Emunand vs SysNand [A9LH] and how to convert?

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  1. Dracari
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    Dracari GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    whats the benifits to Keeping Emunand under an A9LH setup, and how would i Merge the 2 so that i can keep my saves and games?
     
  2. gunner007

    gunner007 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    There isn't a huge benefit to emuNAND anymore other than maybe a quicker restore/faster turnaround time for messing with things. Also out of region emuNAND and GW use.

    The easiest way is to make a NAND backup of your emuNAND. Then use D9 sysNAND restore option (Keep A9LH) and just flash emuNAND backup. Everything stays as it was.
     
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  3. Lilith Valentine

    Lilith Valentine GBATemp's Wolf-husky™ Melodramatic fool

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    There's no reason to keep the emuNAND anymore. It's a waste space you can use for more games~
    Edit: I am so glad that my 12,100th post was spent shitting on emuNANDs
     
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  4. Dracari
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    Dracari GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    how would i reclaim the 1GB Used up by Emunand? other than backing up the SD and formatting it.
     
  5. koffieleut

    koffieleut GBAtemp Fan

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    I'd suggest using easeus partition to melt the one gb back to your regular partition. Correct me if I'm wrong because I don't use A9hl yet :P
     
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    CrispyYoshi GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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  7. gunner007

    gunner007 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Any partitioning software worth it's salt can merge the two partitions without much extra work.
    If you have spare time and patience, just copy all the files off the SD to your PC and reformat the SD.
     
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