[EmuMMC setup Win/Linux]&[Quadboot]

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  1. hellogbatemp

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    same here ! help please
     
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  2. RyanfromWork

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    I though you asked how you can tell the difference between emuMMC and stock?

    Stock, you clearly wont have atmosphere.

    If you are in AMS you are in CFW... if you dont see ams you are on stock.

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    I cant read what you wrote, but i know what youre talking about

    It is regarding the DD part, i accidentally used copy /b boot0+boo1+rawnand.bin.00+.... rawnand14 emuMMC.bin

    When it should be “copy /b boot0+boot1+rawnand.bin emuMMC.bin”. Where i messed up was not creating the rawnand.bin file first, then using that along with the boot0/1 to make the emuMMC.bin file.
     
  3. Bl4ckeagle

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    No I meant the difference between Emunand and Normal Nand...

    2. Question
    Is it possible to just copy the sigpatches or do i have to compile everything by my own?
     
  4. RyanfromWork

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    Ahh! In that case... BUMP! I have the same question...

    I cant even get my 7.0.1 emunand fw to load. I can only get my switch to load into the restored via Hekate 4.0.1 FW (or CFW due to fuses, but it did allow verification of my 4.0.1 FW files arent corrupt)

    I’m hoping the emunand is being used and not dirtying up my clean backup. (Which doesnt matter since it looks like I’m going to be repeating the process once i get things straighten out)

    (Definitely not telling the Devs how to do anything) Where we find FW version then (ams x.x.x - emu) would be a nice hint.


    2. Question

    I honestly assume its similar to before. (I wish i knew how to compile anything beside “hello world”)

    lets pretend you have everything setup exactly as you wanted it. I assume the patches would work as long as youre not on 8.1.0.....
     
  5. Cyan

    Cyan GBATemp's lurking knight

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    unfortunately it's not possible to boot stock with hekate anymore since 7.x

    for the 3, the result is the same yes, it's just how you do it which is different.

    1. doing it manually and starting by writing the emu partition is the hardest, as you'll have to do all the math yourself (dd the bin starting sector 1 size=dump size, edit MBR to add a new partition after the emu position, (partition sector start+sector number), then you can format it.
    2. create 1 partition that you move at the end if your tool allows it, leaving enough unallocated space in the front, then dd starting sector 1
    3. the easiest, creating 2 partitions is faster and easier like the guide on first post, but then you replace the first one with the dump and you edit the MBR manually (or first delete the partition with a manager, it should only edit the MBR and not touch the actual partition content)

    I don't have the command to type from memory for dd to start at 1 with the dump size, but I could deduce it if I have time. someone else will probably post it before me.
     
  6. nopo

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    I cant redump because it's my dump from 6.0 and I'm on 8.0.1 now
     
  7. quincy uryuu

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    I've tried running dd --list through command prompt and power shell, both give me errors about "dd" not being recognized as a function. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

    Edit- I think I figured it out.
     
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  8. eyeliner

    eyeliner Has an itch needing to be scratched.

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    Something odd has happened. I reinstalled a couple of nsps (Hello Kitty Kruisers and Lego Worlds).

    THEY ARE FOR MY DAUGHTER!

    Hello Kitty runsok, but oddly Lego Worlds does not. I have all the content installed as before, but it just throws an error telling that: The app couldn't start. Try again from the Home menu

    Anyone seen this before? It's new for me.

    Thanks
     
  9. quincy uryuu

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    Okay, I got it to work, but now I just get this error every time. Reading the other pages of this thread, I can see that someone else had a similar problem that was fixed by closing things that are attempting to use the drive, but nothing is using the drive right now for me. I assume I just messed up something, so I'm including a screenshot.

    Can anyone help me with this?

    Edit- Figured it out again. Turns out my 31gb partition wasn't actually big enough. It worked after I upped the partition to 32gb.
     

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  10. Purevideo

    Purevideo Newbie

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    I don't know what I'm doing wrong, every time atmosphere boots, it shows error 2011 0301. I followed the Windows guide and have trierd to boot Emunand with and without 0x. Any ideas?
     
  11. NA29

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    finally got this working! thanks for the guide. so, both my sysNAND and my emuNAND both can see the SD Card (the partition that wasn't used for the emuMMC copying) in Data Management. Is that supposed to happen? i'm pretty sure it worked since i have different themes on emu and sysnand and I deleted a game on emu that didn't delete on sys. And of course, emu says Atmosphere. I'm just concerned that if I install a game on the SD card on the emuNAND that this could show up on the sysNAND and end with me getting banned...

    Edit: Oh...if I install games on my emuNAND will it go in the EmuNand folder? and then if I install games on my sysNAND it will go into the Nintendo folder? (I didn't touch the config file apart from the hexadecimal or add any folders, but those seem to have been created on my SD card after booting emuNAND and sysNAND...). And they won't detect games installed in those folders on the opposite nand?
     
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  12. Xw2X

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    What is the difference between Emunand and just using atmosphere in term of playing online ? couldn't you play stock and bought games without emmunand anyways?
     
  13. TariqSoftDev
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    Well NAND dumps should be a 15 part dump if done with a FAT32 card or single rawnand file with exFAT


    Sigpatches?


    Check your single emummc is there and nothing is accessing the drive.


    They use the same SD but different "Nintendo" folder so yes installs are seperate.


    This is a issue with fw below 4.x.x I believe, use a fw above that; keep your clean nand but create a updated version for EmuMMC.
     
  14. cots

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    No one is mentioning the emummc.kip file from m4xw's repo. Every guide I read just says to download and use Atmopshere. So what is the kip used for? Does Atmopshere have the emuMMC code in it that requires the external kip, because I checked the latest version of Atmopshere and it doesn't come with a kip. If it does require you to download the kip then why doesn't anyone mention this in any of their guides?
     
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  15. TariqSoftDev
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    TariqSoftDev ~Zexceil

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    Check SD Files, has them attached; updating it soon for 8.1.0 compat and loose file EmuMMC; I'm leaving out the need for people to compile them else it's a shit fest.
     
  16. cots

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    Okay, what if I want to install it manually aka myself?
     
  17. TariqSoftDev
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    TariqSoftDev ~Zexceil

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    Compile it from m4xw's git, place in atmos.
     
  18. cots

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    Okay. So it is required for emuMMC to work properly. That's all I needed to know. Thanks!
     
  19. TariqSoftDev
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    TariqSoftDev ~Zexceil

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    You need the EmuMMC kip module in atmos, else it's just norm atmos
     
  20. tabzer

    tabzer GBAtemp Regular

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    If you are re-installing nsps, it's best to delete the old record from the system/data management first, or else you'll run into these issues.
     
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