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  1. MickN

    OP MickN Newbie
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    Hi guys,

    One of my switches on OFW 10.1.0
    Running homebrew is not turning on anymore.

    The courses of events that lead to this:
    1. Turned the nintendo switch off
    2. Removed the old SD-card
    3. Put in a new SD-card
    4. aaaand now it's not turning on.

    What i tried:
    1. Putting the old SD-card back in.
    2. A bunch of push the power button and other keys i found around the internet.
    3. With a different battery that i know works

    When i plug in my USB-C voltmeter it measures 0.09a with the original charger.
    This new SD-card though, could it have shorted something inside the console?

    4. Tried leaving it in the charger for 45mins and checked the ampere again.
    Now it measures 0.43, so no quick charge.

    My PC wouldn't recognize it so i thought it wise (it wasn't) to see if the console could format it for me.

    Any ideas of what could have happened or what i can do to possibly fix it?
     
    Last edited by MickN, Aug 29, 2020
  2. Patapon3321

    Patapon3321 Advanced Member
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    Try to check shorts on your MB of your switch. Maybe one of the ics burned
     
  3. SomeGamer

    SomeGamer GBAtemp Guru
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    Did you have AutoRCM installed?
     
  4. m3inard

    m3inard GBAtemp Regular
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    i think it's on autorcm. try to insert jig and let tegra detect.
     
  5. MickN

    OP MickN Newbie
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    Thanks guys. nothing malfunctioning.
    Just my own brain.
    I managed to use TegraRCMGui and get the SX OS boot logo.
    But now i seems stuck there when i use the dongle.
    I have the SX pro dongle

    If i you rcmgui it shows the sx os boot screen, then the nintendo logo shows up and the console shuts down.

    I managed to disable autorcm though hekate
     
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  6. The Real Jdbye

    The Real Jdbye *is birb*
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    You don't need the jig with AutoRCM only the dongle (or USB-C cable and payload sender software), he must have misspoke.
     
  7. eyeliner

    eyeliner Has an itch needing to be scratched.
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    Does your computer detect a usb device if you connect it to a usb port?
    Surely you are in AutoRCM and need to push a payload up through the slot.
     
  8. MickN

    OP MickN Newbie
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    I managed to disable autorcm though hekate

    If i use rcmgui it shows the sx os boot screen when is push the loaser, then the nintendo logo shows up and the console shuts down.

    I opened it up and compared the card reader connector with my legit switch and apparently when i disasembled it earlier i must have bent the connector to the sd-card reader. So i guess i need to buy a new one of those ;)

    However, i tried the working card reader in the hacked one with the hacked sd-card and it still just give me sx os boot screen then nintendo logo and shuts down. so a bit worried there might be more wrong :/
     
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