how to asses emuLAND.bin in explorer (type windows) ?

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  1. tmactx
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    Hi. Excuse my bad english.
    I wonder how do I see the contents of my emuLAND.bin (type of file explorer).
    If anyone could help me I would appreciate.
     
  2. Technicmaster0

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    What is emuLAND.bin? The new fun park for kids?
     
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    "Excuse my bad english"
    No need to be a dick.
     
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    That's not really connected to English but okay.
    Still I don't understand what he wants.
     
  5. driverdis

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    He wants to see the contents of his "enunand.bin" file from inside Windows Explorer.

    the answer to his question is "No, there is no way to access the contents of the file using Windows Explorer"
     
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    Okay, I confused the extension, sorry.
     
  7. tmactx
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    to open a file and extrar files...
     
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    Ha ha, what a joker!
     
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    Não podes abrir isso e "extrair" ficheiros. Diz-se emuNand, e isso é tipo uma fotografia da memória nand da consola, ou neste caso uma fotografia de uma fotografia dessa nand, que contem a informação precisa para correr o firmware. Apenas podes editar isso com um programa para editar hex, acho eu, por isso o melhor é nem tocares muito nisso.

    Yes, his english is bad, but it's quite easy to understand what the fuck he wants. Stop being such dickheads.
     
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    You can't access the nand from outside of the 3DS environment. It's encrypted and the encryption uses a key unique to each 3DS (And no, none has found a way of extracting the key nor have they cracked the encryption).

    Homebrew might be able to modify stuff on the 3DS, but that's because it's being done on the native hardware via the built in encryption engine and has to use the 3DS to execute those command and such.

    Currently we are limited to full untouched dumps/restores of the encrypted NAND for backup purposes. If there's even any homebrew out there that's able to fiddle with the contents of the NAND, it hasn't been released yet. Smealum found a way of decrypting ROMs, but it looks like it has to be done on the 3DS it self and he hasn't detailed how it's done for obvious reasons. (and if it's not obvious to you, then you lack common sense! :P )