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@antiKk
Last active Apr 22, 2022
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$hactool = "$PSScriptRoot\hactool.exe"
$prodkeys = "$PSScriptRoot\prod.keys"
$firmware = "$PSScriptRoot\Firmware 10.1.0\"
$files = Get-ChildItem $firmware -Filter *.nca
$numfiles = 0
foreach ($file in $files) {
$hacout = & $hactool -k $prodkeys -i $firmware$file | Out-String
if($hacout -like '*Content Type: Meta*') {
Get-Item $firmware$file | Rename-Item -Path $firmware$file -NewName { $_.Name -replace '.nca','.cnmt.nca' }
$numfiles++
}
}
Write-Host "Renamed "$numfiles " ncas"
@Darthsternie
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Darthsternie commented Jul 22, 2020

Great Script!
You might want to replace the hardcoded Paths with this:
$hactool = "$PSScriptRoot\hactool.exe"
$prodkeys = "$PSScriptRoot\prod.keys"
$firmware = "$PSScriptRoot\Firmware"
That way the Script will use the hactool.exe, prod.keys and Firmware Folder from the same path/folder where the daybreak.ps1 is executed in :)

@antiKk
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antiKk commented Jul 22, 2020

Thanks for the feedback!
Excellent suggestion.

@deejay87
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deejay87 commented Jul 22, 2020

Hello, i have test but got "Failed to match key" on every lines (only somes few files is renamed), tested with the prod.keys taken by lockpick , if you know what i do wrong :)
thanks

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Darthsternie commented Jul 22, 2020

Hello, i have test but got "Failed to match key" on every line, tested with the prod.keys taken by lockpick , if you know what i do wrong :)
thanks

Remove all the Keys from the prod.keys where hactool/daybreak.ps1 says "Failed to match key". hactool can't parse every key that lockpick dumps. After doing that it should work just fine.

@deejay87
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deejay87 commented Jul 23, 2020

ok i try this after my coffee ^^ thanks, but however, not all files are renamed from what i see (same from your archives)

@antiKk
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antiKk commented Jul 23, 2020

ok i try this after my coffee ^^ thanks, but however, not all files are renamed from what i see (same from your archives)

It should only rename the files with the meta content type.
I think on the latest firmware it's about 111 files.

@MrPerson0
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MrPerson0 commented Aug 4, 2020

I removed the offending keys from prod.keys where the program says "Failed to match key", but now I am getting "error section 0 is corrupted!" (or 1 instead), but 111 files are still being renamed. Should I worry about said error?

Edit: Redumped my keys and deleted the lines that were showing errors, seems to be working fine now.

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13xforever commented Sep 16, 2020

#!/bin/pwsh
<#
.SYNOPSIS
Script to rename firmware update files to be compatible with Daybreak updater homebrew.
.PARAMETER path
Path to firmware dump.
Default path is current directory from which the script was called.
.PARAMETER hactool
Path to hactool.exe (get it here: https://github.com/SciresM/hactool/releases/latest).
Default path is hactool.exe in the script folder.
.PARAMETER prodkeys
Path to your console prod.keys dump (instrucitons: https://yuzu-emu.org/help/quickstart/#dumping-prod-keys-and-title-keys).
Default path is prod.keys file in the script folder.
#>
param(
    [string]$path = ".\",
    [string]$hactool = "$PSScriptRoot\hactool.exe",
    [string]$prodkeys = "$PSScriptRoot\prod.keys"
)

if (-not (Test-Path $path))
{
    throw "Path to firmware does not exist: $path"
}
if (-not (Test-Path $hactool))
{
    throw "Can't find hactool.exe using path $hactool"
}
if (-not (Test-Path $prodkeys))
{
    throw "Can't find prod.keys file using path $prodkeys"
}

$files = @(Get-ChildItem $path -Filter *.nca)
$total = $files.Length
$c = 0
foreach ($file in $files)
{
    $c++
    Write-Progress -Activity 'Renaming NCAs' -Status "Checking file $c/$total" -PercentComplete ($c * 100.0 / $total)
    $hacout = & "$hactool" -k "$prodkeys" -i "$($file.FullName)" *>&1 | Out-String
    if ($hacout -match '\bContent Type:\s+Meta\b')
    {
        if (-not $file.Name.EndsWith('.cnmt.nca'))
        {
            Get-Item $file.FullName | Rename-Item -Path "$($file.FullName)" -NewName { $file.Name -replace '.nca', '.cnmt.nca' }
            Write-Host "Renamed $($file.Name)"
        }
        else
        {
            Write-Host "Skipped $($file.Name)"
        }
    }
}
Write-Progress -Activity 'Renaming NCAs' -Completed

@deejay87
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deejay87 commented Sep 16, 2020

perfect 13xforever :)

@Pysis868
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Pysis868 commented Apr 22, 2022

For deejay87's "Failed to match key" issue: SciresM/hactool#79.

Also my own little script:

iterateFiles -iname '*.nca' ! -iname '*.cnmt.nca' | while read file;
  if hactool -i "$file" | grep -iP '\bContent Type:\s+Meta\b';
    echo "$file";
  end
end

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