Hi! i'm new here. I buyed my switch hacked a few days ago with SX OS. I'm using .xci games. This is what I do: -Transfer the .xci game to the SD. -Open gallery, wich it's the SX OS menu. -Go to INSTALLER and install the .xci in my SD, I JUST REALISED that I can open .xci games from the SX OS menu without having to install them, it sucks that you need to open that meny everytime you want to change games but... it is the correct way, right? Installing the .xci and keeping it on the SD takes double the space right? i'm wasting precius storage right? i'm dumb right???... or maybe it does not take double the espace? If I install the .xci do I need to keep the files or can I delete them like a .nsp? Another question, I installed, for example, SSBU this way, and now I want to delete it and use it from the SX OS menu (the way it should be), will my game and/or savedata be damaged? Help, I have no idea what i'm doing! PD: sorry for my bad English, I speak Spanish. UPDATE: I'm triying things with Super Mario Party since it's a small game (3gb). -I installed the .xci of the game, my free space went from 7gb to 4gb. -I deleted the game, the space went to 7gb again. -Started the game from the .xci file in the sxos (album) menu, section GAMES. -The game works perfect. -I close the game and check on my storage, it stills says 7gb, SMP size is 26.5mb instead of 3gb.