Hacking Reflash NAND.bin using raspi 2?

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Hi @ all,

I have seen those 3DS/brickway hardmods using a SD/microSD-adapter to get connected from the raspberry pi to the 3DS, but how would you do that on the pi2 where there is not SD, but a microSD slot?

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Hi @ all,

I have seen those 3DS/brickway hardmods using a SD/microSD-adapter to get connected from the raspberry pi to the 3DS, but how would you do that on the pi2 where there is not SD, but a microSD slot?

Best wishes!
Technically, if you wanted to unbrick a 3DS with a RasPi, you would do it with the GPIO. If you want to do it with a SD adapter, you can do it even on Windows using a direct disk writing tool.

The (Micro)SD on the RasPi is meant to store the OS so there's no way you would rewrite the NAND of a 3DS through this slot.
 

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and this here is a raspi setup I found:

http://flashkarte.blogspot.com/2014/02/unbrick-eines-3dsxl-die-durch-eine-3ds.html

he is using it via SD card adapter. how to do this on a raspi 2? same as above only the adapter Dr.Crygor 07 posted?!
I have never heard about this method. If you absolutely want to do it like that (from what I understand it does not need a NAND dump), yes that's the solution. But if you have a NAND dump, you're better off doing it like I said.
 
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