So it's clear why they bothered to also add new firmware to the Joy-Cons: to try to fix the majority of drift problems.
Seems like system update fixes some Pro Controller drift problems, and the firmware included in the update does it for the Joy-Cons.
I don't know how Joy-Con's firmware update...
In the video, this guy fixes drift on Pro Controller by pairing a gamecube controller first.
Someone in the comments said it works also for regular Joy-Con.
Could this mean it can be fixable by a system update?
PS: Tried to share this topic on Nintendo SW subreddit and it got insta-deleted...
Then explain to me the recommendation I read here the most: "Going online is safe while you do not cheat".
If they can do this server-side fix, why don't just automatically checking if a game has this private header and, if it doesn't then deny online access?
What about the people who buy...
This is the effort that people have to put now: Install CFW, install FBI, getting a cia from the web, installing it through FBI.
With Xenoblade Chronicles as an example, a huge game, what I said could take 2-3 hours.
Nintendo just blocked the easy comfy and savage way of getting them...
You are very far from screwed. I also installed games through freeshop. Nintendo is not looking for people who once downloaded via freeshop. Nintendo now is just blocking non-eShop accesses to its CDN.
If you don't want to get banned install through cia files and avoid going online.
So CIAs are safe to play them...
- Single Player
- Local Multiplayer
- Update them through 3DS update helper? (You know, that one: "There's an update for this game, press Y to update or A to dismiss and play the game")
... without risk of ban?