Updated to a9hl - lost my files and saves from my rxtools emunand

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Kapaya, Aug 28, 2016.

  1. Kapaya
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    Hi there!

    So just finished the install on my o3ds and unlike my n3ds I kinda lost all my installed files that was on my rxtools emunand... Is there any way to recover (actually only really care about the Pokemon Omega Ruby save I had). I did copy over my whole SD folder and my games were installed on the emunand, is there a way to recover said saves?

    If not I'm probably a dead man :(


    Edit: Shit, noticed I posted this in the wrong forums :/
     
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  2. Davidosky99

    Davidosky99 Eevee :3

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    Do you have a good emunand backup?
    If so, just restore it with hourglass9 to sysnand and copy the whole Nintendo 3ds folder
     
  3. Kapaya
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    Davidosky99 Eevee :3

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    Use your emunand backup and flash it to sysnand using hourglass9.
    Then restore the nintendo 3ds folder
     
  5. Kapaya
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    Alright, after I've done that, anything else I need to do?

    Edit: Got it working, thanks for the quick help!
     
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  6. Davidosky99

    Davidosky99 Eevee :3

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    Delete your emunand using emunand9 and set luma to autoboot sysnand
     
  7. Kapaya
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    Yeah I had done that step already before and Luma is working fine/fully updated, it was just that my emunand seems to not have gotten restored to sysnand the first time around, but everything seems fine now (Luma current version and system version is sys 11.0.0-33E. I guess everything is correct now, or do I have to do the delete emunand step? (Cause all I did was restore emunand to sysnand)
     
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    You should if you want that extra GB ;)
     
  9. Kapaya
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    Thing is, I've already formatted the SD card throught Emunand9 the first time. Do you really think it's needed again? Cause if I've understood it correctly, all I did now was to restore my emunand into my sysnand and not actually create another emunand, or did it make another hidden partition like it was before?
     
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  10. Temarile

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    IF you previously removed your Emunand, then you're fine. You just restored the backup to your sysnand, no Emunand was created.