Avoiding bans

Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by isoisoiso, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. isoisoiso
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    isoisoiso GBAtemp Regular

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    If we want to avoid bans, can't we just use a different microsd to play online?
    That's exactly what SX OS' emunand does but my method would me more secure (as long as you don't install .nsps on the nand I guess)
     
  2. Souperman9

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    This is a joke, right?
     
  3. suzsuzuki

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    The fake tickets will be always on nand after a nsp installation. So, no, bad method.
     
  4. Freezerbomb

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    Having homebrew files on your sd card isn't against the TOS. So you won't get banned for that. However, you may get banned if your Switch logs your homebrew activity when you run it.
     
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  6. isoisoiso
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    isoisoiso GBAtemp Regular

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    Did anyone get banned for using a different microsd?
    Afaik nintendo bans you if they detect homebrew stuff/files which you dont have on your microsd
    UNLESS someone got banned for using a different microsd like im suggesting, asking "hurr durrr is diz a joke? im le ebin troll" is beyond retarded
    You should take these kind of tips and use them, especially if youre one of those that cant afford SX OS (and judging by your reply, you probably are)
     
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  7. TheZander

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    You're talking a rather staunch position on an idea that has no legs. And surely someone who has used 2 sd cards had still gotten banned.
     
  8. isoisoiso
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    Who?
    Link me the thread so I can read
     
  9. TheZander

    TheZander King of the Level 7's

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    Go in the banned thread and read pages 3 threw 15 that's the range i remember reading about them. They described the exact scenario you laid out. However age had gotten to me and i cannot recall the username or precise page but if you give those pages a read through you'll definitely see them i can assure you that, my word is bond
     
  10. lufeig

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    wow!

    how come nobody ever thought of switching micro sd cards?

    hundreds of people spending money and time to develop a code, an algorithm, a method, anything to avoid console and account bans.

    the solution was clear, right in front of us: just change the micro sd card.

    congratulations!

    the forum admin can close some topics now!

    LOL
     
  11. YeetedOn

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    Come on now yeah. Do some research before making these posts
     
  12. isoisoiso
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    I did. My research says no one got banned switching microsds.
     
  13. TJHeartnote

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    All you need is emunand.
     
  14. Dvdxploitr

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    How to Avoid Bans: ONLY use Nintendo approved software. The ONLY way to keep yourself safe from bans
     
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  16. YeetedOn

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    Well, please do attach your report that backs up your statement! Do an extensive research to prove your point.
    Until then, I am going to assume your point is shit
     
  17. lufeig

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    oh God

    gbatemp should develop a way to avoid unattended kids from posting

    Switch sd cards to avoid bans. LOL
     
  18. Ashura66

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    Except emunand isn't going to prevent any bans...
     
  19. isoisoiso
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    Except it does because no one got banned for using Emunand
     
  20. Ashura66

    Ashura66 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Except it doesn't because the people using EMUNAND are also using Stealth Mode, even TX says that Emunand shouldn't be used WITHOUT stealth mode because emunand is NOT meant to prevent bans
     
  21. Draxzelex

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    There is a difference between not being banned yet and something being declared safe. People who were banned for using LayeredFS, .XCI, .NSP, or whatever other hack weren't banned immediately; they were banned in waves. And only Nintendo controls when a banwave occurs and who to strike.
     
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  23. frankGT

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    The problem does not reside in the content of the SD card.

    The switch keeps logging what's happening in the system nand, which you can't replace that easely, so illegal software like installed games without valid certificates or homebrew crashes, etc, can leave traces that once uploaded flag your system.
     
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