Error 022-2634

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  1. Ziefer846
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    Hi all. I am getting an error 022-2634 when accessing the eShop on my O3DS with A9LH on CFW Sysnand. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Davidosky99

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    are your nands unlinked?
    what's your emunand version?
    are you using rxtools or luma3ds?
     
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    I don't believe I have any emuNAND. I followed Plailect's guide and ended up with sysNAND CFW which is updated to the latest version.
     
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    Can you sign into your NNID?
     
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    Nope, getting the same error. It's definitely an NNID issue. I'm not sure why I'm having this problem as I should have unlinked NANDs after installing A9LH. In fact, Sysnand is the only NAND I should have.

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    Checked that thread. Couldn't find anything concrete. It's likely an issue with linked NANDs but the problem is I shouldn't even have an emuNAND (redNAND).
     
  7. Xenon Hacks

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    This happens when you didn't do a System format to unlink the ID from your previous Sysnand. So in short backup your stuff and do a format.
     
  8. Ziefer846
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    How exactly would I go about doing that? Using D9? Is there a specific section in the Plailect guide that I could redo to fix the issue?
     
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    I'm not sure if Tinyformat would fix this issue but the only sensible thing to do is backup your saves with JKSV and do a system format on the 3DS itself while connected to the internet.
     
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    What exactly would a system format delete?
     
  11. Davidosky99

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    Everything in the Nintendo 3ds folder: games and saves pretty much
     
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    Everything on the card games,saves,DLC,themes except for custom files like your A9LH setup.
     
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    What about cia files on the sd card root? And it won't remove A9LH right?
     
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    No those wont be touched the only thing it will format is the Nintendo 3DS folder
     
  15. LinkSoraZelda

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    Formatting is just an unnecessary time and data waster.
    A simpler solution would be to dump nnidsave.bin (sysNAND Options> File Dump > nnidsave.bin) using Decrypt9 and filling it with trash data (use a hex editor to fill all bytes with FF), then inject the edited save.
     
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    I made a nand backup, did a restore using tinyformat, linked my NNID, and then restored from backup. Getting the same error. Any other ideas?
     
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    Did you try the method above?
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    I ended up doing a tinyformat and then I just didn't restore to the backup. It works fine until I restore it to my backup. I'll just have to reinstall everything.