Is there an easy way to transfer EmuNAND to a new SD card?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Jair, May 14, 2016.

  1. Jair
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    Jair Advanced Member

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    The guides I've seen use a program to clone the sd to an image and then expand the partition. In my opinion it's fairly simple, but is there an easier way? Has anyone written a tool/script specifically for that? I thought of n1ghty's emuNAND Tool but it seems to require both SDs have an EmuNAND partition and it doesn't seem to support RedNAND.
     
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    hiroakihsu SUPREME LURKER OF THE WORLD

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    Jair Advanced Member

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    Wouldn't that require to dump emunand to file, redo rednand setup on new SD and then restore previous backup NAND to new SD? I wouldn't call it easier, it's about the same.
     
  4. WeedZ

    WeedZ Possibly an Enlightened Being

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    That's as good as it gets, although I'd recommend emunandtool.
     
  5. 3dsn00b

    3dsn00b GBAtemp Regular

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    Wow, you want it to be simpler than this. You really are lazy aren't you. :rofl:
     
  6. Jair
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    Jair Advanced Member

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    I guess it at least doesn't require tools outside the 3DS. Correct me if I'm wrong since I haven't backed up/restored NANDs in a while: If I make the backup as emuNAND.bin it will be saved at the root of the SD right? But when restoring it needs to be inside a "EmuNAND9" folder in the root?

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    Not really about laziness, it's for a friend who now lives far away sadly we can't seem to coordinate our times to use TeamViewer or similar.
     
  7. WeedZ

    WeedZ Possibly an Enlightened Being

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    I'm pretty sure they can be restored from root. I haven't used emunand9 in a long time though.
     
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