Switch NAND upgrade

Discussion in 'Switch - Console, Accessories & Hardware' started by pascoej, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. DestinySky

    DestinySky Advanced Member

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    Yes I did.

    Unable to restore the GPT table, some errors come out.

    Yea will try the nandpart.

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    https://github.com/blawar/nandpart
    Doesn't seems to have a compiled binary that we can use?
     
  2. ganons

    ganons GBAtemp Addict

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    How would one get their xci games on their? FTP?
     
  3. Snomannen_kalle

    Snomannen_kalle GBAtemp Regular

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    This isn't really the thread to ask questions like those; next time you have general Switch questions, I'd reccomend you post them here.

    That said, it depends on what you want to do with your .XCIs -- if you plan on mounting them and playing them with SX OS, then the best way to transfer them is probably FTP if you don't want to move them with an SD card reader on your computer. Else, if you want to install them on your system, I would convert them to .NSP with 4NXCI, and install them via USB with Fluffy and Tinfoil (Adubbz)
     
  4. ganons

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    Who died and made you mod? This is the best thread to ask as what would one do with all that space if they prefer XCI over NSP.
     
  5. Snomannen_kalle

    Snomannen_kalle GBAtemp Regular

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    This thread is about exchanging the NAND chip, not what you put on it.
     
  6. Onlyd

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    The partitions are fat32 on the nands so you might run into issues just ftping a large file. But the installers don’t have an issue getting them off the nand. Once installed to the nand either with sxos or tinfoil there’s no issues with the 4g cap. you can use the nut server/ usb installs from your pc or split your files to get around it.
     
  7. lpoolm

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    nice guide here:
     
  8. Onlyd

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    yes i saw that and he seems to not know how to use NandPart xD
     
  9. lpoolm

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    I have ordered a128gb as was not badly priced, not going to do it in my switch as do not want to buy sxos license again so going to get a faulty switch and fix then experiment on that.
    Should be fun.....
     
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  10. chrisrlink

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    inside your crappy old PC
    what type of EMMC does the switch use i might want mine modded too (can't soilder worth a hoot)
     
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  12. sthetix

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    I tried nandpart, it worked well and i could boot to ofw. just read the guide below or use my video guide
     
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  13. DestinySky

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    My steps are exactly like the video above except the nandpart, because I cannot even reach there.
    I got the error below after restoring nand backup:
    20190605_161059.
    Failed to decrypt Package2 header (master key revision 4)
     
  14. sthetix

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    read this short written text guide

    1. Backup the console's NAND using Hekate
    2. Get your Biskey with TegraRcmGUI
    3. Remove the eMMC module
    4. Install the new upgraded eMMC module
    5. Restore the NAND
    6. Boot it, the console should boot normally
    7. Send memloader payload with a dongle
    8. Make a Gparted live USB drive with Rufus, boot it
    9. Boot Gparted, connect the console to the computer, and refresh the Partition.
    10. Fix the GPT if prompted
    11. Turn off the console, send memloader with windows TegraRcmGUI
    12. Download Nandpart
    13. Install Python, and open Command Prompt as an administrator, run the command, (see my previous post about installing Nandpart)
    14. Run Nandpart, select physical drive, Resize it.
    15. Run Hacdiskmount, select physical drive, press Yes if prompted about emmc, select primary
    16. Mount the USER partition with, use the biskey 3
    17. copy the content of. USER partition to the computer
    18.format the mounted drive using fat32format
    19. copy back the content of the USER partition
    20. Reboot ur console
    21. Done
     
  15. DestinySky

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    It's at step 6 I got the error as per in the picture.
     
  16. Dabman

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    Someone can send link to 256 nand and plate to put nand and plug? (Not ready solution for 150$...)
    Anyway i'm wonder about galaxy note 9 (512) and s10 (512/1tb) solution. If it is in one memory chip or more.

    KLUGGAR1FA-B2C1 1TB
    KLUFG8R1EM-B0C1 512GB
     
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  17. B_N_B

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    I'm also looking for the little board the nand sits on.
    Any luck?
     
  18. Dabman

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    No at all :(
     
  19. B_N_B

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    Hi Onlyd, do you have any idea where i could purchase the memory module board from without the nand chip?
     
  20. toxic9

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    How do you change the chip? Does it require any micro soldering?
    Or is it pluggable?
     
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