1. The Real Jdbye

    The Real Jdbye Always Remember 30/07/08
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    This is useful, but I do have one feature request: an option to auto-rename files in a folder with serial number and firmware.
     
  2. Mogga666

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    Support for 9.1.0?
     
  3. shchmue

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    thanks for the reminder! done.
     
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    Thanks for this, this tool is awesome! I was trying to figure out how to add 9.1.0 myself, may I ask how you found which .NCA it was to add into the firmware_titles.db?
     
  5. shchmue

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    there are many ways. when a new firmware version comes out i get hactoolnet to output a list of which file name is which title ID and i end up referencing it a lot
     
  6. Garou

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    this is the script I use to find firmware version from cart update partition, you may be able to tweak it for your own use
    https://gist.github.com/garoxas/b6f2db2542250b2b34aeecc3f6fe273e
     
  7. SpicyMcHagis

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    I am having no luck. Combed through this thread but keep getting the following message.
     

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    no space after -b=
     
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    That worked!! thank you very much!!!
     
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    9.2.0 up
     
  11. istovi

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    I installed everything but it won't let me check the files because it cannot find FVI.py. "No such file or directory found". I looked through all the responses in this thread and can't seem to find an answer. What do I do now? I'm on Windows, thanks in advance.
     
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    Having an issue.
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    im using python 3.6.5, Windows x86 Executable from Python site. I'm not using Admin Cmd Prompt. FVI file is in a FVI folder on my desktop, and the paths for the other files are also on my desktop. I am not very savvy with cmd and terminal. Hope this is enough info to help.
     
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    I dumped with biskeydump (v9) on 10.1 and tried

    Code:
    python FVI.py -b=biskeydump.txt rawnand.bin
    
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    Firmware Version Inspector - by shchmue
    Dump is full EMMC raw NAND.
    Loaded BIS keys.
    Found FAT boot sector!
    Scanning root for /Contents/...
    /Contents/ found at cluster 0x3 address 0x148000
    Scanning root for /save/...
    /save/ found at cluster 0x3f01 address 0xfd40000
    Scanning /save/ for System Savegame 8000000000000060...
    Success! Found /save/8000000000000060.
    Scanning /Contents/ for /registered/...
    /registered/ found at cluster 0x5 address 0x150000
    Scanning FAT for fragmentation...
    /registered/ clusters:  ['0x5', '0x2be2', '0x14daa', '0x192ae']
    Buffered 4 /registered/ clusters. Reading filenames...
    Success! Found 197 NCA filenames.
    System Version Title not found!
    
    Does it require a 10.1 update to identify?

    I was unsure if I updated to 10.1 before making a backup (though me and friend is pretty sure we did)..

    I would like to verify so I am sure I can recover my nand backup safely.. Is there any risk to bricking if I attempt to restore and I remembered wrongly about updating first? Or can I simply backup again and restore that in case?
     
  15. shchmue

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    yeah i need to update FVI for the new versions. and there’s no brick risk, if you’re on an unpatched console and you restore a backup even if there’s a fuse mismatch you can still boot CFW
     
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