How do you decrypt the emuNAND partition? Is it possible?

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  1. flarn2006
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    Title says it all. I'd like to be able to look through the data in my NAND. And if it is possible to decrypt it, is it also possible to re-encrypt it with changes so I can use it?
     
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    yes, it's possible :) use the stuff above, you need 4.x right now
     
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    My emunand (which is what I want to decrypt) is 9.4; is it still possible to decrypt it as long as I have access to 4.x? (which I do on my sysnand)
     
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    Yep. As long as the sysNAND and emuNAND are still linked, you can generate the nand fat16 xorpad and it will work on either one.
     
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    What if they are unlinked?
    I know it's impossible to restore emuNAND back to sysNAND. So there's no way to downgrade emuNAND currently, right?
     
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    if you generated the emunand from the sysnand, then they are linked; If after generating the emunand you formatted either sysnand or emunand using the format console option in settings, then they are now unlinked. The version doesn't matter.
     
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    Doesn't matter if linked or not.
     
  9. flarn2006
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    I don't see anything in there that can be used to decrypt NAND. Is there a tutorial somewhere?

    EDIT: Never mind; found one.