Cool. But what I am wondering is how come it's so much faster than mtp-server-nx.I much prefer this one. I am concerned that it's speed means something is wrong. Given the switch's.. "unique" standards I worry this could be causing corruption or something. Probably just better code. Also, why closed source? What 's behind the curtain? Sending personal info? Prod.info perhaps? LOL I Love a conspiracy. All my experiences are good though and it works much better then it's open sourced counterpart. So far..
I'm still using the old version (pink icon, no idea where it's from) and it seems to be the most stable. I've used a "hid patched" version on the past that would not exit (using it handheld, IDK what they "patched" in it) and went back to the old non-open sourced one
Situation: I installed NXMTP to access Switch as a storage device on my PC. At first, I could see the device and the drives, but I wasn't able to write any files onto the SD card (i.e. the Paste function is greyed out). So I thought maybe updating the driver would help, and I ran Zadig to install ibusbK (v184.108.40.206). And now the Switch doesn't even show up in File Explorer anymore when I run Nxmtp.
PC still sees the device and I can still boot via payloader from it though.
Question: Is there any way I can restore the ability to see Switch as a storage device in Windows Explorer? Also, being able to write is also ideal.