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Switch Informations by serial number - READ THE FIRST POST before asking questions

Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by Essometer, Aug 17, 2017.

  1. Odd977

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    Serial: XAJ7005203XXXX
    Firmware: 7.0.1
    Opción de color: gray
    Región: spain
    Tienda: game
    ¿Is patched?
     
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  2. Draxzelex

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  3. npiet1

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    Serial: XAW10106
    FW: 8.0.1
    Region: Australia
    Bundle: Smash edition
    Patched: Yes :(
     
  4. Undwiz

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    Sell it , go to local game store and ask to see serial before you buy .... hell maybe a smaller shop will do a direct trade
     
  5. npiet1

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    I thinking about it, its just its the smash edition console and the Dock is awesome.
     
  6. Undwiz

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    Trade just the Console its self only then. try and you can find away. find a local shop. tell them you will give them the tablet plus $50 to trade.. or put up a ad online will give new switch tablet plus $50 for a tablet under such and such serial number.some one could get a newer switch tablet and $50... not a bad deal
     
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  7. FajitaJohn

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    Serial: XAJ70026
    FW: ???
    Region: Austria
    Bundle: No
    Patched: Considering Serial, probably NOT

    My question is, has anyone of you seen this sticker on the package, like in the picture?
    I was wondering if that was a "refurbished" console or if this sticker was just for the shop (Media Markt)?

    /Edit: I also checked the serial on the console and it's the same like on the package...

    IMG_20190522_102251__01__01.
     
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  8. Dust2dust

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    There was a period of time at the assembly line producing your new Switch, where both patched and unpatched units were being worked on. You got lucky getting an unpatched one. Good for you!
    A deal I wouldn't be interested in, personnally, but yeah, I guess if the person is blissfully unaware that his older console could be hacked, he'd be happy getting a brand new one plus $50.
     
  9. sandog

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    So this is what I have. So from what I'm reading I might have a patched ver correct? So I need to short the 2 pins and check correctt? What is the best method these days? How about using the trinket chips


    XAW100898XXXX
    FW 4.1.0
     
  10. pLaYeR^^

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    Yes, your console is possibly patched. Short the two pins (With a jig or tinfoil) and enter RCM (Press Vol UP + Power when the switch is turned off and hold). The screen should stay black. And don’t get nervous when the screen doesn’t stay black. You can enter RCM on any console doesn’t matter if it’s patched. Simply try again. When the screen is black try to inject hekate with a smartphone, computer or dongle. If your in the hekate menu, your switch is not patched.
     
  11. sandog

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    If its not patched is the trinket chip still the part to use
     
  12. Hayato213

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    Nope , you can't do anything if the unit is patched, Trinket only push the payload you put on the modchip, can't load it if you can't enter rcm mode.
     
  13. sandog

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    [​IMG] Not good right
    Bin I used hekate_ctcaer_4.10.1.bin




    Opened USB device path \\?\usb#vid_0955&pid_7321#5&5852a2d&0&9#{aa0dbd45-3117-f331-5c49-76bf65225042}
    RCM Device with id C080020E000000084557446401101062 initialized successfully!
    Uploading payload (mezzo size: 92, user size: 121599, total size: 187815, total padded size: 188416)...
    Switched to high buffer
    Smashing the stack!
    Smashed the stack with a 0x0000 byte SETUP request!
    Payload successfully injected
     
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  14. Hayato213

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    If you are able to successfully push a payload then you don't have a patched unit, the modchip allow you to run the payload without a dongle, with autoboot and autorcm you can coldboot into CFW.
     
  15. sandog

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    I was worried I thought something was gonna show up on the screen of the switch.. what chip out there works the best?
     
  16. Hayato213

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    Last edited by Hayato213, May 23, 2019
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  17. sandog

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    We have any experienced switch trinket installers in the US

    You can look at the thread above for reference or hire someone to do the soldering work for you.[/QUOTE]
     
  18. sandog

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  19. Hayato213

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    In term of fitting a modchip is the thread I linked
     
  20. sandog

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    sd setup and what not
     
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