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  1. giovany86

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    Any software (free) recommandation to backup the raw partition (EmuNAND) on windows 10 ?
     
  2. Shadowlurker

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    Sounds good but not sure how to go about it, I notice HBG has a lot of folders and seemingly includes a forked version of atmosphere that I'm not sure I even want to use if necessary, or is the tinfoil folder all I need and I should swap the nro with the patched one?
     
  3. Lacius

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    The tinfoil folder is all you need, and you should swap the nro with the one I provided. You will also need a mod_config.ini, like the one provided here. It also goes in the tinfoil folder.
     
  4. Christian Rosado

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    I tried gettin incognito but the tutorial was using reinx on sys nand. Is there a guide that uses incognito on atmosphere/ kosmos that works on emu nand? something like that? thank you
     
  5. Christian Rosado

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    okay, I was able to run incognito and get my Prodinfo backups. Now what? is this a one time thing I do? Can i just boot up on hekate emu as normally or do I need to do this everytime I boot up? thank you
     
  6. JediAviator

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    Can I do a system transfer all my games save data from my old switch to the new switch lite with out messing with the CFW on the old switch? Don't want to have the switch lite hacked, but I want my NNID and saves to transfer to the new system with out any problems.
     
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  8. Draxzelex

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    Assuming they are booting "Stock" mode, then they are trying to avoid burning fuses but want to boot into a mode without CFW. Stock is not truly OFW as Stock mode through a custom bootloader bypasses the fuse check thereby potentially telling Nintendo you have a mismatched fuse count. However there is no evidence Nintendo currently checks for this.

    1. Warmboot is an exploit that is launched while the console is already on. An example is Deja Vu which is launched through the browser and you cannot launch the browser without turning the console on
    2. Currently, the only CFW that can manage this is SX OS and that is only with .XCI files. They offer support for installing .NSP files from an HDD but they do not allow for installation to HDD
    When you are running CFW, the console's Reboot option is replaced with reboot_to_payload and reboots to the payload named "reboot_to_payload.bin" in your CFW folder.

    Make sure you are running the latest version of ReiNX with ReiNX.bin on the root of your SD card.

    Lower firmware versions have access to potentially better exploits such as untethered coldboot. However since we can update without burning fuses, thereby allowing us to downgrade back to the firmware before the update, there is not much need to stay on lower firmware versions. emuMMC can accomplish the same thing by duplicating your eMMC onto your SD card which you can update freely without burning fuses or AutoRCM.

    The only other clean way to update to firmware 8.1 is by performing a local game update with another console that has a game on a higher version as well as running firmware 8.1

    As long as you are not transferring any hacked/edited save files, there is no risk. After all, majority of bans are console-based not account-based.

    System updates are only required if a game requires that firmware version or if you wish to play online. Firmware version plays no part in accessing the exploit as it is a hardware-based one meaning the software does not affect how the exploit works. I do recommend not updating to firmware 9.0 until CFW & homebrew offer better support for it. If you need a good tutorial, I can recommend you this
    No, simply restore your backup then if your fuse count exceeds the expected count of 4.1, then you will need to enable AutoRCM. If the fuse count matches, then you do not need AutoRCM. You can check the list of firmware versions and their expected fuse counts here and you can check your fuse count with Hekate.

    As long as you are not transferring any hacked/edited save files, there is no risk. After all, majority of bans are console-based not account-based.
     
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  9. Azmort

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    So, after creating my new Emunand (on 9.0) I cannot longer use my carts, Sysnand and Emunand I got an error saying "Unable to start software" I deactivated the Auto no GC option, but it still doesn't work.
     
  10. delta nite

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    I was running OFW on 8.1 and AMS 0.9.3 on 8.0.1 emuMMC.

    I updated OFW to 9.0 through Nintendo's servers and updated AMS to 0.9.4. AMS wouldn't boot emuMMC after updating if I had any cart inserted. I heard 9.0 changed the way carts are read. Does this mean I won't ever be able to play carts on emuMMC again?
     
  11. Zddddd

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    If switch using cfw go online will risk of ban, but why they is homebrew store that allow to download games directly on the switch? Gold leaf also included a web browser. Is there any safe way to use these features?
     
  12. Draxzelex

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    Firmware 9.0 included an update for the gamecart controller that when applied renders the cartridge slot unusable on any firmware below 9.0

    You can use something like 90DNS to block the Nintendo-related traffic but still use non-Nintendo online functions such as the homebrew app store.
     
  13. Garou

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    anybody knows whether play time is tied to game save or user profile? and if there's homebrew to view or better backup/restore play time?
     
  14. Zddddd

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    I see, will look into the 90DNS. I saw someone say can use FTP to transfer file, can you advise me how to transfer screenshots to pc/mobile device without usb connection?
     
  15. Draxzelex

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    I don't really use FTP to move stuff because tools like nxmtp are faster and more stable plus do not require Wi-Fi settings reducing the chances of an accidental update.
     
  16. Zddddd

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    Is it something similar with gold leaf? Where can I get this nxmtp?
     
  17. Draxzelex

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  19. Christian Rosado

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    So I have kosmos/emu nand running on 9.0
    I noticed all my legit games (including downloads) are shown not installed on emu nand cfw. I can only see the icon. Is this normal, how can I access them on emu? Also are we still that problem where cartridges dont work on 9.0? Thanks
     
  20. dizz00

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    Are there any sure ways to know if a brand new switch is hackable? I read the guide, I understand that if fusee glee is unpatched then all fw is hackable, and if it's patched only fw 4.10 and below is hackable. How can I know if at least the fw is below 4.10? Is all old model come with fw below 4.10?

    Edit: Is it better to buy newer model with longer battery life and wait for it to become hackable or nah?
     
    Last edited by dizz00, Sep 23, 2019
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    You can check if your switch is patched here: https://gbatemp.net/threads/switch-...he-first-post-before-asking-questions.481215/
    Don't buy a new switch (extended battery life) if you want to hack your switch.
     
  22. CapCaveman

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    Hey, everyone! It's been a while!

    I never went online with my console, and have a couple of questions related to the registration process for Nintendo Switch Online (NSO).

    As you may know, Twitch Prime is offering a 1-year subscription to NSO, and the deal expires tomorrow (September 24). Since I'm already signed up for Amazon Prime, I wanted to benefit from that promotion.

    My Switch is a launch model that's still running firmware 1.0.0 on its SysNAND/OFW. I use SX OS, and the device is currently running 6.2.0 on the EmuNAND/CFW. A proper, clean backup was made before ever installing SX OS and updating the console (using ChoiDuJourNX, as to not burn any fuses).

    The registration process for NSO must be completed on the Switch itself, using the eShop. From what I understand, to use the eShop, you need to be on the latest firmware, is that correct?

    So, is there any way to update the SysNAND/OFW without burning any fuses? And, if so, would I be able to downgrade back to 1.0.0 later?

    The idea is to go online without any risks (on SysNAND/OFW) and be able to run the eShop, as to complete the NSO registration process and have access to the NES and SNES games available, while still leaving the option open to revert to 1.0.0.
     
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