So I've been waiting for my SX Pro dongle to arrive while doing some research on this topic and I still have a couple of general questions. So as far as my understanding goes, after the hacking process I'll be left with a hidden EmuNAND partition on my SD card where all of my hacking stuff goes, and an untouched SysNAND where I can go back and play all my legit games online normally. My goal is to minimize ban risk, so my plan is: Backup SysNAND before doing anything, install SX OS on EmuNAND partition and dump all of my offline game cartridges so I can play all of them from CFW, using OFW exclusively for online games. So my doubts are:
- What if I continue playing a game on CFW and then decide to go on back to OFW to play keeping my save file, does that have any risk or is it safe as long as I don't cheat/modify my save file? Or is it fine?
- Regarding fuse burning, I don't think I understand correctly, why should I care not to burn them? Is there any reason I would need to downgrade? Or am I missing something? My switch is not IPatched so I don't see the point.
- Speaking of updating, I plan on updating my CFW using some homebrew, but if I want to update my OFW, Is it perfectly fine to go ahead and boot OFW and update normally via the official servers?
- Anything I need to know about switching between OFW and CFW? Let's assume I'm on CFW and want to boot into OFW, so I turn off my console, take out the SD card (just to be extra safe) and boot into OFW directly? Or do I need to do anything else to be careful, like restoring NAND every time? Then from OFW to CFW, turn off, insert SD, boot into RCM and nothing else?
- I plan to go online on CFW, and I now you can do it somewhat safely by not connecting to the Nintendo servers. I've read online about using 90DNS, something called Incognito and SX OS's built in stealth mode. Whats the exact difference between these 3? Are they compatible, so I can use all 3 for extra safety or using for example stealth mode makes the other 2 redundant as that already covers everything?