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Idstorage data is stored at first raw partition (code 0x1). Use https://gitlab.com/molecule/sceutils/blob/master/extract_idstorage.py to extract.
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Idstorage data is stored at first raw partition (code 0x1). Use [https://github.com/TeamMolecule/sceutils/blob/master/extract_idstorage.py] to extract.
  
 
First 0x20 * 0x200 bytes of the partition is the index table, an array of 2-byte integers, which maps idstorage leaf to idstorage index. To find the index of a leaf, go through the array and note index of the element with the value of the desired leaf. Then, seek to <code>512 * index</code> and read out the leaf data.
 
First 0x20 * 0x200 bytes of the partition is the index table, an array of 2-byte integers, which maps idstorage leaf to idstorage index. To find the index of a leaf, go through the array and note index of the element with the value of the desired leaf. Then, seek to <code>512 * index</code> and read out the leaf data.

Latest revision as of 21:55, 6 January 2019

Idstorage data is stored at first raw partition (code 0x1). Use [1] to extract.

First 0x20 * 0x200 bytes of the partition is the index table, an array of 2-byte integers, which maps idstorage leaf to idstorage index. To find the index of a leaf, go through the array and note index of the element with the value of the desired leaf. Then, seek to 512 * index and read out the leaf data.

All leafs are of size 512 bytes.

Leaf Description
0x80 SMI data: factory firmware encrypted and signed