1. VargRSBZ

    OP VargRSBZ Newbie
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    Hello everybody,

    i have a little issue :)
    I had a microSD with legit games (eshop) and also Super Mario Odyssey updates.

    With SX OS, i had decided to use a new microSD.

    Unfortunatly, when i want to play to my legit SUPER MARIO ODYSSEY, the switch asks me to download the updates, but i'm banned :)

    Is it possible to transfer the "Nintendo" folder from my previous microsd to the new one ?
    Or do I need to download my updates with CDNSP ?
    and what about my eshop games i don't find on CDNSP ?

    Thx for your help
    Regards
    Varg
     
  2. d12unk13astard

    d12unk13astard GBAtemp Regular
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    Yes I recently just transferred over my Nintendo folder from a 128gb<200gb and everything works just fine all games and saves work perfectly.

    Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
     
  3. wurstpistole

    wurstpistole GBAtemp MVP
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    You can download updated even if you're banned. Doubt you're CDN banned.
     
  4. ichibaka

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    You can use a disk cloning tool that supports extending unallocated space on an exFAT formatted sd card. What you do is clone an old sd card directly onto the new sd card, then because it is an exact clone it will have the exact same size partition as the old card. Here is where you extend the unallocated space leftover on the new card to make the new clone take up the entire available space of your new card.

    Note that the cloning app must support exFAT if you have an exFAT card. Otherwise if it is fat32 then any old cloning tool will work.

    In this way you'll have an exact copy of your old card.
     
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