1. Robotnik360

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    I found some data and content on the SD card from my Nintendo Switch under content and save. When I open content there were files that were 13GB or more and I open the 13GB and 6GB there were folders called (64amdhj34.nca random numbers and letters) and the files were split. Is there a way to merge the files or is there something I can use to get the game like with DumpsterU for the Wii U USB drive? Just in case you guys are wondering why don't I just hack my switch and then dump my games, I only have Switch V2 and it can't be modded yet.
     
  2. barbatos

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    you can't
     
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  3. BigOnYa

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    They are encrypted files. Not much you can do with them. You need a hacked switch to de-crypt them for use on pc. Best you can do is push the game save files from a patched (non-hacked) switch to a non-patched (hacked) switch, then pull the files off sd card to a pc. But no you can not dump games from a patched (non-hacked) switch.
     
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  4. godreborn

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    you can merge any file with the copy /b command. google it if you don't know how to use it. it's just copy /b file1 + file2 filecomplete.
     
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  5. Draxzelex

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    You cannot. Just pirate the games online.
     
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