[problem] upgrading sisnand to 9.x

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  1. Warrog
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    I had my 3ds on 4.x firmware, when I did all custom firmware things. Then I upgraded the sisnand to 9.x. To do that, I had to format the emunand, (using a clean SD card).
    All went well, but when I put the original SD (which has all my data) the 3ds does not reconace it.
    what I have to do to restore my original data from my original emunand? I have to instal emunand again from the first step? or what?

    I hope I have explained my problem clearly; and sorry for the bad english
     


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    1. Upgrading SysNAND from 4.X to 9.2 DOESN'T need creating new EmuNAND.

    2. Old EmuNAND will not be unable to recognize if you haven't done anything on its data. You must have done something on it.
    For example, upgraded rxTools to rxTools blackjack.

    You had better describe the whole steps what you had done.

    For example:
    1. Copy 9.2 CIAs, Sysupdater CIA, rxTools & FBI injection files to SD-Card-B.
    2. Insert SD-Card-B to 4.X 3DS, run MSET exploit to boot rxTools, then inject FBI to SysNAND H&S
    .......
    And so on.
     
  3. Quantumcat

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    When you format your system, it will no longer recognise the old SD card data. If your emuNAND and sysNAND were unlinked your saves etc will be lost. If they were linked you can create a new emuNAND and it should recognise your data again (since it's creating it based on the sysNAND which the data is compatible with).
    Edit: if you made an emuNAND backup prior to formatting you can restore it
     
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    ON A OLD 3DS.
    1 remove the original SD card and insert a clean SD.
    2 make a safe copy from sisnand
    3 Go to Gateway sploid, using the web browser from 3ds, and proced to format emunand
    4 instal an upgrade program on the 3ds. ()
    5 upgrade the sisnand
    6 Sisnand upgraded to 9.x.

    basically this are all steps I did.

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    My sisnand and emunand are linked.
     
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    Where did you get those steps from?

    If they were linked, just create a new emuNAND and the data on the SD card will work again.
     
  6. Warrog
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    I hoped to say that my friend. I hope to doing that, all my stuff will be resotred

    I expected that to be the solution to my problem.
    I'll do that my friend. Hope to have lucky
     
  7. MelonGx

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    It should be described like this:

    Format SysNAND with Old-SD inserted - SysNAND and Linked EmuNAND save data lost, Unlinked EmuNAND unaffected

    Format SysNAND without Old-SD inserted - SysNAND save data lost, Linked & Unlinked EmuNAND unaffected
     
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    3de rota_1.jpg ok, don´t know what is this?!
    I install emunand again, and the custome firmware. when I put my originals data in the SD, nothing happened; but when I go to 3ds programs, all the programs are there but with an X
     
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    You must have formatted the sysNAND at some point. You can get the games back using CIAngel or TIKdevil to install their tickets. But I think your save data is now lost. Where did you get that guide from anyway?
     
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    apparently from a fucking youtuber fagot.
    if I do all again, and format sisnand before to put all my data? It will work?.
     
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    If you have formatted sysNAND AND emuNAND at some point I'm afraid there's nothing left that will recognise your data. Unless you have a backup of either one from before you formatted?
     
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    Do you have any MOVABLE.SED backup?
    If yes, then inject it into your emuNAND.
    If no, then your saves are gone.
     
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    I had a sysNAND backup but, I made it after format emunand. :/

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    I have all my emunand data on my computer.
     
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    The SysNAND backup doesn't help anything at all since it's made after formatted.

    SD data doesn't help anything at all either.
    What you need is an EmuNAND IMAGE or Movable.SED file EXTRACTED from EmuNAND image.
     
  15. Warrog
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    mmm... I suppose I don't have that thing. no chance to make it now? with the files on my PC
     
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    I did a emunand.bin at the very first begining thinking that i could make an easy data transfer between the SD cards.

    What's gonna happen if I inject it into SD right now? (with the programs apparently "corrupted" as seen in the picture above)
     
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    Is the EmuNAND.bin MADE BEFORE EVERY GAME YOU INSTALLED?
    If yes, then your saves may be saved from re-installing all the ticket.
    If no, then I don't know why it happen.

    By the way, you need to describe more things about Step 4-6.

    Generally, if you upgrade SysNAND on Gateway mode, your 3DS will brick.
    But it doesn't.
    So what have you done to it?
    Need more details.
     
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    3ds fixed.jpg

    OMFG!!!!! OMFG!!!! IT WORK, IT WORK!!!!!!
    I Imported my emuNAND.bin and everything fixed. Thank to old Gods and the new.
    And to you guys, many tanks. I'll never do this again

    And to you guys, many thanks. I'll never do this again
     
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    What CFW have you used?
     
  20. Warrog
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    the upgrade program it call sisUPDATER.cia. There is two method. What I did was, upgrade emunand to 9.2 and, then I used emuNAND tool to make a emunand.bin. then I went to gatehaw exploid and restore sisNAND using my emuNAND.bin. Once it was restore that NAND in the sisNAND. I format the sisNAND. And That was How I made the upgrade.

    My english is to bad. Hope to make me understand.

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    I'm using Rxtools 3.0