Help with getting otp.bin

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  1. Jon O'Brien
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    Restore your 9.2 systemNAND (if your are not in 9.2 sysNAND), then, use EMUNAND9, and setup an emunand on the SDcard (be careful, the card will be formatted)!
     
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    Retore my sysnand to emunand?

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    I don't have a backup of my emunand
     
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    Sorry, I tought you were at part 5 of the OTP Guide. Just setup an emunand on sd card thanks to emunand9.
     
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    I have emunand alreaady thats the thing.
     
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    Ah... That's weird...
     
  7. Jon O'Brien
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    yh
     
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    Try backing it up with Emunand9 instead
     
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    I tried that. Didn't work
     
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    Maybe use the Emunand9 Tool on PC to back it up?
     
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    Can I get a link please?
     
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    Click it and check the bottom of your file explorer. It shows up as 1 byte but could be 256 bytes.
     
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    The size of your emunand? It should be far larger than that. Like, 1GB or more in size.

    You might just have to nuke your emunand and start over, man. You can use homebrew like JK's Save Manager or SVDT to back up your saves and restore them to the new emunand afterwards

    EDIT: Oh, did you mean the OTP? It's 256 bytes in size but sometimes shows up as 1kb in Explorer
     
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    It says 512 bytes
     
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    What is 512 bytes. Your emunand backup? If so, that's completely wrong. I think you've got some kind of bugged out emunand and you should probably remove any data from it that you care to keep, because it's looking like you'll have to nuke that thing from orbit.
     
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    When I launch the emunand tool it says that " unknown nand size.
     
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    You're probably going to have to restart. Your emuNAND partition is probably messed up or you have a faulty SD card.
     
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    re-do your setup, seems like you have a problem with your memory card.
    scan your microsd on pc, reformat emunand with gateway // or decrypt9 for purists

    start from scratch.