1. pLaYeR^^

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    1) Download the DLC as NSP and install it.
    2) I think you can trade offline too.
    3) You can't transfer to OFW (I guess you use it for online) and keep it clean without the risk of ban.

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    You have downloaded the sigpatches for 9.1.0 which are mentioned in the Kosmos 15.1 release?
     
  2. oNe

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    Yes I did at first, but then when I saw it wasn't working I just erased my sd card and redownloaded everything and thus now im stuck. I launch tegra and im in rcm ok but no payload works now. I'm stuck on a black screen and I have no idea what to do now. I have my nandbackup from 8.1.0 but I have no idea what I am doing.
     
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    1) How do I download it as an NSP? And then how do I install it?
    2) trading is like a local trade, just use both switches with pin code in wireless mode?
    3) if we can't transfer to OFW, how can you get pokemon caught in CFW to Pokemon Home - especially if you can't go online in CFW?
     
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    1) Download from google and install with gold leaf.
    2) Yeah, should work. But you can trade without internet connection too.
    3) Trade locally form CFW to original game and put to Pokemon Home?
     
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    1) is there a link?
     
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    Hello,

    By trying to run browse nx, I found that there is a difference between opening hbmenu by pressing r on a game and on gallery ?
    I used to do that on gallery, is it an obsolete method?

    Thanks
     
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    Yes, overriding a game with R allows to start the hbmenu with more permissions and RAM access.
     
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    Yes, applet mode (the album) is absolutely obsolete. Using title override (pressing R on a game) allows for more memory.
     
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    Woh really cool. Thanks !
     
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    I think I found it, so I just download, install it with goldleaf, play with SXOS and then just trade the pokemon's I want to keep to my "legit" switch to then be able to transfer them to Pokemon Home. Does that sound right? So then when the expansions come out is there a way to update the NSP so I don't lose progress, or do I have to start all over again with a new NSP?
     
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    Yes, that's right. When the expansions come out, an update NSP will release which you need to install. Your progress will still be there.
     
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    Cool!, I just transferred my "legit" file to my non-SXOS switch. Now I will get the NSP and play!!! Thanks! I wish I had knew about this sooner, it would have saved me some headaches as well as the loss of my jangmo-o crystal from the double pack, oh well at least I know now. You have been a huge help! Have a great weekend!
     
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    Cool!, I just transferred my "legit" file to my non-SXOS switch. Now I will get the NSP and play!!! Thanks! I wish I had knew about this sooner, it would have saved me some headaches as well as the loss of my jangmo-o crystal from the double pack, oh well at least I know now. You have been a huge help! Have a great weekend!
     
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    I found a site to download from, do I have to purchase to download the file? I tried just the links and I am getting all kinds of pop ups
     
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    So, Draxzelex, this one is probably for you...

    I did what you suggested and have created an emuMMC using SX OS and using Hekate, have successfully migrated it to Hekate for use with Atmosphere.

    I think I know the answer, but just to be sure, I'd like to know exactly how I should go about restoring my Clean Nand backup to sysnand. Do I need to disable emuMMC temporarily in Hekate to avoid the backup being restored to emuMMC instead of sysnand, or does that not matter?
     
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    No because restoring sysMMC and emuMMC are handled by two totally different operations.
     
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    Great, I was hoping for that. Thanks
     
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    I finally would like to get around to updating my SX (to play newer games)...looking for the newest files
    Do I use ChoidujourNX v1.0.2 and SX OS 2.9.2 or beta 2.9.3 and SX Installer 3.02....are those the most up to date working for 9.1.0?
    And I don`t use custom themes.
     
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    The latest files can be found on their website which cannot be linked here. And while the CFW itself supports the latest firmware, not necessarily all homebrew applications do. Although I am not sure which ones do not support firmware 9.1 now.
     
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    been absent for quite some months now, is it safe now to update to 9.0.1 / 9.1.0 now or are still there some apps which have some problems with the update? I have the 9.1.0 update ready to be installed with ChoiDuJourNX but I wanna be sure haha, otherwise I will stay on 8.1.0 for as long as it is needed
     
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    I have downloaded the nsp for Sword, I have SX OS with installer and goldleaf, do I need anything else to add the game to play it? Also do I just add the NSP file to the switch folder?
     
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