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Discussion in 'Switch - Hacking & Homebrew' started by iAqua, Aug 1, 2017.
new update, seems like doesn't do much. official changelog
There sure were a lot of updated titles for such a tiny change.
(Unless it's because the update hasn't been fully processed by the ninupdates script, or there's a bug...)
Well, it did also say this:
General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience, including:
(battery display issue, whatever)
So it could still patch out some vulnerabilities.
Or they're trying to obfuscate what titles actually changed.
Oh boy i smell buggy update with buggy exploits. /s
The official changelog is always misleading, we'll need to check out what Ninty really changed.
The "nuclear" option: Rebuild every title, every time. Downside is this increases the download size.
@T-hug Looks like they found a fix for your issue
What do they actually gain with this?
This seems to have always been the way Sony and Microsoft have done it. Nintendo is learning to stop being cheap.
It doesn't give researchers a handout. By doing this it's harder to tell at a glance what titles were actually changed without doing, y'know, research.
I will wait till i get more information ^^
Maybe they patched the secret browser or the JoyCon Tool
Iunno. I'm tempted to update and test, but I'd rather stay on 3.0.0. The JoyCon thing won't be patched because that's part of the controllers and not the system. More likely would be the browser, although I doubt they'd remove it
I Can confirm JoyconTool isn’t patched also This
darn it they patched my hax.... Darn system is to stable for them...
Who the ell is that guy? Is he a known hacker?
Never heard about him
He's not, but still I'd suggest not to update until you get the "it's safe" from a dev.
Have you ever seen the 3DS scene...?
Then you can't say that @astronautlevel isn't a known hacker? Lmao
He's definitely known.......