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Ladies and gentlemen, we got him.
Of course. Why follow the rules of people who made it, when you can do whatever you want?
If it's for your own purpose, sure. Otherwise, see you...
Considering that the SX Core is most likely glitching the Switch, it can't be fixed via update.
If you never ran CFW on sysnand, you are safe....
Why would anyone hack an open-source project?
LEGO: "Ok, the set has X number of pieces. We sell similarly sized pieces for Y amount of money."
Ninty: "Make it double and then add a half!"
I guess that people are buying it just to test the horrible game for themselves.
If you never launched CFW on SysNAND then it's definitely safe.
It is very much detectable, but ninty is not doing it.
And are you booting through hekate to stock?
Boot through any custom bootloader and update.
Boot to maintenance menu (vol up & down while booting from hekate) and format your switch.
That might do the trick, but you will lose everything!
You may have a worst case. It's hit and miss when downgrading.
And you don't have EmuMMC?
You don't need sigpatches for homebrew. But as you probably use it for something else, yes, you are gonna need sigpatches (which can be found by...
Try the older atmosphere as suggested above. But 1.0.0 support was always iffy.
Problem solved. He went to the maintenance menu and factory reset the switch. After that he could boot through hekate.
Your best bet is factory reset (but you'd lose everything). By reset, you mean what? (I don't have a switch with me right now)
Reset like factory...
I would say that it's kinda obvious. From there, you can either format (higly recomended), or update (to the latest fw).
But you have to be able...
Boot to hekate and select boot to stock. And as soon as you can, hold both volume up and down (preferably before you even select the boot option)....