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Just updated my switch firmware to 9.0 but I cant access the website to get the link for sx os v2.9...
If anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it as I cant boot my switch:(
 

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Just updated my switch firmware to 9.0 but I cant access the website to get the link for sx os v2.9...
If anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it as I cant boot my switch:(
I'm in the UK and while I can't access it on my WiFi home broadband, I can access it fine on my phone via 4g.

Im on Ee.

Could you just download whatever on your phone and just transfer to your pc
 

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Nintendo got the isps not all but the larger ones to block access to tx maxconsole and a few others that are known sources of piracy .
 

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The for browser will also bypass the censorship. This would be free, unlike a VPN . Google it as I'm not allowed to link to it, do to being a newbie ;)
 

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Using tor can legally flag you for issues if hacks are performed via you as an exit node use at your own risk. Tor client or onion routers can be used for nefarious purposes also.
 
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for those in uk, i find best to grab opera web browser, it has a vpn in it free, works great, no fees or signup to monthly service needed! :)

that’s what I use to get round the censorship, also the included vpn works pretty well with torrents

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Using tor can legally flag you for issues if hacks are performed via you as an exit node use at your own risk. Tor client or onion routers can be used for nefarious purposes also.


Heard nothing but bad things about tor, I have no need for it tbh
 

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In the past Tor has been used to track hackers via DNS leaks and back door code . I know a guy years ago who was asking me about dark net access and illegal movie downloads , I advised various incognito methods. He is now in jail , he didnt tell me he was into child pornography but luckily FBI got him as he was using TOR.
 

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I'm in the UK and while I can't access it on my WiFi home broadband, I can access it fine on my phone via 4g.

Im on Ee.

Could you just download whatever on your phone and just transfer to your pc
Can you? I’m on an EE contract on an iPhone 11 4g I cannot access TX website without using the freevpn app.

Edit: I’m very surprised BT gave into the court proceedings considering they own the network alongside openreach, why they did that god knows all I can think is they obviously had no other option. Openreach & BT are still very much in cahoots with each other even though Openreach are supposed to own the network directly but it’s not true BT still have the majority of the control.
 
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Can you? I’m on an EE contract on an iPhone 11 4g I cannot access TX website without using the freevpn app.

Edit: I’m very surprised BT gave into the court proceedings considering they own the network alongside openreach, why they did that god knows all I can think is they obviously had no other option. Openreach & BT are still very much in cahoots with each other even though Openreach are supposed to own the network directly but it’s not true BT still have the majority of the control.
Yup, works fine for me on ee
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