Which nsp are installed to the sd card?

Discussion in 'Switch - Backup Loaders & Modchips' started by Connorsdad, Sep 30, 2018.

  1. Connorsdad
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    Connorsdad GBAtemp Regular

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    I've installed the original nsp files to sd and deleted them.

    Now I have multiple sd cards with multiple nsp files installed on them, how do I know what games are installed on which card?
     
  2. dsrules

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  3. Connorsdad
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    This way you have go through your entire library of switch games to see which are on the sd, is there no way of just scanning the inserted sd card to see which nsp are installed on it?
     
  4. Sharinflan

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    I remember seeing an nsp manager flying around.
     
  5. Connorsdad
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    Connorsdad GBAtemp Regular

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    Backup manager doesn't show installed games.
     
  6. Enj0y

    Enj0y Newbie

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    It shows a little cloud if it’s not on that sd card
     
  7. dsrules

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    the ones that are not on the microsd or sysnand will be at the bottom all showing 0 space used, you don't have to worry about those
     
    Last edited by dsrules, Oct 3, 2018
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  8. Connorsdad
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    Connorsdad GBAtemp Regular

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    Is there no current method of seeing what is installed when the card is inserted in to a pc?
     
  9. Garou

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    this might be able to do that
    if you're willing to do the heavy stuff yourself you can get your sd card seed (use these guides here or here) and get the title id using hactool
     
  10. azoreseuropa

    azoreseuropa GBAtemp Guru

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    Should you format SD to fat32 or exfat or you can do either way ?
     
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