Emunand's SD Card on another 3DS

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Funky.Art, Jun 4, 2016.

  1. Funky.Art
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    Hey everyone ! :D
    I've got a little trouble, so i hope that you can answer me ^^
    My New 3DS XL can't read Amiibos anymore, and i installed 10.3 on my sysnand to verify if it was only an Emunand problem. It is not, so i've used my guarantee to send it back to Amazon, and to get a new one :D The only problem is that i don't know if i can just remove my SD card with my Emunand ( with all my paid games, themes, Nintendo Account ) and when i will get my new one just downgrade it and put my SD Card in. Do i need to backup my emunand to do it ? Or simply swap my sd card will make my Emunand Accessible ?
     
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    The emunand (and sysnand) are encrypted, and it's unique for each 3ds! You have to perform a system transfer between the two 3ds to transfer your NNID, and your data...
     
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    No no, i wanted to say, if i have a seconde 3ds, could i swap the sd card ( installing menuhax to access Reinand ) to use the same emunand that i used before ? Without doing a backup and transfering my emunand to another sd card ^^"
     
  4. James310

    James310 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    That's not how it works, simple way of saying it is Emunands Are special to EACH 3ds so emunand (a) can't work with system (b)
     
  5. Funky.Art
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    Well, i'm screwed ! D: I can't backup my emunand with a pc tool, and just extract all my saves, and dlc ? ^^"
     
  6. evandixon

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    If you have the fat16 xorpads, you can do a manual system transfer. I tried it and it works, but it's a lot of trouble.
     
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    What is a fat16 xorpads?
     
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    If you think of your NAND dumps as password-protected .zip archives, xorpads are basically the passwords that let you unlock various parts (sectors) of your NAND. If you no longer have access to Decrypt9 and/or SaveDataFiler on that particular 3DS, you're unfortunately out of luck...
     
  9. Funky.Art
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    I see, but i don't need it, i've just made a backup of all my backups, so it the most important ! :D Thanks to everyone ! :D