System transfer from 9.5 Emunand to 10.1 sysnand?

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  1. Keylogger
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    Is it possible to do a system transfer from a N3DS 9.5 Emunand to a 10.1 N3DS sysnand?
    I think I have to upgrade my emunand to be able to do the system transfer but I can't upgrade up to 9.5+ ...

    Any solution?
     
  2. lemanuel

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    Hmm... only thing I can think of is using a hardmod on your 9.5emu N3DS.
    It would allow you to update your N3DS freely to the latest firmware, do the system transfer and then restoring back the NAND.
    If the files you want to transfer are solely on emunand, you would have to flash emunand to sysnand first on your 1st N3DS. Can't remember if that's possible or not.
     
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    Doesnt Free Multi Patcher allow to spoof FWs? I think i read somewhere that you can do a system transfer with it. But wouldnt it brick your console if you System Transfer an EmuNAND to SysNAND?
     
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    Won't work since he's going from a non-encrypted pre-9.6 system to an encrypted +9.6 system.
     
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    I don't think that's the reason, it has more to do with differences in how the transfer process works I believe.
    But a system on 9.0-9.5 can only be transferred to another system in the range 9.0-9.5.
     
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