNAND will be written to SysNAND too.
I formated the Systemnand on my 3DS XL before and I don't need to fill the connections with fake ones yet. But a good idea if someone don't want to disconnect the Systemnand from Emunand, for whatever reason lol
 

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Are there any advantages to having your SysNAND and EmuNAND linked..? All I've seen so far is advantages having them un-linked. :unsure:
 

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Are there any advantages to having your SysNAND and EmuNAND linked..? All I've seen so far is advantages having them un-linked. :unsure:

There was that method for installing DSiware that required being linked, but it was only useful if you had actually had the DSiware on that 3DS previously and deleted it.
 

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What is the method for unlinking? Format emunand with Gateway menu and then format sysnand with 3DS settings menu?
 

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What is the method for unlinking? Format emunand with Gateway menu and then format sysnand with 3DS settings menu?


Yup, but remember to take your SD/micro-SD card out before you start otherwise you'll end up formatting both lol
 

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Are there any advantages to having your SysNAND and EmuNAND linked..? All I've seen so far is advantages having them un-linked. :unsure:


You also can't create xorpad files if your NAND's are unlinked. But since the New3DS came out and you likely didn't system transfer to sysnand, that shouldn't be an issue.
 

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You also can't create xorpad files if your NAND's are unlinked. But since the New3DS came out and you likely didn't system transfer to sysnand, that shouldn't be an issue.
It's emuNAND you can't create xorpads for isn't it? So if you system transferred to emuNAND and wanted to dump eShop games or whatever, you still wouldn't be able to.
I know this was a problem with the CTR Multi Decryptor, but I'm not sure if it's an issue anymore with rxTools. There is no mention of it in the thread.
 

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It's emuNAND you can't create xorpads for isn't it? So if you system transferred to emuNAND and wanted to dump eShop games or whatever, you still wouldn't be able to.
I know this was a problem with the CTR Multi Decryptor, but I'm not sure if it's an issue anymore with rxTools. There is no mention of it in the thread.


Right. On OG3DS it was an issue because you would likely have eShop stuff in sysNAND and emuNAND. On N3DS that wasn't really possible though unless you were a really early adopter with 9.2 version code. Still worth mentioning though since it is a caveat.

I'm not sure about rxTools. I was interested in dumping my CIA's but not after I found that one site everyone goes to for them.
 

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