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    It's only been a week since Team-Xecuter made the big announcement of SX OS v2.1 with their 'cheat engine'

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    And now they are back and on a roll with them adding 'Docked USB Drive Support' and many other nice improvements to their 'cheat engine' and a few bug fixes! :)
    Enjoy! :)

    :arrow: Source: MaxConsole
     
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  3. radicalwookie
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  4. Baoulettes

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    Wow finally !
    I will definitely update SX OS now. (was sticking on 1.9 cause I did not needed an update :) )
     
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  6. Localhorst86

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    Now that's intersting. I assume this will only allow installing .nsp files FROM a USB device, not TO it, right?
     
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    Docked USB drive support! :bow:
     
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    Oh nice ! That’s great ! :D
     
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    If it is their own work and not just edited tinfoil USB, kudos to xecuter.
     
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    You can load xci files from hdd, no need to install nsps. Pretty neat job.

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    Tinfoil doesnt load xci files without installing. You can load xci files from hard disk.
     
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  11. Localhorst86

    Localhorst86 Robert'); DROP TABLE members;--
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    This sounds a lot different than what tinfoil does. Tinfoil still requires a PC to actively send the files over USB, SX OS seems to load this from a passive USB Storage device.
     
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    tx is the best again
     
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    Tinfoil is amateur code. This is entirely different in function; this is connect a 4TB+ HDD to your dock, and have terabytes of XCI files mountable from there.
     
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    Tinfoil doesnt load xci files without installing. You can load xci files from hard disk.
     
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    That's why I said edited.
     
  16. Localhorst86

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    But what about NSP exclusive content? I assume this still can only be installed FROM USB, not TO it. I.e. with eshop titles you're still limited to your NAND/SD Card.
     
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    Can we install NSPs to external HDD? That would be amazing
     
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    and the directories that are being scanned for content are equal to the ones you'd use on the microSD card.

    whats that mean?
     
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    That the folders have to have the same names as on SD
     
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    Okay see, I give them this one.

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    No one as far as I know.
     
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    It scans same directorys for xci and nsp as on the sd card:

    • /sxos/games
    • /sxos/xci
    • /sxos/nsp
    • /sxos
    • /switch/games
    • /switch/xci
    • /switch/nsp
    • /switch
     
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    That would be a clear superiority for mounted xci right?
     
  23. Kubas_inko

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    So the biggest question now. How does one convert NSP to XCI? :D
     
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