Question SXOS 2.0 EmuNAND Help

Discussion in 'Switch - Backup Loaders & Modchips' started by shanefromoz, Sep 23, 2018.

  1. shanefromoz
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    I have my Nintendo Switch on 5.1 currently
    If i add EmuNAND do i just log in with EmuNAND then update it to version 6.0? How do i log in with EmuNAND as opposedto normal CFW?
    Thank you
     
  2. chrisrlink

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    inside your crappy old PC
    DON'T DO IT It isn't safe cause the "emunand" is on the NAND itself and easily detectable by Nintendo actuall i feel even if it was on the SD card nintendo would still find out eventually either currently or through a fw update the switch imo is a ban trap for cfw users Nintendo did improve security greatly (including countermeasures) it was Nvidia that screwed up not nintendo
     
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  3. nachuz

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    Don't use EmuNand, Team Xecuter is shit and they fucked up by making a EmuNand that isn't safe, don't use it if you don't want to get banned
     
  4. jakkal

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    It's crazy how bullshit claims spread so fast. You don't know if Nintendo can detect it. Another person did a study and saw otherwise. Do you own research before spreading shit as fact
     
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  5. nachuz

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    Source or you are just a SX OS fanboy
     
  6. chrisrlink

    chrisrlink Intel Pentium III Hamster inside

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    :tpi: stamd corrected @json said it should be safe
     
  7. jakkal

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    It's the damn thread right below this one
    Use your head
     
  8. nachuz

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    I never insulted you, why you insult me, also, why I would check threads just to check if what you said is true, that's why I asked for a source

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    Sorry, but hexkyz decrypted SX OS to see how it works, and it does
     
  9. jakkal

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    Do you even comprehend what you're reading? Nowhere in his tweets did he specify that it can be detected by Nintendo. What are you even talking about?
     
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  10. nachuz

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    if you don't avoid it, a log is sent to Nintendo, including space of the Nand
     
  11. shanefromoz
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    Is anyone able to answer my questions please
     
  12. marveldragon

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    1. @json confirms that not the case.
    2. Reading what Heskin says:
    It copies the NAND back to itself, the same partition, as a file name Emunand0.
    If the file is found it loads the emuNand.
    All he is doing is explaining how sx os did it so people could implement it themselves.
     
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    Can you guys please take your discussion to the SX OS 2.0 thread, this is a help thread.
     
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  14. iMythD

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    I'm having issues creating the EmuNAND image... It takes over an hour and just end ups erroring. Anyone else having issues?
     
  15. CreativeMan

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    Did you make sure you had more than 16Gb free on your NAND before trying to setup emuNAND ?
     
  16. Erich Moraga

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    Same here... taking over an hour, etc.
     
  17. Erich Moraga

    Erich Moraga Newbie

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    Successfully completed after about 2 hours... Why did they bother suggesting 20 minutes?!
     
  18. iMythD

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    I had 16Gb, and chose the 10Gb option
     
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