Just got a new SD Card

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Zerok1ller, Oct 15, 2016.

  1. Zerok1ller
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    Sorry if is on the wrong part of the forum, but it has a 3ds question.. I just got https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Sele...68101&sr=8-1&keywords=64gb+sd+card+pro+select and was just wondering if I should use it for the Wii U ( it has a 32gb samsung right now ) or the 3DS ( has same memory as the wii u ). Now if I use it for the 3DS which am heading that way :rolleyes: What would be best program to use to transfer all my files to the new SD CARD? I know, I can't just move everything to the new sd card.

    Thanks again for all the answer! :grog::grog:
     
  2. Boogieboo6

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    If you use your 3ds more, use the new card in it. If you use the Wii U more, use the new card in it.

    If you're using an updated sysnand setup, you actually CAN move everything over to the new card as you regularly would! If you have an emunand, just set up the new card so it can use an emunand, then use "emuNANDTool_1.0.1" to transfer your emunand, then transfer the rest of your files like regular copy and paste.
     
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    Yes I do use the 3DS more, and I am on Latest 3ds update and latest Luma.
     
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    That is.... expensive. I got a brand new Samsung EVO 64GB for about 15€. Any reason you're going with the Pro?
     
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    Okay, take your new card and copy all the files onto it. If you can plug in the new card and the 3ds boots properly, you're golden! If it doesn't boot, you're going to have to use the tool I mentioned.
     
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    I saw the read was 90mb/s and write 95mb/s ( up to ) and was the newest sd card for samsung.. so I got it lol

    OK thanks will try it now.. wont hurt at all i guess.. just wont boot right? :D
     
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    lmao. sure, go ahead. The 3DS' I/O is slow af though. The card's overkill.
     
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