1. Ratatapa

    OP Ratatapa GBAtemp Fan
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    N3dsU on 9.2 following this great guide http://gbatemp.net/threads/tutorial...ncluding-emunand-coldboot-cia-manager.405589/

    There is 1 thing i'm not sure

    Near the end of emunand he says this

    • Now your NANDs are unlinked and inside the \Nintendo 3DS folder on your microSD should now be two folders with letters and numbers. This is the proof that your NANDs are unlinked.
    • Find the folder that does not have the \dbs folder inside (this is the folder for your SysNAND as you just formatted it), and repeat the steps with import.db and title.db as described above.
      • The other folder should already have the \dbs folder, because you restored your backup to the microSD already.
    I do have the 2 folders with letters and numbers, but I do not have any folder wit ha folder name dbs because I had no backup to restore

    Should I continue the guide or did I fuck up somehwere
     
  2. DesuIsSparta

    DesuIsSparta GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    If neither folder has DBs, then you messed up somewhere. Safest just to restart because you need them or it won't be recognized by FBI (I think)
     
  3. Ratatapa

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    yeah i just did, was scared to format the SD card and screw up, but guess it goes fine
     
  4. Luckkill4u

    Luckkill4u 4 guys in a car ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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    You Forgot
    You can find dbs.zip here https://gbatemp.net/threads/wip-complete-custom-firmware-guide.396349/

    Also next time just post in the thread, dont make a new one...
     
  5. DesuIsSparta

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    So long as your sysnand doesn't become corrupted, it doesn't really matter what happens to the SD card. You can brick your emunand, but it's still not a problem because you can restore from an emunand backup or just start again on sysnand.
     
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