ReiNX hasn't been updated yet what should I use in the interim

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  1. Lacius

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    These are the wrong patches when using Hekate. My steps above are highly recommended.
     
  2. gamemasteru03

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    Yeah just realized that and deleated my post.
     
  3. TheCyberQuake

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    If you want to use hekate, these are the patches you want
    https://github.com/Joonie86/hekate/releases

    Even if it's "recommended", I'm not keen on telling users to change to something when in this instance it's completely unrelated to the problem. A lot of people want to run hekate for a multitude of reasons, and have "frankenstein" setups. Kinda one of the best features of Atmosphere and it's setup is to customize it to make it your own. So you can just tell everyone to just completely wipe everything and install vanilla atmosphere and fusee-primary, but you aren't really fixing the issue or troubleshooting, especially if said user doesn't want to completely change a bunch of stuff in their setup if there really is no reason to.
     
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  4. Lacius

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    As I already said, using fusee-primary is recommended unless one wants to regularly use Hekate-specific features. Following the steps above are also likely to fix most problems, including the ones described.
     
  5. Dominator211
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    I am way confused tell me what i need to download in order to use Atmosphere
     
  6. TheCyberQuake

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    It only fixes it because it removes everything the user previously had set up and installs fresh vanilla Atmosphere. Which usually there's a reason the user had those custom things set up to begin with. Does it work? Yes. But it kinda defeats the point of atmosphere being modular and customizable. It's faster, but removes a bunch of custom things the user may want installed or may want to use when again, in this case things like the bootloader are completely unrelated to the problem. It's like telling someone to fix their windows PC by always saying to do a fresh windows install. Will it fix the problem? I mean technically yes, but it also removes all of the users customizations in the process, many of which were not the problem.

    Do you use hekate or fusee-primary? I guess to better phrase, what payload do you send to boot cfw on the switch?
     
  7. linuxares

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  8. Dominator211
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    I use hakte yes
     
  9. TheCyberQuake

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    then you use these https://github.com/Joonie86/hekate/releases
    Or try one of the nightly ReiNX builds linked above, though stability may be questionable until it is a proper release
     
  10. mendezagus

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    I don´t think the latest ReiNX builds will work yet:

    @Dominator211 : I´m on the same boat as you man. Please report if you got atmosphere working (on the latest "backups"...)
     
  11. Dominator211
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    Questionable as in it may brick?
     
  12. mendezagus

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    I think more like it´s not going to work properly (it´s not "stable"), but as always: you should backup your nand beforehand in case of a brick (i haven´t done it myself so far, i shoud too...)
     
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