Recent content by slinso

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    ROM Hack Grand Theft Auto III – The Definitive Edition - Graphics / Options Mod

    Seems pretty smooth on switch. Did you overclock or stock?
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    ROM Hack Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – The Definitive Edition - Graphics / Options Mod

    SSOA will leave a weird shadow behind the car when driving. Is this bug or feature? Other than that. Awesome work!!! //Edit: Same for TAA (all others in Antialiasing working fine)
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    ROM Hack Grand Theft Auto III – The Definitive Edition - Graphics / Options Mod

    Any settings recommendations for best looking, but also having stable high fps?
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    ROM Hack Grand Theft Auto III – The Definitive Edition - Graphics / Options Mod

    just delete me. overclockings are in the picture spoiler sections ...
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    Tutorial Internal modchip - SAMD21 (Trinket M0, Gemma M0, ItsyBitsy M0 Express) Guide, Files & Support

    6hey @mattytrog, when soldering joycon & vol+ i boot automatically in cfw. how do i boot regular in ofw?
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    Hacking RELEASE [Trinket] [Rebug] [Others] [Modchip Software] *NEW* Fusee_Suite UF2 packages

    Thank you for your explanation. If there is no significant bugfix to version 3, i will revert to FUSE_UF2_V3, as i dont need a menu, bat management and stuff like that. Apreciate all your work!
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    Hacking RELEASE [Trinket] [Rebug] [Others] [Modchip Software] *NEW* Fusee_Suite UF2 packages

    hey @mattytrog, first of all, thank you for your awesome work! I do not have the VOL+ strap fitted. V6 is working for me, but i am not able to change the boot logo. Is there a way to set it to off? Last version i used was FuseV3 (https://github.com/mattytrog/Fusee-UF2/tree/master/Fusee_UF2_V3)...
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    Homebrew Question emunand hekate - nintendo scan sd card for cfw folders?

    Having setup new hekate with emunand successfully for online gaming and cfw on emunand. Now that only the emunand partition is hidden and all cfw (atmosphere, emunand, bootloader, switch ...) folders are still on the sd card, i am curious if Nintendo scans outside of the Nintendo folder for CFW...
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    Hacking Question Restore NAND without rawnand.bin

    Having the exact same problem, due to missing archive from splitted/packed rawnand.bin :( NAND backup was taken according Canna's guide (except user partition) without booting a CFW. So basically i can dump my dirty user partition, take the hekate2rawnand.sh script to create a single...
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    Hacking COMPLETED BASIC MODCHIP / DONGLE UF2 SD BOOT FILES. Trinket / Rebug / RCMX86 / Others

    Hey matty, do you update your files with hekate 4.6? Thanks & keep up your awesome work!!!!
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    Hacking COMPLETED BASIC MODCHIP / DONGLE UF2 SD BOOT FILES. Trinket / Rebug / RCMX86 / Others

    For M0 trinket trinket_rebug is working fine. at least mode1 with hekate. Thanks for your great work!
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    Hacking COMPLETED BASIC MODCHIP / DONGLE UF2 SD BOOT FILES. Trinket / Rebug / RCMX86 / Others

    Nono. I try to use the build in hekate. Which i have currently running using those 2 files: 1. Version_1_trinket_rebug_joycon_only.uf2 2. trinket_rebug_hekate_chainloader_beta.UF2 But after flashing (mode2.UF2) nothing will happen until i reflash the old stuff. Maybe i have the wrong files
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    Hacking COMPLETED BASIC MODCHIP / DONGLE UF2 SD BOOT FILES. Trinket / Rebug / RCMX86 / Others

    Means, when i use the non-hekate build, then i can drop hekate on root of SD card without das 0 folder? Would be nice. Anyway. First of all i need to get your new update running. Any clue what i have obisously done wrong?
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    Hacking COMPLETED BASIC MODCHIP / DONGLE UF2 SD BOOT FILES. Trinket / Rebug / RCMX86 / Others

    Hi matty, i tried your update, but just having blank screen. I am coming from (working): - M0 Trinket Adafruit - JoyCon strap only - flashed: 1. Version_1_trinket_rebug_joycon_only.uf2 2. trinket_rebug_hekate_chainloader_beta.UF2 Switch to your new file: flashed mode2.UF2 and getting black...
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    Tutorial Internal modchip - SAMD21 (Trinket M0, Gemma M0, ItsyBitsy M0 Express) Guide, Files & Support

    Sounds good! Thank you Sir for all your hard work!!!
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