Emunand Help

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Mikola92, Jan 12, 2016.

  1. Mikola92
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    I successfully downgraded to 9.2 from 10.3 o3ds, installed RxTools, unlinked my sysnand and emunand. Emunand is updated to 10.3. Now I receive the error code 022-2634 when I try to access eShop. How would I fix it so i have eShop access on my emunand. If I have to format my emunand, would I do it from system settings and would I have to take out my sd card while doing so? And is there a way to automatically boot into emunand? Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    well did you have a nnid on the 9.2 sys before you formated?
     
  3. Mikola92
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    Yes
     
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    well then you shud of NEVER FORMATED cus that means your nnid id deled from nintendos servers and idk why the internet sed that you neaded to format your old SYS YOU DONT U CAN KEEP IT thare and it well work fine and now the only whay to get back on the e-shop u nead to format the emuNAND just to del your old nnnid

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    o relly intresting i shud look in to that
     
  6. ihaveamac

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    totally false.

    back up emunand, format it with something like tiny format (so nothing gets deleted from the SD card), set up NNID on it, and restore emunand. done.
     
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    stell becus he formated in the systum seding is his nnid del from the servers???
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    XD ya so he shud have naver formated if he whated to keap his nnid was my point
     
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    "The ID itself will not be deleted."

    also, please use proper spelling.
     
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    hooo i understand now sorry XD
     
  12. ihaveamac

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    @Mikola92 ok, to put it simply:
    1. make a backup of emunand, using something like EmuNAND9 or EmuNAND tool
    2. download this tool, and install the CIA to emunand: https://github.com/javimadgit/TinyFormat/releases
    3. use it, this will format the emunand
    4. set up the new emunand like usual, including internet
    5. go to System Settings, then Nintendo Network ID Settings
    6. set up your NNID
    7. restore your emunand backup
     
  13. Mikola92
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    Thanks Everyone. It worked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    your welcome :) (even tho ihaveamac did evrything)
     
  15. amoulton

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    could I conceivably just grab a new micro sd and do steps 2-6 and then pop the old micro sd back in, rather than going through the backup and restore process

    {edit: yes I can and I did with success!]
     
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