Welcome to this blog post, I'll be sure to make more for every new SX update. I guess this'll be a series?
So anyways, SX has made a beta update, 2.2 to be precise, with the main feature being USB drive support, that's the explanation segment.
[Why it's badly implemented]
The USB support works, however it will only install NSP files to your nand, or to your SD. This is particularly annoying because most of the time, USB installation would be used for when you run out of space on your NAND or SD card, but you cannot do that for this.
Stolen code is the part where I talk about whether the code is stolen or not... This shouldn't be necessary, but oh well.
(UPDATE) Apparently this *doesn't* use stolen code. Good for them. I assumed they had used the new LibNX update because that's the TX-y thing to do. Sorry for the issue, and next time I'll try to be more... credible, I guess? I won't make assumptions. Promise!
This is another quickly pushed out update to draw in new customers for their product. It isn't even all that good. I'd give this update a 6/10, since it is does some of the stuff it intended to do.
(I've removed the file because I looked over it and I generally just didn't need it there)
Sources: SciresM Tweet.