Team-Xecuter Presents SX OS v2.3 BETA

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

  1. Fafner

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    That's definately not normal, it took about an hour to do it completely for me. Unless you're using an 1MB/s SD Card :)
     
  2. JimmyCall

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    I hope SX OS starts to now implement EMUNAND OS patching so users and easily upgrade compatible Switch versions. These features could also transition to future API addins when Switch hacking becomes more customised to combat Nintendo's anti freedom stance.
     
  3. Nevercholt

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    Depends on the speed of your SD card but with my 200 GB Sandisk Ultra (class 10; A1) it took around 1.5 hours
     
  4. BATMAN-

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    Hi everybody,

    I asked the question earlier when 2.3 beta launched but since naturally it is now out for a longer period of time : what are your guys thoughts on stability of this release? Is it better than 2.2 beta? I am not really interested in using emunand anyways just want to make sure it's more stable than 2.2.

    Any help shall be greatly appreciated!
     
  5. Andalitez

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    Haha thanks, going to try exFAT and start again

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    Will beable to see when its done.Defo Sandisk,just dont know the type
     
  6. protomouse

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    I see, thanks. I was thinking it'd boot into Horizon for that, but it indeed seems like it doesn't leave the SX bootloader. So there should be no need to restore the NAND backup I made prior to beginning the EmuNAND setup (it's a clean machine).
     
  7. Reecey

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    Yes course 2.3beta is better than 2.2 you should update if your using 2.2beta else if it wasn’t better than 2.2 why would TX bother releasing it. It doesn’t matter if you’re not using it for the new features there will always be better stability and improvements made to a new update.
     
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  8. comput3rus3r

    comput3rus3r GBAtemp Psycho!

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    what reason could you possibly have to need to be on 6.2? I don't understand all you guys messing up your system updating. My switches don't even know my wifi's ssid...
     
  9. lufeig

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    new beta releases do not necessarily bring improved stability

    new stable releases supposedly do

    beta releases bring new features that need beta testing, to be later implemented on stable releases
     
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  10. xabier

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    Hassle free use of ofw and online services. WiFi.is also handy to update homebrew
     
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  11. evilone

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    Short question, just got today my First 2.5" HDD for my switch. Everything is working fine, but what i dont like is - when i put the switch in Standby, the harddisk shut down too, but after this the harddisk starts again and stops again, so there is always some power on the USB Plug.

    Is there a way to fix this? Im still on 5.1 and 2.3B
     
  12. Reecey

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    Sorry, my bad! I must of missed the section that explains about stability improvements to the new update.
     
  13. roberto30

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    hi, i followed your great instructions, only i take a black screen when i boot with the new emunand with modded files (after copy all files modded on sxos, and before to use ChoiDujourNx), an idea maybe ?
    but with my original emunand, it works perfect..
    my Switch is already with 6.1 fw
     
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  14. lufeig

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    as per your own previous statement regarding the beta release, "there will always be better stability and improvements made to a new update".

    according to TX Team themselves, your information is incorrect.

    this is extracted from their announcement of their first beta release, explaining the differences from beta to stable:

    "As of today, we will be distributing two versions of SX OS. One is the "stable" release which has been extensively stress-tested and the other is the optional "beta" version of SX OS which comes with new functionality that needs to go through a thorough acceptation phase before it will be rebranded as the current stable version".
     
  15. nxci

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    Are you using a exfat card? If so, when you update to 5.1 did you include exfat support?
     
  16. Andalitez

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    Seems I cant create an emunand on my SD.
    it takes very long to get to 10% whether its exFAT or FAT32.
    I used 2.2.1 to create an internal one and try migrating with 2.3 as well, no dice.

    Im wondering if its my SD card thats the problem.Unfortunately dont have another one I can test with.

    What do you guys use to format 64GB+ cards?
     
  17. Ghassen-ga

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    thank you , it worked after applying the Exfat support :)
     
  18. nachuz

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    Want ur cfw to be good? add the option to keep emunand on another partition like on 3DS or Wii U, is better than than risk all the SD data every second we use it
     
  19. GBCTEMP

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    Hopefully as users are pointing it out, they could implement partitioning in the stable release.
     
  20. Hellboybeats

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    Would you please please be able to send me the 2.2.1 beta as I am unable to find it and need to boot into an emunand created on the sysnand to enable exfat so then I can move the emunand to sd card using 2.3
     
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