1. dangobear

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    I've just installed CFW by following switch.homebrew.guide (fusee-gelee method) and everything looks good so far, but I've realised there's a high chance that I'll want a bigger SD card in the future, so it's probably better to swap to a bigger card now, when there's nothing on the current one.

    By following the guide above, I have these backed up:
    Hekate ‘Tools > Backup eMMC > eMMC BOOT0 & BOOT1’
    Hekate ‘eMMC RAW GPP’
    /switch/prod.keys

    After googling I've found two storage upgrade methods - either simply copy everything to a new SD card, or partioning if it's emuNAND(?) I'm not sure which one I have :unsure:

    When I go to Hekate > Launch there are 3 options:
    CFW (SYSNAND)
    CFW (EMUMMC) - I've only used this option
    Stock (SYSNAND)

    What's also confused me is another guide's nh-server.github.io/switch-guide/user_guide/rcm/ two options of "emuNAND CFW (Recommended)" and "sysNAND CFW (Not Recommended)" and choosing "emuNAND CFW (Recommended)" contains an additional step using MiniTool Partition Wizard, which wasn't in switch.homebrew.guide

    As the guide I followed didn't mention partition wizard, am I correct to assume that I don't have emuNAND and can just copy everything to a new SD card?

    According to the github.io link above, one of the pros of using emuNAND is "Pros of using emuNAND over sysNAND CFW: Installing game cartridge dumps without "dirtying" sysNAND, allowing sysNAND to be used online without ban risk."

    Should I be concerned about keeping the sysNAND "clean" and if I don't have emuNAND, is it worth reverting to stock and starting over?

    Basically, I'm very confused atm and would really appreciate any clarification. Thanks! :)
     
  2. Draxzelex

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    Yes, the first guide does not give you emuMMC so you do not have it yet. And its only worth the effort if you see the value in not being banned which is pretty easy to do with emuMMC nowadays anyways.
     
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  3. dangobear

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    I've already figured it out. Thank you though :D
     
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