I need help asap!

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by mario-lucis-caelum, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. mario-lucis-caelum
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    So I just got done doing this part of the A9LH guide

    Section II - Backup tickets
    1. Go to “Ticket/Titlekey Options”, then select “Ticket Dump (SysNAND)”
    2. Press (Select) to eject your SD card, then put it in your computer
    Step 1 doesn't explain what name I should chose for the title dump thingy.

    Here are the choices:

    encTitleKeys_sys.bin
    encTitleKeys.bin
    sysencTitleKeys.bin

    What should I choose guys?!
     
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    It doesn't matter whatsoever, though if you're a yar har fiddley dee pirate, you'll end up just pirating every existing ticket that's out there after this is finished with tikshop.
     
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  3. JordenNixNix

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    That really doesn't matter at all.
    It's just a name for the same file you will dumping.

    Just choose one as long as you know it is from your sysnand it's okay.
    I recommand encTitleKeys_sys.bin or sysencTitleKeys.bin.
     
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  4. Akira

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    it doesnt matter as the guys above says. Just proceed on doing whatever is on the guide. Or else pm me XD
     
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    Im stuck again do I need to backup sysnandmin.bin and nandmin.bin??
     
  6. Akira

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    stuck where? Can you give more information?
     
  7. mario-lucis-caelum
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    1. Go to “SysNAND Options”, then “CTRNAND Transfer”, then “Auto CTRNAND Transfer”
    2. Select the 2.1.0 ctrtransfer image when prompted by pressing (A)
    3. If you do not already have a NAND backup, backup SysNAND to NANDmin.bin when prompted by pressing (A)
    Step 3. Do I need to backup sysnandmin and nandmin.bin?
     
  8. Akira

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    yes, do a backup. any name would suffice
     
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    Do I need to backup both or after one backup its done? So confusing.
     
  10. Akira

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    1 back up is enough.
     
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    Thank you! :D

    I'll ask again if I get stuck again

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    Hey man I'm stuck again...

    Im now in 2.1.0 and here are the steps

    1. If it exists, copy the /files9/ folder on your SD card to a safe location on your computer and back it up to multiple locations (such as online file storage); the files inside could save you from total data loss if you break your system
    2. Create a folder named cias on the root of your SD card if it does not already exist
    3. Delete the a9lh folder from the root of your SD card if it exists
      • If you accidentally install arm9loaderhax using another device’s OTP.bin, you will BRICK!
    Heres the thing though the guide doesnt tell me if I should turn off my system and remove the sd card or just remove the sd card while the system is turned on. What should I do?
     
  12. RyDog

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    it doesn't matter, as long as you're in the home menu, you can power off your DS to copy the files over, or just leave it on. if you're in decrypt9, you can press select to unmount the SD.
     
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    The guide recommends that you are using the unmount function in decrypt9 if I remember it correctly.
     
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    Yes it does, on the main menu of decrypt9 you can hit select to unmount the sd card, put it in the computer and modify whatever, and put it back in the 3ds without turning it off.