RELEASE MM-LINX - Super Mario Maker 2 Level Injector

Discussion in 'Switch - Emulation, Homebrew & Software Projects' started by blawar, Jul 1, 2019.

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  1. blawar
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    Not only would the switch hacking scene have heard about battery replacement bricks on newer consoles, the entire legit switch community would have known and raised a huge fit. The fact is, battery replacement does not brick you, and the battery calibration stuff is just not that important. I bet its mostly to do with battery life.

    Additionally, if the battery calibration values are just loaded from a PC via a LUT, it should be trivial for you to figure out which parameters are sent, and run it through a large enough collection of prodinfo's to extract the LUT.
     
  2. SciresM

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    The first half makes a good argument, however, I wasn't saying it would brick you, I was saying it could cause hardware damage. If it's really the case that batteries don't suffer from having incorrect voltage parameters written to them, that would surprise me -- but I'm not unwilling to accept it. Really, any documentation at all here rather than anecdote would be much appreciated, because taking risk with user hardware on anecdotal arguments seems unwise to me.

    And it's not taking configuration from a lut, I don't think. It's writing what it receives directly. I disagree with your points about the factory tool in general -- it doesn't seem to me at all a vector for recovering info for units that have lost it.
     
  3. DuveltjeDG

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    What about a new update for MM-LINX or Atmosphere for that matter :grog:

    It's truly a nice thing to look at how devs have different opinions.

    Let's all go out to a nice café to drink some beer ok?
     
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  4. mendezagus

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    Sorry to bother you Blawar with a (probably) dumb question but didn´t you say levels can be installed from SD, https, usb, etc? why is a server needed in this case?

    The app seems great, i will try it soon.
     
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  5. Mthodmn101

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    convenience
     
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  6. gameaholic2k

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    Can we extract and install the levels from the sysNAND if we're launching it from an emuNAND CFW?
     
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    You're honestly 100% oblivious to how hilariously hypocritical you sound on a regular basis, aren't you?
     
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  8. blawar
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    No, emunand is 100% isolated (or should be).
     
  9. gameaholic2k

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    Then how do we safely extract online levels?
     
  10. blawar
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    you could mount the nand with memloader + hacdiskmount, then extract the save with hactoolnet
     
  11. OkazakiTheOtaku

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    Is there a way to configure the app to install to the "downloaded courses" section of the game instead of the created levels area?
     
  12. blawar
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    Soon, this is a lot more complicated since nintendo wants me to write some other files too. The other file was reversed, im just being lazy.
     
  13. chaoskagami

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    ReiNX existed months before the first public stable release of atmosphere. This is an important distinction. It does not in any way predate atmosphere's codebase on github. If you knew what you were doing, it was possible to run atmosphere before ReiNX even existed by compiling it yourself. If you even bothered to check, you'd see that all the code for system modules in ReiNX is in fact based on atmosphere (and it's out of date compared to upstream, as well.)

    ReiNX and ReiNAND are not remotely similar. It's like comparing apples and oranges; all the code is different. For that matter, if we were basing legitimacy of a person's claims or software on whether a person developed a 3DS CFW, then my claims would have as much weight as Rei's. But that's not relevant here, because this is about Switch CFWs.

    I'm also curious what these so-called issues are; you can't say something has issues without naming said issues. That's disingenuous. It's a fact that ReiNX is based on atmosphere's core, and it's also a fact that atmosphere's code predates ReiNX.

    And I disagree with your bullshit about SciresM. He's maintaining atmosphere like any open-source project should be maintained - code quality first, features second. I for one, greatly respect his work in keeping atmosphere from turning into a pile of hacks. If you have a problem with that, you evidently don't understand the positives behind managing it like so (and honestly, the documentation for atmosphere is really good.)
     
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  14. Goffrier

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    unrelated but tinfoil 1.70 is out and it can install firmwares nsp's

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    that feature has been tested
     
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  15. Mthodmn101

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    now if only sx installer would get an update since i like to install from usbhdd :-/

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    time to test
     
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    you can install from usbhdd with tinfoil too
     
  17. Mthodmn101

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    i have 1.62 currently on my switch and it doesnt show usbhdd as an available protocol
     
  18. gizmomelb

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    with the in-depth devs conversations I always like a group of titans have just wandered through and the rest of us realise what lowly plebs we are.

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    then download version 1.70
     
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  19. Y0sh1

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    I'm waiting for this "soon" :)
     
  20. werker

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    EDIT: Never mind. Solved.
     
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