Hardware Injecting NAND.BIN from dumped from old damaged to a new New 3DS XL motherboard New 3DS possible?

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No you can"t use Nand from a different console, don"t try it as it bricks the console. As said do the Mnaual System Transfer if you want to keep your saves and if there was bought content you can call Nintendo to transfer the account to the new console.
 

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Cheaper to buy a motherboard replacement.
...but in that case it'd be a whole new NAND being used; beside the point.

I was just curious, that's all. I remember that someone swapped a new 3DS XL's NAND with a small black new 3DS's (JP) when it wasn't existing in the US.
 
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Correct, ive looked into this before. Its not a common procedure, so there is no templates for the reball. Thus everything being done by hand. Which will cost a bit.
I bet. I took another look at the post I mentioned in my edited reply.

Holy crap, it must be terror to reball those pins and not short even one.

He even shorted two with a machine doing it.
 

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