Is there anyway to remove a ban ?

Discussion in 'Switch - Console, Accessories & Hardware' started by XxBLUExX, Aug 7, 2018.

  1. XxBLUExX
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    XxBLUExX Advanced Member

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    I was wondering if there is a way to remove a online ban on the Nintendo Switch the error code is 2124-4007 and I know it is a permanent ban but is there a way to get around this ban?
     
  2. Milenko

    Milenko GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    it's permanent
     
  3. TheCyberQuake

    TheCyberQuake Certified Geek

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    Unlike the 3ds, this time it's going to be pretty much impossible to bypass.
     
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    Mr. Wizard Ending the spread of bullshit one thread at a time

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    Pay Reggie $399.
     
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  5. XxBLUExX
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    XxBLUExX Advanced Member

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    I’m not a big online user so it does not really bother me I would rather have free unlimited games than online functionality thank god its not a brick
     
  6. Draxzelex

    Draxzelex GBAtemp Guru

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    From what I understand, they ban the certificate associated with your console which is BURNED into your unit making editing or swapping it out much more difficult.
     
  7. Zyvyn

    Zyvyn GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    only way would be swaping the cert which is currently not possible and seeing how the switch handles it comparted to 3ds it will be much harder to do
     
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  9. Zonark

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    I’m not sure but I am researching this as we speak. I am wondering if the motherboards are somehow married to the unit. I don’t see what they would be tied to yet so it maybe possible to just swap the motherboards, can’t confirm this do to not having a banned switch
     
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