Gaming Smash Ultimate update 4.0 on firmware 7.0.0?

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Can I play smash with the newest 4.0 update on firmware 7.0.0? every time I install the update and launch the game it just corrupted? do I need to update my switch?
 
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ChoidujourNX with autoRCM on.
if my OFW is already 7.0.0 doesn't that mean my fuses for previews firmwares were already burnt? is there any point in me even worrying about this?

or can I install a emunand and just use that too play games since that doesn't burn fuses when it updates?

this whole thing is kinda confusing
 

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if my OFW is already 7.0.0 doesn't that mean my fuses for previews firmwares were already burnt? is there any point in me even worrying about this?

or can I install a emunand and just use that too play games since that doesn't burn fuses when it updates?

this whole thing is kinda confusing

Check your fuse count and firmware with Hekate, if your want to preserve your fuse then update with ChoidujourNX, if you update via Nintendo server , it burn your fuse. Fuse rule doesn't apply to emunand, but emunand drain battery faster than Sysnand. Unless you want to use one NAND to play online and one NAND to play all your backup and homebrew stuff, then just use sysnand.
 
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Check your fuse count and firmware with Hekate, if your want to preserve your fuse then update with ChoidujourNX, if you update via Nintendo server , it burn your fuse.
what im saying is wouldn't it be easier to just leave OFW at 7.0.0 and just install emunand and update that to play newer games? updating the emunand doesn't burn fuses right?
 

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what im saying is wouldn't it be easier to just leave OFW at 7.0.0 and just install emunand and update that to play newer games? updating the emunand doesn't burn fuses right?

No emunand doesn't have a fuse rule, only apply to sysnand, if your fuse is low enough and you want to preserve it you can update via choidujourNX, but then again, what is your intention, do you have a clean nand anyway, and what is your fuse count?
 

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if my OFW is already 7.0.0 doesn't that mean my fuses for previews firmwares were already burnt? is there any point in me even worrying about this?
7.0.0 might get a warmboot browser exploit someday in the distant future. If you don't care about that, then there probably isn't any good reason to care about your fuse count.

EmuNAND won't burn fuses, but it's probably not worth the time, effort, or storage space when you can just update your sysNAND using ChoiDujourNX, with or without AutoRCM. You really only need emuNAND if a.) You care about online play, or b.) You have an ipatched Switch.

If you really want to preserve your fuse count but you don't want to use AutoRCM, use emuNAND.
 
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7.0.0 might get a warmboot browser exploit someday in the distant future. If you don't care about that, then there probably isn't any good reason to care about your fuse count.

EmuNAND won't burn fuses, but it's probably not worth the time, effort, or storage space when you can just update your sysNAND using ChoiDujourNX, with or without AutoRCM. You really only need emuNAND if a.) You care about online play, or b.) You have an ipatched Switch.

If you really want to preserve your fuse count but you don't want to use AutoRCM, use emuNAND.
I want to save my fuse count on 7.0 just incase like you said we get a warm boot or something, but I don't want to use autorcm because it's a pain in the ass.

That's why I was thinking emunand setup? leave the OFW on 7.0 delete all games/software taking up space, setup up emunand, update emunand, then install games again?

How much space does a clean emunand generally take up?

I could care less about playing online and I don't think its possible anyways as my sysnand is already dirty
 
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I want to save my fuse count on 7.0 just incase like you said we get a warm boot or something, but I don't want to use autorcm because it's a pain in the ass.

That's why I was thinking emunand setup? leave the OFW on 7.0 delete all games/software taking up space, setup up emunand, update emunand, then install games again?

How much space does a clean emunand generally take up?
An emuNAND takes up 32GB.

You should make the emuNAND without deleting anything. That way, everything transfers over from the sysNAND to the emuNAND. Follow this guide to setup your emuNAND.
 
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An emuNAND takes up 32GB.

You should make the emuNAND without deleting anything. That way, everything transfers over from the sysNAND to the emuNAND. Follow this guide to setup your emuNAND.
I have a 500GB MicroSD so 32gb is not that bad, so your saying leave everything create emunand then go back and clean up nand games to safe some space?

also is emunand just updated normally as if it was OFW though settings? thanks for the link
 

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I have a 500GB MicroSD so 32gb is not that bad, so your saying leave everything create emunand then go back and clean up nand games to safe some space?
Create the emuNAND normally, and then move your backed up /Nintendo/ folder into the new location on your SD card (emummc/Nintendo_XXXX, if I remember correctly) so it can be read by your emuNAND. There is no need to delete anything from your sysNAND, since when it comes to your SD contents, you're just moving everything over.

also is emunand just updated normally as if it was OFW though settings? thanks for the link
If it's a clean emuNAND (you've never used hacks on it and you intend to play online with it), then you should update in the system settings. If it's a dirty emuNAND (you've used hacks on it), then you should update using ChoiDujourNX, and you should not let your emuNAND connect to the internet (without having 90DNS and/or Incognito installed).
 
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Create the emuNAND normally, and then move your backed up /Nintendo/ folder into the new location on your SD card (emummc/Nintendo_XXXX, if I remember correctly) so it can be read by your emuNAND. There is no need to delete anything from your sysNAND, since when it comes to your SD contents, you're just moving everything over.


If it's a clean emuNAND (you've never used hacks on it and you intend to play online with it), then you should update in the system settings. If it's a dirty emuNAND (you've used hacks on it), then you should update using ChoiDujourNX, and you should not let your emuNAND connect to the internet (without having 90DNS and/or Incognito installed).
I never intend to play online, I only want emunand to avoid burning fuses updating to 8.1.0 on Sysnand and avoid autorcm, if I create a emunand then update that emunand normally will it be ok? why do I need to use ChoiDujourNX I thought emunand updates don't burn fuses?
 

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I never intend to play online, I only want emunand to avoid burning fuses updating to 8.1.0 on Sysnand and avoid autorcm, if I create a emunand then update that emunand normally will it be ok? why do I need to use ChoiDujourNX I thought emunand updates don't burn fuses?
If you're using hacks with your emuNAND and you connect to Nintendo's servers, you might get the Switch irreparably banned. Instead, you should use ChoiDujourNX so you don't have to connect to Nintendo's servers. There's also no benefit whatsoever updating through the system settings.

To prevent a ban, you should do one or more of the following:
  1. Keep the Switch offline
  2. Install 90DNS
  3. Install Incognito
Any of these things will also prevent updates through the system settings.
 
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If you're using hacks with your emuNAND and you connect to Nintendo's servers, you might get the Switch irreparably banned. Instead, you should use ChoiDujourNX so you don't have to connect to Nintendo's servers. There's also no benefit whatsoever updating through the system settings.

To prevent a ban, you should do one or more of the following:
  1. Keep the Switch offline
  2. Install 90DNS
  3. Install Incognito
Any of these things will prevent updates through the system settings.
if my sysnand is already dirty and I create emunand doenst that automatically make my emunand dirty?
 

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and I'm assuming there is no way to "clean" a sysnand even I have a backup?
If you have a backup from before you did any hackery, restoring the clean NAND backup will "clean" the NAND.

If you don't have a backup, there are other ways to potentially "clean" your NAND that may or may not be effective, depending on whether or not the logs end up contradicting what Nintendo has on file already for your system.

You should make your emuNAND before cleaning your sysNAND.
 
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If you have a backup from before you did any hackery, restoring the clean NAND backup will "clean" the NAND.

If you don't have a backup, there are other ways to potentially "clean" your NAND that may or may not be effective, depending on whether or not the logs end up contradicting what Nintendo has on file already for your system.

You should make your emuNAND before cleaning your sysNAND.
why should I make my emunand before restoring my sysnand?

also wouldn't the method I used to initially hack my switch in turn dirty my sysnand? I mean I had to hack my switch to setup a nand backup in the first place?
 

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