1. Escape1975

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    Does one or the other have advantages over the other method ?
    I'm using fss0 right now so fusee secondary but just wondering ...
     
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    Hekate has faster loading (by a few seconds) and can seamlessly switch between sysMMC and emuMMC. However, to support the latest firmware with atmosphere, I believe you need to wait for hekate to update (which isn't too long after atmosphere is updated). This is usually recommended one to use.

    Fusee-primary focuses on one of the mentioned MMCs, and is a bit of a pain to swap (need to edit the emummc.ini file). Don't need to worry about this if you only need CFW on one of them.
     
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    Ok, sounds like I'll just stick with fusee-secondary even though I now only run from sysNAND anyways.
     
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    Another thing that wasn't mentioned is that while there are no inherent differences to the boot methods aside from time spent booting, only one homebrew application out of all known homebrew apps will not work with fss0 and that is DZ. But there are plenty of alternative title installers so that is a non-issue.
     
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    Thanks for the info!
     
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