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  1. dsrules

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    any games you played or installed will show up
     
  2. MadonnaProject

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    Guys, does anyone know how to boot the new CFW without restarting the switch? I don't have my cable on me and I use the laptop to reboot my switch.
     
  3. Andalitez

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    Not possible without the dongle or a cable
     
  4. MadonnaProject

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    I thought we could get into the sx os boot screen using a combination of buttons but I don't remember which.
     
  5. Andalitez

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    To get into SX OS menu,you press volume up while sending the payload. But you can't send the payload without a dongle or cable
     
  6. Dorito

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    Can we install updates with this yet?
     
  7. Andalitez

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    Yes you can
     
  8. Bonovox40

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    So updating from 4.0 to 5.x, anything special I should do to avoid extra red flags? (obviously not be in SX os when I do this, but besides that)

    I'm not going to bother with the preventing efuse method. That's not really important to me at this point.
     
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    Bump.
    Sorry, hate to be the 'bump' guy, but can anyone assist please?
     
  10. Andalitez

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    Perhaps dump your saved data with checkpoint homebrew. If you have a clean nand made before sx os was run,restore that if you were keeping your switch offline the entire time then update.if you don't,well then crack on.Can't take any other precautions really

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    Was this a layerdfs thing?
    Why not save the saved data and get an NSP of Celeste instead?
    We havnt gotten a working method of converting anything to usable NSP files yet,hence the recommendation
     
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  11. frostii

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    No, it was downloaded from the 'dark' site. Most of the other eshop titles I got from there were in nsp format. For some reason Celeste was in the format I mentioned above.
    Thanks.
     
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    Guys, is it safe to install a .nsp using the SX installer and updating it using the OFW after? Or will i get banned? I've only went online via the OFW, to update and play my owned games.. I'm a bit sceptic about installing nsp's, i would not like to get banned

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  13. Andalitez

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    Anything you do online regardless of what happens is unsafe.
    NSP files would most likely get you banned
     
  14. zenriko

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    Has anyone been able to update an xci with nsp? Or more specifcally do you need to install the nsp to internal memory for the xci to 'detect/apply' the update?
     
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    Even if i delete the game i installed using the .nsp before i go online?, or the installation stays on a log somewhere on the console?
     
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    the nsp updates can go on the SD or internal, doesn't matter. All updates work fine against xci's as it's the same as downloading them from nintendo.
     
  17. Zach_Alt

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    This is what I'm wondering.
     
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    I've heard stories that people even update the games using the OFW and don't get banned but I want to be sure
     
  19. linuxares

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    Well not yet atleast...
     
  20. Draxzelex

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    Can confirm of 3 cases where users were banned for updating .XCI files in OFW. Of note, they were also using AutoRCM. Point is, its happened now so it can happen to others.
     
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