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Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by gabisenk, Aug 18, 2019.
Check their website. There is a program to update the dongle.
Thank you. Hekate worked and now I'm backing up my switch. It's a whopping 45 gb of backup and I'm sad but it's better that I am doing this first in case of bricking my switch ! I also have another question though, and hopefully the last one. Is there any way to connect to pc via bluetooth or wifi just like the 3ds so that I don't go through the hassle of taking out my sd card again? It's really annoying
You can use Tinfoil (Switch homebrew) + NUT server (PC program) to transfer games (XCI or NSP) from your PC hard drive to your Switch via USB cable. It can also be doable with an FTP server for WiFi but it would usually be slower. Another alternative is GoldLeaf (Switch homebrew) + GoldTree (PC program)
Sorry you must mean transferring the payloads and files other than games.
Goldleaf sounds great. Can it also transfer homebrew apps and roms? This is what I'm more interested in
Goldleaf is for installing nsp directly to the Switch via USB cable without transfering the nsp file itself. For any other file transfer, it's nxmtp or ftpd referred above. (there might be others I'm unaware of).
Edit: Just checked, and I'm dead wrong! Goldleaf can also handle file transfers, it seems. I must try that myself. So yes, Goldleaf might the all-in-one solution to never need to pull out your SD card.
The first one to try. I'll download it through hbapp store and goldtree on pc, and it's over after that
You can use nxmtp to install apps and roms through usb.
HELP I did something stupid. I used lithium to install retroarch through NSP. But when it installed it stays loading and I can't delete it. Anyway to remove it? PLEASE !!
Delete from data management?
How do I do that?
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OMG Thank you. The thread still lives up to the title I guess xD
Do you see where those icons are like news, album etc....? Go to system settings, data management.
Nm guess you figured it out.
By the way. I have a question. Are there any methods to make Nintendo 64 emulation run faster than it actually is xD?
There's nothing to fear about overclocking, overclock in Retroarch main settings and you said you're hold R on an installed game n that other thread those two should give you full speed.
I need the nsp for a new core that runs it faster
how easy it is to install this?
It's easy if you follow a guide.
Will I need a new SD card?