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Boy12

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Say a new update would come out (for example, 11.0 or whatever).
I backed up my whole SD, updated my emuNAND but it gave my a black screen.
If I then deleted everything off my SD, and put the backed up files on my now empty SD would that bring back my earlier, working version of emuNAND?

Thanks in advance.
 

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Not exactly, because the problem would be an unsupported emunand, not the other files.

You need to make a bakup of your emunand itself, and If you got a black screen after the update, you would need to restore the emunand
 

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Note that the emunand is stored in a separate partition at the beginning of your SD i.e. it isn't visible from a normal file browser from which you copy fat32 files like you suggested.
 

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If you want to test thing out => use a blank 4GB memory card -> use emunand9tool / multi NAND tool to create EMUNAND => Tiny Format EMUNAND => run EMUNAND and update to test. Much faster than updating your real one then restore it if anything go wrong.
 

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