help me get into e shop plz? error 022-2634

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  1. sprong
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    been trying all day, im on emunand 10.5 and i have the split nands and everything. i tried backing up my emunand, formatting my emunand and getting a new ssnd or whatever and was successful in getting into the eshop that way. but when i restore my emunand i get stuck with the same error code 022-2634. i also tried the freemultipatcher thing and running the eshop through hans and it wouldnt even give me spoofing options. what am i missing guys i just want the new smash dlc.
     
  2. Xenosaiga

    Xenosaiga That one guy that doesn't give a shit anymore

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    heres the deal.

    Backup emunand.
    Format with tinyfomat
    Setup nnid

    Run decrypt9 from homebrew menu and backup nnid from emunand

    Restore emunand
    restore the backed up nnid




    Hope this helped.

    If having trouble I can go into a more detailed explanation
     
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    ill give it a shot
     
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    Xenosaiga That one guy that doesn't give a shit anymore

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    What you will need:
    Tiny Format
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-tinyformat.391635/
    Decrypt9WIP
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/download-decrypt9-open-source-decryption-tools-wip.388831/
    Emunand9
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-emunand9tool-open-source-emunand-formatter-manager.405921/

    1. Backup emunand with Emunand9
    2. Format emunand using tiny format
    3. Setup nnid after format finishes
    4. In Decrypt9 under emunand options, dump nnid
    5. Restore emunand from backup
    6. Inject nnid backup into restored emunand
    This is how I fixed my issue. Hope it helped.
     
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    if you use tiny format to unlink nands in first place you don't have this problem
     
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    hobbledehoy899 Conniption Master

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    You can backup and restore the emuNAND.bin from Decrypt9, elimanating the need for the third program on the list.
     
  7. sprong
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    ok that method worked except for one thing. i lost everything i owned on my emunand. probably because the new id was well...new and it thought i didnt own my stuff. i used the nnid.save btw. is there any work around for this where i can keep my stuff or is this just a side effect i didnt know about?
     
  8. DKB

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    What do you mean you 'lost everything you owned'? You lost all of your CIA you had installed?
     
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    Xenosaiga That one guy that doesn't give a shit anymore

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    I thought that you could. But I was just going by what I used. I didn't want to give instructions with something I hadn't used myself. But maybe it's time I looked more into decrypt9

    Restore emunand backup.

    Make sure you signed into the same nnid you was using.


    Also, I had a scare myself when I did it as I thought everything was deleted off my card too.

    Try turning the system off and back on and see if everything comes back before freaking out.
     
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    oh i didnt actually try linking it with my existing id..... brb:wacko:
     
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    Xenosaiga That one guy that doesn't give a shit anymore

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    New nnid=new ticket.db=no ownership privileges.
     
  12. sprong
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    logic doesnt immediatly strike me sometimes
     
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    Xenosaiga That one guy that doesn't give a shit anymore

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    If logic ever strikes me I'm gonna knock logic out. Lol

    Anyways, hope this helped you get back the eshop
     
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    hobbledehoy899 Conniption Master

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    I think that emuNAND9 should be only used for formatting the SDcard.
     
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    *gasp* it worked!!! it made me re-aquire my nnid for some reason after the restore but after that everything is working fine now. so ya, this method works thanks for saving me from even more wasted time xeno. ur makin teh wurld a better place.
     
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    Thank @d0k3 for making it possible to dump and restore the NNID. Their program made it possible.
     
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    10/10 didn't even need to restore the NNID..for..some..reason..
     
  18. Xenosaiga

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    From what I understand there are mixed results. Some people are immediately able to get back into eshop. I myself had to restore the NNID backup.

    So there's about a 1-in-3 shot of immediate access to eshop just by formatting and restoring.

    But so far I've had a 100 percent success rate doing it my way above.
     
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