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I just update my OFW on my Sysnand to 7.0.1 and i got a Emunand using SX OS in 6.1.
Since the update to 7.0.1 and i couldn't boot...
Got the same issue, i updated yesterday my OFW in 7.0.1 and i got a EmuNand in 6.2 and i wanted to launch SX OS but no success.
Did you try to...
Ok so how should i proceed ?
How would you do ?
Oh ok so :
i can set up an Emunand right now with my 6.1 hacked Switch using SX OS
Restore my clean Nand
Use choixdujourNX to be...
The thing i don't get it is :
How can you update to 6.2 using ChoixdujourNX and play online with legitimate games without anyproble while you're...
Reallly ??? ChoixduJourNX does not support 6.2 ? I saw tons of tutorials claiming so ???
So ur saying that you can only update to 6.2 with...
And how can i possibly update using ChoiduJour if i restore a clean nand backup ?
It'll boot into OFW directly ?
What happens when you restore your Nand ? Your console just boot up as normal once it's done ?
I'm totally lost guys...
All i want is just to update my hacked Switch in 5.2 to 6.2 and create a SDEmuNand so i can have a clean Sysnand to play...
Once i update my hacked switch with a clean Nand, should i backup it again once i'm doing the 6.2 update ?
No i meant before setup Emunand
And i’ll be able to update my firmware without any risk of ban ?
Ok :) thanks
And will i need the dongle from SXOS to boot or once my Nand is restored i can boot my Switch normally ?
So it's okay if i do a restore of my Nand with .nsp files on my SD card or should i better remove them ?
What will happen once my Nand will be...
Even on the SD Card ?
Will restoring a clean Nand will erase everthing (nsp backups installed etc...) on my SD card ?
Should i restore my clean NAND before doing a SDemunand ?
"If your SysNAND is currently not clean but you do have a clean SysNAND, you should restore that prior to going online. When you do that should be...
I should make myself more clear :)
To eventually use my OFW for playing legitimate games online. Should i back up my "clean" NAND before doing an...