1. pausuri

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    it might sound silly but next power on try to hold down the power button until you see the green light, give it a go and let us know how it goes
     
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    Did not do much, same boot time.
     
  4. mikeyrockz

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    24 days in transit from sxflashcard =(
     
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  5. Fred Molyneux

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    Yes, after 1 week of use, mine is already getting faster (SX Core on Mariko) quite significantly. I guess it is learning how to glitch best. When you think it is just a 'mod', it is quite nice they made the effort to integrate some kind of A.I. to make it better over time.
     
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    4 days from Ali :) to Cali :)
     
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  7. Jcay015

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    Yeah aliexpress was the move. Took me just the weekend for the chip to come in. DHL for the win. However looking at how small the lite chip is in person made me nervous actually installing it myself
     
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    txswitch ordered on 15th. still not in cali :cry:
     
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    Anyone in the US that does installations on Switch Lite? Will pay for service
     
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    ^ Lol same
     
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    PM Sent.

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    PM Sent.

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  12. bodgy

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    OK just got my 400GB sd card, and I'm still unsure about fat32 vs exfat.

    As I understand it, exfat has more chance of curuption but fat32 has the 4gb file limit to deal with.

    Having never copied any files or backups to a switch before, how painful is the file limit size to deal with?

    My 4 year old will be using it so I can't really expect him to follow procedures regarding proper shut-downs etc and I think curruption would be likely.
     
  13. DPyro

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    Just format it FAT32.
     
  14. pausuri

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    It’s not a big deal at all, believe me.
    My advice would be to use an app called NS-usbloader, this app is Win, Linux and Mac friendly/compatible and allows you to transfer content from you PC to your Switch via usb C cable, to use your Pc as a hard drive and select files to install from your Switch, to split/ merge larger files (specially useful if you use FAT32) etc...

    it’s compatible with the most used installers (Tinfoil and GoldenLeaf) and really easy to use, here’s a tutorial to set up everything properly:

    http://developersu.blogspot.com/2019/02/ns-usbloader-en.html

    Give it a go and I’d strongly advise to use Fat32 over Exfat (to prevent any future corruption issues) and if you use this app you don’t need to worry about the 4GB cap file transfer
     
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    well.. for the win.. 20 or 30 bucks... almost as expensive as the product

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    Although FAT32 is completely worse than exFAT in reallity... Nintendo's implementantion of exFAT sucks, so it's better to use FAT32 in this case, regardless of its limitations

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    I ordered in txswitch and it took 9 natural days to come from China to Spain
     
  16. gomar

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    Does the nand dump work with a 400gb Fat32?
    Also after creating emunand is all the system software hosted on the SD Card (emunand and sysnand)?
     
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    I read pretty much each page of this thread and I guess I‘m ready to order now

    Still I have 2 more questions:
    1. Compared to a PS2 Modchip install on a slim console - do you think the soldering to the caps on a core is easier or harder?
    2. I‘m from Germany - what’s my best option for ordering it right now? Ali+DHL or sth else?
     
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  18. ganons

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  19. linuxares

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    No corruption that you know off.
     
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  20. pausuri

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    SX OS by default creates the nand backup in 4GB chunks so that won't be a problem if you use FAT32

    Regarding Emunand, SXOS mirrors your original nand and creates the emunand files on your MicroSD card so that being said:

    Emunand files => on your microsd card.
    Sysnand => on the internal Switch memory.

    I hope that makes sense to you now
     
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