Question Does Atmosphere 0.8.9 still support OFW 4.1?

deltamind106 May 3, 2019.

  1. deltamind106
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    deltamind106 Member

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    So I've been using SX OS for a while, and thought I'd try out Atmosphere since, you know, TX sucks at releasing updates in a timely manner. I don't know if I'll switch to Atmosphere yet, but I wanted to try it.

    So far, I've not had much luck. I grabbed the Atmosphere release from github and loaded it onto my SD card, which created the folders atmosphere, sept, and switch. It also put the hbmenu.nro in the root folder of my SD card.

    Then I grabbed fusee_primary.bin from Atmosphere's github, and injected it with TegraRCMSmashGui from RCM mode. The Atmosphere splash screen appears, and the console boots. All would appear to be wonderful.

    However, when I press the "Album" button in the switches home screen, it doesn't go to the homebrew menu. Instead it goes to the normal switch stock album screen. So I got the Atmosphere boot splash screen, and the switch's system menu says "Current version: 4.1.0 (AMS 0.8.9)". So I know for sure that Atmosphere is loaded and running, but then the album button doesn't access homebrew.

    What am I doing wrong? Why can't I get to the homebrew menu?

    Tools I'm using:
    FAT32 formatted SD card
    Atmosphere 0.8.9 deployment from Atmosphere-NX's github
    fusee_primary.bin from Atmosphere-NX's github
    TegraRCMSmashGUI 2.5 from eliboa's github

    The files on my SD card are:
    SD:/Nintendo/* <non-CFW stuff in here>
    SD:/hbmenu.nro
    SD:/sept/payload.bin
    SD:/sept/sept-primary.bin
    SD:/sept/sept-secondary.bin
    SD:/sept/sept-secondary.enc
    SD:/reboot_to_payload.nro
    SD:/atmosphere
    SD:/atmosphere/BCT.ini
    SD:/atmosphere/fatal_errors
    SD:/atmosphere/fusee-secondary.bin
    SD:/atmosphere/hbl.nsp
    SD:/atmosphere/hbl_html
    SD:/atmosphere/hbl_html/accessible-urls
    SD:/atmosphere/hbl_html/accessible-urls/accessible-urls.txt
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/02D5ABAAFD20C8B0633AA0DBAEE0377EF526CE6AD2AC6F2CAD7180CE69E74311.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/06E90719595A010C6246FF70946F10FB367A00BBD8B7D8D1F25CCE0B458D7E89.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/10B2D81605488599DF2242CB6BAC2DF1E2BCAB3BC19DC5CD63DB6FAEC0947097.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/2ADBE97E9B5F41779EC95FFE2699C93305D6A69D465CF597D67465CD69BACCE8.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/2CCE659CEC536A8E4D91F3BE4B74BED302613F1E442581FD863708E39112DB50.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/330553F6B5FB55C4C2D7B736240276B3EAD664DA79826FA936F99803B6C28F3B.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/3A574D436186191D1788EB2C0F076B11737132EBB1484CF906B6A8EB3B1BF459.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/549B0F8D6F72C4E9F3FD1F19EACE4A5A1DA2D5C393F74224F8BC09DE4AAA4217.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/76F87402C9387C0F0A2FAB1B45CEBB93E3E9695C7CFD390F00509B1204101C24.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/8096AF7C6A35AA8271F3916995413B0B64CE03BD9BBFEB26F2B3E01C5427C69E.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/A6F27AD9AC7C73AD419B63B23E785A0CD7AA9DC1A63C57D10049423DE7B77E2C.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/B2F5176B3548364D079A29B141A23B06AFFF5A98055576D5F337A621C0233CE3.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/CE3ECBA2F2F062F575F8F360842B32B432340DD2C7590CDEFC03E51B844AE805.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/kip_patches/default_nogc/DBD941C0C53C52CCF7202C84D8E0F78013A3684D8AB5D128096674A8F7755B3D.ips
    SD:/atmosphere/loader.ini
    SD:/atmosphere/reboot_payload.bin
    SD:/atmosphere/system_settings.ini
    SD:/atmosphere/titles
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/010000000000000D
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/010000000000000D/exefs.nsp
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000032
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000032/exefs.nsp
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000032/flags
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000032/flags/boot2.flag
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000034
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000034/exefs.nsp
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000036
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000036/exefs.nsp
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000037
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000037/exefs.nsp
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000037/flags
    SD:/atmosphere/titles/0100000000000037/flags/boot2.flag
    SD:/atmosphere/automatic_backups
    SD:/atmosphere/automatic_backups/XAW70016270032_PRODINFO.bin
     
  2. yaymuffins

    yaymuffins Newbie

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    May 1, 2019
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    You need to press the R1 button at the same time you press A to enter the album menu.
     
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  3. Badablek

    Badablek GBAtemp Regular

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    Jan 23, 2006
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    Hi,

    you need to hold R while launching Album. This behavior is like this since v0.8.6 :


    The default behavior for loader's HBL support was changed.
    • Instead of launching HBL when album is launched without R held, loader now launches HBL when album or any game is launched with R held.
     
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  4. shchmue

    shchmue GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Dec 23, 2013
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    you can reverse it in the loader.ini config, but i don't recommend it, as default behavior is to also be able to override titles for full RAM usage, which is useful for certain emulators, and if you reverse it, you will have to hold R to normally launch a game instead of hbmenu
     
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