TX Presents SX OS v2.4.1 BETA

Discussion in 'Switch - Backup Loaders & Modchips' started by garyopa, Dec 16, 2018.

  1. Sno0t

    Sno0t GBAtemp Regular

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    Couldn't you rebuild your nsps/xcis with the following to make them all to your xci?
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/nsc_bui...lder-game-updates-dlc-in-a-single-xci.522486/
     
  2. RitchieRitchie

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    For this to work do you need to have found the the keys online and put them on your micro sd card? Appreciate any advice!
     
  3. lordelan

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    Is it still the case that NSPs installed with SX OS are flagged as corrupted (although they seem to work) or has this been fixed by theit new SX Installer?
     
  4. Ryu Kenshin

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    No, they fixed the key, the SX Installer still need that key to install NSP :gun:
     
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  5. lisko

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    If I'm not wrong, this is a new countermeasure added in 6.x firmware and should be the same with any other cfw. I think that shouldn't be easy to fix and haven't lot of attention since they still work fine
     
  6. RitchieRitchie

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    Hi, sorry to butt in but do you mean that you need to find the keys yourself or that if you are on 6.2 fw everything will work?
     
  7. DaveLister

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    TX have stolen and won my heart .
     
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  8. trigao

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    I would like they merge sx installer in sx os directly, not as a homebrew
     
  9. Purple_Shyguy

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    Neat. I asked them on the forums to fix the white squares on split games.

    Shows they listen to their users. Good stuff.
     
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  10. JoeBloggs777

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    another Manc who remembers the golden days of the MGH and Superwild card ;), but I'll admit to going back to the dinosaur days of the ZX81 and Commodore PET :O
     
  11. stewacide

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    Fantastic, as splitting NSPs using the previous method doesn't work wholly on OSX since the Switch won't recognize Fat32 folders created by OSX (has to be done in Windows with the 'archive' flag set). This removes the need.
     
  12. leon315

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    I've a question:

    Why the hell the beloved gbatemp keeps posting TX's updates on front page? Just saying.
     
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  13. noreason4

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    But how? You still need to get the NSP file onto the Fat32 SD, right? And for this it needs to be split with this python tool beforehand..
     
  14. Ty_

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    Same reason they post ReiNX and Atmosphere updates
     
  15. Ryu Kenshin

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    You need the key if you are using atmosphere, however I think TomGER cover that for you in ATLAS. On SX OS, Xecuter's just included the key in 2.4.1 :grog:
     
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  16. gizmomelb

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    It's not that uncommon in PC software land (especially for server or workstation level software) - you buy a licence and it is licenced (usually using MAC address as the machine unique identifier) SOLELY to that PC. Eg: Pinnacle Video Editor.

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    I'm not old enough for WWII, but I did build my first computer in the 70s (only had LED output.. no tv display), had ZX80 -> C64 -> BBC -> ZX Spectrum -> Atari 400 -> Amiga 500 -> Amiga 1200 -> 286 and then all PC from there.

    The 80s were awesome.

    EDIT: oh.. has anyone tried GRIS yet? does it work under SX OS 2.41 beta? thank you.
     
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  17. JoeBloggs777

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    the late 70's were to.

    similar to you ZX80>ZX81>VIC 20>C16>C64>ZX SPECCY>ATARI 800 and alot more. most valuable one a JUPITER ACE.

    thanks TX for another update :bow:
     
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  18. gizmomelb

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    Haha! The 80s were more my teen / early adult years but the 70s has some great rock music.

    Noice!! the Jupiter Ace was a Fortran based PC from memory wasn't it? I remember it was different as it didn't have BASIC. I had a few other computers during those days as well.. a VZ200 (Creativision rebadge here in Australia) and a Mattel Aquarius (yeah.. not a great computer per-se).
     
  19. JoeBloggs777

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    not fortran but forth.
    yes i had an aquarius to , also from mattel i've still got a boxed vectrex

    good old days when programs were a few kilo bytes:D
     
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  20. RitchieRitchie

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    I have the version of pong with the paddles that must have been from 1976 (i think?) Found it the other day in my parents attic. Not tried it but I bet it would still work!
     
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