Question installed NSP's still saying update required

Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by PoopusMcDoofus, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. PoopusMcDoofus
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    So I recently installed a bunch of NSP's, and then went through and installed the updates for them. But half of them are still saying that there's an update available. Is there something I'm doing wrong, or some way to get it to stop saying that there's an update available?
     
  2. Ashura66

    Ashura66 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Need more info here. For starters what's your OFW version? Some games require specific OFW versions to run, hence the update nag
     
  3. subcon959

    subcon959 teh retro

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    That can happen if the update was for a different region.
     
  4. PoopusMcDoofus
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    I came from 4.1 and installed reinx, then updated to 6.0 without burning fuses. Sorry it took me so long to respond, had to leave for work shortly after posting my question.
     
  5. Draxzelex

    Draxzelex GBAtemp Guru

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    Are you sure it's not a system update? The latest firmware is now 6.0.1
     
  6. PoopusMcDoofus
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    Yes, I updated it Sunday, and went into settings to check the firmware version and it said 6.0 reinx
     
  7. Lacius

    Lacius GBAtemp Guru

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    If your Switch is/was connected to the internet, the prompt might be for game updates. You might be able to bypass the update dialogue.
     
  8. PoopusMcDoofus
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    I've had airplane mode turned on since last year and only turned on Wi-Fi to update the os. But I didn't install any of the NSP's until after I'd turned the Wi-Fi off. What I don't understand is how the games would even know that there was a newer version available at all, let alone without an internet connection. I'm going to take a look at which region I downloaded the updates for like subs on suggested, but I'm pretty sure I downloaded them for the right region. I'm not worried so much about them being up to date, and I personally don't have a problem just clicking the launch anyways button, but I have multiple young children who aren't as reliable about following directions that I give them (ie., don't ever connect to Wi-Fi with it...)
     
  9. Zic_one

    Zic_one Newbie

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    Same issue here, I just don't understand how a offline switch "know" an update is available for a game? I have a 6.0 switch and use Reinx. My switch is offline since I hack it. I install .nsp with tinfoil and each time I lunch the game I got a message that an update is available for that game. Of course I can lunch the game without updating it, but I would like to understand that to. I know my English is poor :ph34r:
     
  10. Draxzelex

    Draxzelex GBAtemp Guru

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    When .NSP files are installed, there is a theory that a certain file within the Switch simultaneously gets updated letting the console know there are updates for several games as brought up in this thread.
     
  11. thaikhoa

    thaikhoa GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Try to mount SYSTEM using Hacdiskmount with biskey2

    Backup this file 8000...045 to your pc. Or a whole save folder, just in case.

    Delete the file.

    Enjoy.
     
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