Hacking CFW Comparison Chart

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As an SX OS, it sucks that SX OS does not support, and likely never will (because it is proprietary and payware - so only their newest modchip products will support that - if anything). Proprietary for-profit software tends to be abandoned in terms of new features much sooner than open source variants. If I had to guess, if TX does end up adding sysmodule support it will be feature locked to their newest modchip products.

But I love the USB drive loading feature so it's the last thing that keeps me on non-free software for the time being. Hopefully that will change one day if/when USB loading is added.
 
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As an SX OS, it sucks that SX OS does not support, and likely never will (because it is proprietary and payware - so only their newest modchip products will support that - if anything). Proprietary for-profit software tends to be abandoned in terms of new features much sooner than open source variants.

But I love the USB drive loading feature so it's the last thing that keeps me on non-free software for the time being. Hopefully that will change one day if/when USB loading is added.
Yes, I have found that feature to be important to some users and the original CFW comparison chart by Team Atlas does not even mention it. Hence creating this chart.

Hopefully SX OS will dump most of their code base someday (like internet explorer did) and become atmosphere + XCI/USB support. Then it would support everything that atmosphere does, including sysmodules but have a superset of features instead of different ones.
 
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