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Hello switchMates
I would like to see your answer for my mind questions.. So firstly thank you.

I bought Nintendo switch which can be hacked.
I would like to hack it, but also I would like to keep my switch on original firmware.
Because forum is huge and I would like to know your opinion because you are here much more longer. So I suppose you have a lot of knowledge than me who just started read forum.

I need to know what is best way how to hack my Nintendo and also.
Which is the safest interfaces os sx or atmosphere ?
I like the atmosphere is just open source but I think os xs is here much longer and maybe it is safer ? But I just don’t know . I would like to know your opinion and your advice from you.

I just bought RCMloader and just waiting for it.

My Nintendo is on 8.1.0 I would like to update but I know I can’t until a will got RCMloader and hack it.
I have 256gb sd card.

When I hack NS can I go online ? I suppose not.
Can you post here the best tutorial for me please ? I I have save some YT videos but some one said here is it not up to date.

I want hack because:

I want play games, when I will like it I will buy it.
I want save my games on SD card and loading game from it
Download games directly ( don’t know if is possible )

maybe play music and movies ?

Hope it will help to advice me :-)

THX guys
 
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Hello there!
Glad to see you got your hands on a switch that is hackable.
Before I explain things to you, do not update to 9.0 just yet. it hasn't been supported by CFW and firmware 8.1.0 is your only bet for the time being.
You can set up emuNAND and keep it for your hacking/CFW needs whilst keeping sysNAND clean of CFW/homebrew stuff, hence maintaining a clean environment for online play.
Here's a guide on how to set up emuNAND https://gbatemp.net/threads/how-to-setup-atmosphere-emummc.541060/
I'd recommend you atmosphere over any other CFW is stability and less bugs is that what you want.
But before proceeding with the hacking or running CFW you should make a NAND backup via Hekate.
(are you sure this switch is clean and that CFW has not been ran on it before)
Since you're new to this,grab the kosmos ( atmosphere ) CFW bundle over at this website http://SDSetup.com

For a more elaborate and steo-by-step guide check out this one

https://switch.homebrew.guide/
 

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Thank you NoNand :-) I will check it.
I cant be 100% sure if is clean but i believe it is because it was from girl who didnt know and i pay a lot .. so a believe it is ok.

it is also goo block 90s DNS ?

so 1. make hakete backup
2. make emuNand
3. istal atmosphere
4 update sysNand ?
 

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Welcome to switch hacking O: Videos can help too! It's helped me a lot and whenever there's a switch update there's always an updated video on the matter and what to do.
 

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