1. MSco

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    When I start Pokemon Sword, the system crashes with error 2001--0123 (0xf601) after 1 minute.

    I found an answer to this question, that I have to delete the folder atmosphere/contents/4200000000000010/ . However, after deleting this folder the error still occurs.

    I use atmosphere 12.0 (kosmos), switch firmware 10.0.2 on emummc. The game is a legit eshop downloaded game (downloaded it on sysnand and made a copy of my whole sysnand to emummc. including the installed pokemon sword).

    Here is the crash report:

    Code:
    AtmosphÃẀre Crash Report (v1.5):
    Result:                          0x4A8 (2168-0002)
    
    Process Info:
        Process Name:                ldn.mitm
        Program ID:                  4200000000000010
        Process ID:                  0000000000000082
        Process Flags:               00000137
        User Exception Address:      0000001188ef8000
    Exception Info:
        Type:                        Data Abort
        Address:                     0000000000000008
        Fault Address:               0000000000000000
    Crashed Thread Info:
        Thread ID:                   0000000000000180
        Stack Region:                0000001cbca38000-0000001cbca58000
        Registers:
            X[00]:                   0000000000000559
            X[01]:                   0000000000000559
            X[02]:                   0000006572230890
            X[03]:                   0000006572230890
            X[04]:                   0000000000000559
            X[05]:                   0000006572230910
            X[06]:                   0000000000000159
            X[07]:                   0000000000000002
            X[08]:                   0000000000000000
            X[09]:                   0000000000000000
            X[10]:                   0000000000000000
            X[11]:                   0000000000000000
            X[12]:                   0000000000000000
            X[13]:                   0000000000000000
            X[14]:                   0000000000000000
            X[15]:                   0000000000000000
            X[16]:                   0000000000000000
            X[17]:                   0000000000000000
            X[18]:                   0000000000000000
            X[19]:                   00000065722d1728
            X[20]:                   000000657220fe80 (ldn_mitm + 0xfe80)
            X[21]:                   0000000000000002
            X[22]:                   000000000000ce01
            X[23]:                   000000000000000a
            X[24]:                   0000000000989680
            X[25]:                   0000000000000002
            X[26]:                   0000001cbca500a0
            X[27]:                   0000000000000008
            X[28]:                   a55af00ddeadcafe
            FP:                      0000001cbca4ffe0
            LR:                      000000657220d520 (ldn_mitm + 0xd520)
            SP:                      0000001cbca4ffd0
            PC:                      000000657220d504 (ldn_mitm + 0xd504)
        Stack Trace:
            ReturnAddress[00]:       000000657220e150 (ldn_mitm + 0xe150)
            ReturnAddress[01]:       0000006572212adc (ldn_mitm + 0x12adc)
            ReturnAddress[02]:       0000006572212bac (ldn_mitm + 0x12bac)
    
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  2. Rigle

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    It happened to me after the game update, with some micro shuttering. I disabled ldn.mitm, rebooted and it was working perfectly.
     
  3. MSco

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    @Rigle How do you disable ldn.mitm? What is this?
     
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