How make a SysNAND backup ?

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    Decrypt9 or Hourglass9
     
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    Welcome to WiiU forum
     
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    Dammit. Im sorry, ive done this twice now ._.
     
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    I will try this.
    And why the NAND is in the SD card ?
     
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    Because it's rednand, a copy of your sysnand, on the sd card. That way, you can apply some patches on it, and mess with it, without bricking your wiiU.
     
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    Nice but I don't have a RedNAND. :(
     
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    If you want to backup your sysnand with the current tools:
    Create a rednand (follow the guide above) -> it will dump your sysnand to the sd card.
    Then use the dimok tool to copy the rednand to the PC.

    Yep, that's a pretty bad solution, but i don't have any other ideas for now... X_X
     
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    I think I will wait beacause it's pretty long just to do a SysNAND backup...
     
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    Wait for SALT to release their tools imo. More safe
     
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    Have you an ETA?
     
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    tomorrow or next year
     
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    ETA or not, its worth the wait. SoonTM is what id say ;)
     
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    Your wii u hardware will most likely fail long before they release anythjng.
     
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    Harsh but sadly true.
     
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    Whats out now works perfectly fine. There's a lot of talk and not much action from them "We are implementing a lot of new exciting features and will have extensive brick protection" wank, wank, wank, 99% percent of users just want to play games and emulators of a bloody usb device.
     
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    Or next century. I think it's safe to call team salt vapourware now. But that's fine, the tools available now are good enough for nearly everyone. And still improving!
     
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