Team-Xecuter Presents SX OS v2.3 BETA

Discussion in 'Switch - Backup Loaders & Modchips' started by garyopa, Nov 18, 2018.

  1. GraFfiX420

    GraFfiX420 GBAtemp Fan

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    Great update, hats off to TX!
     
  2. jakkal
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    Nov 18, 2018
  3. ganons

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    Do xci games still have to be in root? Haven't updated from v2.0 or can they go in sub folders?
     
  4. Essasetic

    Essasetic Your Local TX Fanboy Rebirth

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    I'll have to wait and see if this isn't another hack job. If not then hats off to them for developing an actual complex feature.
     
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  5. tigersaman

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    SXOS is easily my best purchase for the switch.
     
  6. pka4916

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    This sucks..
    Lost all my games when I used Emunand.
     
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  7. mcsdoode

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    SX-OS team, you guys are the greatest ;)
     
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  8. guitarheroknight

    guitarheroknight 1.6180339887

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    Is the cert between emunand abs nand shared?
     
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  9. hippy dave

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    Yeah it's totally in the downloads section of sx xecuter site
     
  10. jakkal

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    its definitely on their site.........
     
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  11. pka4916

    pka4916 GBAtemp Regular

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    yeah found it.. they only updated 1 part of the forum.
    Lost my emunand games with this..
    wtf. Need to sort everything out
     
  12. GeraltOfRivia

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    Now we have only to check if it's working fine after migrated on SD card! In any case this is a fantastic feature, finally we can keep ofmw clean from any hacking related thing!
     
  13. mrdude

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    I'm not sure if this is a bug but - here's one for TX.

    I had the following:
    6.1.0 firmware on Emunand.
    6.0.1 firmware on Retail Nand.

    Above was working fine, so I use the option to create/move emunand to microsd card.

    I have a 16gig emunand folder now in sxos folded containing boot0/boot1/full00/full01/full02/full04 bin files.

    I can boot into retail, I can boot into custom firmware (non emunand).

    I CAN'T boot into emunand - switch stays on a black screen - so I assume emunand is corrupt, and will need re-created - is this correct? and will I lose my game saves or will those be stored in the nintendo folder?
     
  14. jakkal

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    loving this
     
  15. raphzthename

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    I created a nand backup before running any homebrew. Is this the correct process to follow now?
    1. Restore nand backup
    2. Boot into sxos and create emunand based on original nand backup
    3. Any other steps?

    Also I have been playing games through sxos without emunand, so I assume the game saves are stored on my switch.
    1. Restoring nand backup will wipe my game saves right?
    2. How should I copy my saves over so that after booting into emunand, games will read/write to my microsd card instead?
     
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  17. JJTapia19

    JJTapia19 I fight for my friends.

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    This is exactly the last feature I was wishing to have on my switch. The in nand emunand never convinced me but I can't be happier the team kept working and didn't settle. I'm so happy with my purchase. Thanks again to the team. :bow:
     
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  18. nvcheeko

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    Noop Question what file structure goes in
    • – /sxos/updates
    • – /sxos/dlc
    • – /switch/updates
    • – /switch/dlc
    Whats difference with Switch and sxos folder, Xci dumps stay on root and xci updates go in sxos and nsp updates go in switch?

    Thanks for your help
     
  19. WiiuGold

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    Them are extra folders . To put ur updates and DLC IN. xci files are still the same . sxos/xci/


    You don't have to mix them up now in sxos/nsp/
     
  20. Dissaor

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    Great update as always.
     
  21. Ra1d

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    Can anyone confirm real quick if auto-rcm needs to be reinstalled after migration ?

    I assume the old emuNAND NSP games were stored in the regular Nintendo folder, so after migration you'll have to copy the Nintendo folder to Emutendo. I'm still in the process of migration so can't say for sure yet.

    If your xci games disappeared, then no clue. I backed up everything on my microSD before migrating, just in case.
     
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  22. isoisoiso

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    Not sure if this is the right place to report a bug, but here I go:
    - After migrating the emunand to the microsd I get a black screen. I had to delete it and now I'm creating a new one.

    Also: Wheres the Emunand folder? Theres no emutendo folder by default right? Why did you guys decide to remove the "Advanced options" when creating an emunand?
     
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