Question Questions about installed Tickets via SX Installer 1.0 (Title ID / Name)

Discussion in 'Switch - Backup Loaders & Modchips' started by ILLPLEASA, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. ILLPLEASA
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    ILLPLEASA Advanced Member

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    Hey all,

    Just a few questions that I have been trying to figure out and would appreciate some clarify on. I'll start with a bit of background first then will ask the questions.

    SX Installer has a "Tickets" tab which to my knowledge shows every .NSP file (game/update/dlc) installed on the Switch. Within that "Tickets" tab there are three columns: Title ID, Name, & Type

    Regarding the "Name" column, it seems the only names generated are those of the full .NSP games installed on the Switch. The rest of the tickets show only the "Title ID" alongside a blank "Name". I am assuming those tickets are the .NSP updates/dlc that have also been installed on the Switch.

    1) Is the "Name" column supposed to be blank for all updates/dlcs installed?

    2) Is there a way to get the "Name" column populated with actual names so that I can get a quick description of all the tickets installed on the Switch?
     
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  2. thaikhoa

    thaikhoa GBAtemp Addict

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    Name will be displayed when you have the related nsps or titledb on your sd/hdd.
     
  3. ILLPLEASA
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    ILLPLEASA Advanced Member

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    Thank you @thaikhoa, that helped!

    I was able to place a populated 'titles.US.en.json' file within the proper db folder on my SD and that was enough to list all of the DLC's installed.

    I noticed however that none of the .NSP update files have populated text under the "Names" column. Is this normal? How would I go about getting the names for the .NSP updates listed correctly?

    Is it that my particular 'titles.US.en.json' file is not updated to include these .NSP updates? Or do I need a different file to add alongside this .json file in order to get the names of the .NSP updates?
     
    Last edited by ILLPLEASA, Jan 4, 2019
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