Hekate Ipl

Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by Stoned, Apr 30, 2018.

  1. Reecey

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    How do you use it to convert to raw format?
     
  2. Tommy084

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    I also got 3 errors, i used a recent compiled version.
    Maybe bad blocks??
     

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  3. rajkosto

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    No. if they were unreadable the dump would have failed. They were able to be read on the 2nd try which is why you only see their address once. The eMMC probably just gets tired and fails sometimes :shrug:
     
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  4. jakkal

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    i doubt he'll remotely have a clue what to do with that link
     
  5. _n3o_

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    @rajkosto Thanks for your answer and sorry for my OS, i just need it to work.
    And off course thanks for you work.

    -- edit--

    Edited the file, now it worked fine ... my OS isn't that bad ;)
     
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  6. DogParty

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    Heya, so I used your fork and everything dumper perfectly! I'm running the bash script to make the raw NAND file but it looks like it can't find gpt_prefix.bin. Any idea where I would get that? I imagine the original Hekate? Thanks for your hard work!
     
  7. rajkosto

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    read the 2nd line of the pastebin/sh file for a hint

    Unrelated: formatting your sdcard partition as exFAT with 128KB cluster size makes dumping way faster. My latest fork binary release is at https://github.com/rajkosto/hekate/releases/tag/rel_v3 and seems to be the most reliable of the bunch
     
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  8. Naked_Snake

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    now ive dumped USER can i now convert my 64gb back to exFAT or should i keep it at FAT32?
     
  9. blinkzane

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    I'd advise in splitting the dump in half. Pegaswitch cant handle that large of a dump all at once. Just edit 2 dump files and run them separately. Leave pega after the first and load back up. Make sure your terminal is stretched out and you can see at the debugging end to make sure it dumped. (It should give you two long numbers that are equal) I cant remember exactly though what it says. It will take about an hour all together to dump.
     
  10. MonMonz

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    i already dumped all at once and merged them using cmd is there anyway to make sure its a valid not corrupted dump?
    btw its "29.1 GB (31,268,536,320 bytes)"
     
  11. rajkosto

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    use HacDiskMount and all your bis keys (which you can get via biskeydump) to test/explore the partitions ?
     
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  12. MonMonz

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    Okey i will give it a try thanks for helping
     
  13. Peabutt

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    Mrw I do the RawNand dump on a 32GB SD and the file comes out at 31.3GB
    [​IMG]
     
  14. rajkosto

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    The size in windows file properties should be exactly 29,1 GB (31.268.536.320 bytes)
     
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  15. Peabutt

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    Linux shows it as 31.3GB, still 31,268,536,320 bytes though so everything is good. I wonder why windows shows it as 29.1GB (not that it really matters).
     
  16. xXDungeon_CrawlerXx

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    upload_2018-5-3_2-9-28.

    Yea, my NAND Dump is valid.
    Checked if the hashes matches with the original NAND.
    Tried to inject the NAND back to eMMC. Worked perfectly fine.
     
  17. Stoned
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    How do you nnject the Nand Back?
     
  18. xXDungeon_CrawlerXx

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    dcfldd if=/home/alarm/SwitchNAND_dump.bin of=/dev/mmcblk1 bs=512
     
  19. Stoned
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    Ahh via Linux. I understand. thanks
     
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  20. Loke

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    Hm i never knew linux shows it like that. I do know in windows 1 mb = 1024 bytes. So 31.268.536.320 bytes = 29,121 gb
     
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