Team AtlasNX unveils PegaScape: a PegaSwitch launcher and DNS for 1.0.0-3.0.0 consoles

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    pegascape.

    We already knew that @noahc3 and the rest of Team AtlasNX were up to something since Kosmos v12.1.1's release. The pixelated teaser image was clearly showing some kind of launcher but, at the time, nobody knew exactly what it was. However, the cat is now out of the bag, as the team's members have just unveiled PegaScape, complete with a video showing it in action!

    PegaScape is a launch portal for PegaSwitch in the form of a custom DNS for your console. PegaSwitch alone has been out for a long time now, however, in order to run unsigned code on your console, a user would have to set it up on a machine on his network and run it locally. This is no longer the case with PegaScape, as it provides an easy to use interface with some useful bundled scripts and exploits that can be executed with the click of a button! More importantly, both the Nereba and Caffeine exploits are supported out of the box, which will provide an easy way to launch RCM payloads without the use of a jig/dongle on firmware 1.0.0 and 3.0.0 on all consoles! The latter has been announced to work on other versions, with 4.1.0 and thus patched Switch support being almost ready, however, users will have to wait until they're updated to do so: in the meantime, userland homebrew can still be executed via hbmenu.


    PegaScape will work on any Switch compatible with PegaSwitch (firmware 1.0.0 requires Puyo Puyo Tetris, while later ones can use FakeNews or the Web Browser Applet methods). No release ETA has been given yet, however, an early Patreon release may come in the near future.

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  1. linuxares

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    yaaay :D
     
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  2. azoreseuropa

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    Should I downgrade to 3.0.0 from 7.0.1 using ChoiNX for this ? Because mine was 3.0.0 and I update it to 7.0.1 with ChoiNX.
     
  3. linuxares

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    Only if you really want to go with a softboot approach, else there is no reason to downgrade. It's not even released yet.
     
  4. Olmectron

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    How do patched units get to be in those firmwares??
     
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  5. linuxares

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    Not to mention the Caffeine exploit is also reportedly basically ready to work on some of the later firmwares. As soon as they piece it all together, it'll work fine!
     
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  7. Chizko

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    ???? ??? ???
    yeah, didn't the the patched units come with a higher firmware?
     
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  8. cheungpakwan

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    how to play latest game title example : mario maker 2, with using switch firmware 1.0.0 ?
     
  9. linuxares

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    emuNAND! This is perfect for people with lower versions of the sysNAND, then boot to a emuNAND with higher fw.
     
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  10. Idontknowwhattoputhere

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    You can either
    A.Wait for emunand
    2.Upgrade and save fuses with choinx
     
  11. Essasetic

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    In the article it mentions that 4.1.0 support is planned and 5.0.0-6.0.1 support is possible.

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    Which is getting me quite excited as I haven't burnt fuses since 5.0.0
     
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  12. cheungpakwan

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    but now..
    still no free emunand project for nintendo switch right ?
    maybe we should be patient waiting for june 15th :D


     
  13. azoreseuropa

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    I know that is not released yet. I have theirs on twitter. :)

    By the way, it is a warm boot or cold boot ? Do I have to use payload every time between PC and Switch ? Not sure about this one.
     
  14. linuxares

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    It's being worked on. last time I saw was an update from @m4xw working hard on it.
     
  15. linuxares

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    It's warmboot if you check the youtube link he boots pegaswitch exploit to get to Pegascape.
     
  16. cheungpakwan

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    if we upgrade with choi to firmware 8.0.1 (save fuses) it will break dejavu right ?

     
  17. azoreseuropa

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    Cool! It is much easier instead of launch payload between pc and switch every time right ?
     
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  19. linuxares

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    Aye! Much easier!
     
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