Hacking Question RCMloader ONE vs. NS-Atmosphere

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What are the differences between both dongles in regards of battery time and functionality and which one would you recommend?
 

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RCMLoader one is the BEST dongle ever made. Battery is good, it holds 6 payloads in bin format. Plug&Play, Drag&drop... you plug it on PC and it acts like a USB drive. It's small, it's cute, and the Jig is very professional.

NS-Atmosphere requires an external software to flash it. It looks ugly, it's very big... it holds only one payload at a time.
 

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"First, there's been a change to the boards that I managed to incorporate last week before PCBWay started manufacturing. The boards are being made right now and the change hasn't caused any delays. Release is still schedule for late August."

If it doesn't launch in late August, then grab the RCMloader.
 
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"First, there's been a change to the boards that I managed to incorporate last week before PCBWay started manufacturing. The boards are being made right now and the change hasn't caused any delays. Release is still schedule for late August."

If it doesn't launch in late August, then grab the RCMloader.
It was scheduled to release probably around 15 times already and then something came up that could be optimized. Bam, next revision
 

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RCMLoader is great. It holds multiple payloads, updates of payloads are a simple drag&drop, battery is great and it's small. For the price, it's awesome.
 

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Can recommend RCM loader one, It's just plug in, drag the payloads into the correct folder (up to 6) and has different LED colors to indicate with payload you push. The dongle and jig are both good quality and I like that the dongle houses the jig within it.

I also have an r4s dongle which is also pretty nice too but a little harder to set up initially, but it can be set to load payload.bin found on the switch sd root
 

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You could also wait for the DragonInjector, looks very promising :)
Got any info on that? I keep seeing it mentioned but I've yet to see any info whatsoever.
What are the differences between both dongles in regards of battery time and functionality and which one would you recommend?
I don't have a NS-Atmosphere but I'm sure you won't be disappointed with the RCMLoader One. Cool design with a jig that goes into a dedicated slot so it's all contained in one neat little package (and I do mean little), great battery life, all the features you could want and a great price to boot. Even if it was twice as expensive, it'd still be a great buy.
 

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The NS Atmosphere Dongle is nice. You can write the argonnx payload to it. Bam, multiple payloads. The rcmloader is nice, but the buildquality is a little bit cheap imo. But i would recommend both dongles.
 

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The NS Atmosphere Dongle is nice. You can write the argonnx payload to it. Bam, multiple payloads. The rcmloader is nice, but the buildquality is a little bit cheap imo. But i would recommend both dongles.
I can also load payloads from hekate so why argonnx?
 

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