Instead of continuing to post in three separate threads about the same thing, here's one thread. I've been trying to copy activity log from one machine to another (both with a9lh, after a botched system transfer that wiped both of them and required restoring a NAND backup on the source machine). Copying Activity Log, Mii Plaza, Mii Maker, and everything in F0000009 causes the "Software Library" part of Activity Log to be correct. The Daily Records part, however, shows *only* the daily records for software--not the daily or total pedometer records, which are now 0. https://3dbrew.org/wiki/PTM_Savegame claims that PTM save (which according to https://3dbrew.org/wiki/System_SaveData is located in 10022) contains the play log for both pedometer and software. JKSM doesn't support backing up PTM. Trying to back it up with FBI is impossible if I use "System Save Data/00010022, producing an error "Failed to open file system archive" and "Resource locked". Howeverm I am able to open CTR NAND/data/(ID)/sysdata/00010022/00000000. I am also able to open the same file in GodMode9. It is unclear why the difference between using FBI these two ways. Also, I still don't understand why there is a file named 00000000 but 3dbrew lists file names like "Pedometer.dat" and "PlayHistory.dat"--are they real filenames? Am I looking in the wrong place for them? (They obviously are not FAT16 filenames.) And why are there two files listed there but there's only one file, the 00000000? Does the 00000000 contain two files somehow, or is 3dbrew just wrong about where PlayHistory.dat is located? Trying to copy the 00000000 file to the second machine's CTRNAND directly (using GodMode9) causes the second machine's pedometer records to be completely wiped. This suggests to me that this is the correct file, but is considered corrupt when directly copied. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to change its checksum and/or reencrypt it. https://www.3dbrew.org/wiki/Savegames may have some information but is beyond my expertise. Does anyone have any clue what is going on here?