I put biskey keys from another console !! solution ?

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  1. alimao
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    without wanting to get confused and put keys wrong, how can you recover them correct? my switch turns on black screen
     
  2. masagrator

    masagrator File digger

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    biskeydump?
    RCM shouldn't be affected by NAND corruption.
     
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  3. P3T3

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    RCM will boot even with a different nand (meaning different keys) just won’t be able to read the nand becuse keys are wrong.
     
  4. alimao
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    yes come on in in hekate and rcm, if I extract the keys again I will receive the correct keys or lost the unique keys of the console. Is this my doubt?
     
  5. Kafluke

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    Your probably going to have to completely rebuild your nand by putting your switch in rcm and then plugging into your PC and using choidejour (the PC program not the NX version)

    There are many guides for this on here
     
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  7. alimao
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    [QUOTE = "Kafluke, pós: 8560962, membro: 39058"] Você provavelmente vai ter que reconstruir completamente a sua NAND, colocando o seu interruptor no RCM e, em seguida, ligar para o seu PC e usando choidejour (o programa PC não a versão NX)

    Há muitos guias para este aqui [/ QUOTE]

    already did this continue receiving black screen, what side effects of formatting the nand /? is unrecoverable after formatting?
     
  8. Tilde88

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    Look, I hate to break it to you. Unless you have a backup of your ORIGINAL keys, your switch is done forever.

    There is no way to boot your console without matching keys to the hardware. The keys cannot be generated, created, or spoofed otherwise.

    The answer is already posted, stating to rebuild the NAND with choidujour. Although, you need two things for that... your original keys, and a firmware compatible with the original keys and choidujour. Choidujoir does not work up to a certain fir ware.

    Basically, get your original keys. You should have made a backup. There is no guide that does not say to backup. You need your original keys.
     
  9. alimao
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    as I will explain. I want to know if I put the key from another console and use the hekate and extract the biskeys will I always extract the correct keys or the one I inserted into the nand build?

    or no matter what key I always place when I extract it will be the correct and original
     
  10. ZachyCatGames

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    Except you can generate your biskeys

    edit: also as long as you have your prodinfo you can recover from anything
     
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    I have no original key. I inserted any key. now when I extract it. does not work . so unfortunately I lost my keys :(
     
  12. shchmue

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    biskeydump
     
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    You are in trouble!! Serious one.
     
  14. mikexd

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    Let me understand what you did. You already extracted the firmware for choi PC or those are the keys that you are looking for? If this is what you are looking for so you can follow the choi nand rebuild guide then PM me I will upload an extracted firm so you can use it :) Or I can give remote support as well
     
  15. Tilde88

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    yes but OP replaced all his keys from a different system, and has no backup. so the keys he will generate will be that of the wrong system.
     
  16. The Real Jdbye

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    Alola
    Can you even replace the keys stored in the console? I didn't think that was possible, thought they were hardcoded onto the CPU.
     
  17. alimao
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    already extracts already rebuild already done it all


    Can you even replace the keys stored in the console?

    This is my doubt.
     
  18. ZachyCatGames

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    Pretty sure you just need your tsec key and sbk to generate bis keys, which are literally impossible to replace
     
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  19. shchmue

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    that's correct they're generated from hardware info you can't change
     
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  20. linuxares

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    So is their any formula you can make to recreate your biskeys so you can then make a "clean" image and reinstall?
     
  21. Tilde88

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    Yes ofc the keys are in the hw itself. I thought biskeydump worked based off the NAND to pull keys from prodinfo/(f), rather than the mobo/etc.
     
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