Nintendo Switch firmware update 13.2.1 released, Atmosphere updated to 1.2.6

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Mere hours after Pokémon Legends Arceus was leaked online, a new Nintendo Switch update quietly released. As usual, the menu of the day is as expected, with version 13.2.1 adding nothing but stability. You'll want to refrain from updating if you're running CFW until more is known about this software update.

:arrow: Source: https://en-americas-support.nintend...tch-system-updates-and-change-history#current

UPDATE: Sciresm has released an update to Atmosphere, adding support for this latest firmware.
 

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updated my switch by accident the legit way. funny thing i was using daybreak all this time when i could just do it legit and just installed the latest atmosphere and is working fine.
The reason to use Daybreak is to avoid connecting to Nintendo servers and so you don't burn fuses. But if that doesn't matter to you, then it's fine to use the official updater.
 
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Uhhh, I'm stuck lol. I updated to 13.2.1 and updated Atmosphere to 1.2.6, and now I'm getting the dreaded "Unknown pkg1 version. HOS version not supported!" error message. This is for Hekate, right? On Hekate's github it says the latest supported version is 13.2.0. Any way to undo this mess? Or do I just have to wait for a Hekate update?
downloading and copying the fusee.bin from their hub to payloads fixed it for me
 

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Is Nintendo switch hardware/software sooooo unstable that they require software "stability" updates every month?!?! Lol.... Seriously *facepalm*
 

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Is Nintendo switch hardware/software sooooo unstable that they require software "stability" updates every month?!?! Lol.... Seriously *facepalm*
well, this has been the days of bugs or glitches, because when I came back to the oled switch (was in the middle of playing oot), it had to check whether I could play the game after checking a game on the Mario switch downstairs. anyway, it was taking a while, so I clicked cancel, went into system settings to update, and the system froze for no reason. I don't know if it was due to cancelling that check at the wrong time or what, but I hard reset the system, power cycled it, then turned it on, updated, it had to check the nso n64 again, then the game and game save loaded right up. I've had glitches with the switch and the series x today, which suggests this is going to be a bad day or something.
 
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well, this has been the days of bugs or glitches, because when I came back to the oled switch (was in the middle of playing oot), it had to check whether I could play the game after checking a game on the Mario switch downstairs. anyway, it was taking a while, so I clicked cancel, went into system settings to update, and the system froze for no reason. I don't know if it was due to cancelling that check at the wrong time or what, but I hard reset the system, power cycled it, then turned it on, updated, it had to check the nso n64 again, then the game and game save loaded right up. I've had glitches with the switch and the series x today, which suggests this is going to be a bad day or something.
Is your oled modded?
 

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Nintendo Switch is the easiest CFW jailbreak ever to hacked, lol.
No. Sorry. PSP and 3DS take that cake. 3DS you could update and retain CFW. PSP just required 2 files for every update. No need to worry about bans or SysNAND or EmuNAND or bricks on those systems.
 
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