Hacking Question Which payload to boot straight into Atmosphere

newgen2005

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I am using a windows laptop and a android mobile to send payloads to the Switch, I am sending hekate_ctcaer_5.0.1 which is taking me to a menu and I then choose fusee-primary. Can I send the fusee-primary payload? I just want to go straight into Atmosphere if possible. If so where do I find the fusee-primary.bin that hekate_ctcaer_5.0.1 sees?
 

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If you are using hekate you can set it to auto-boot a specific option. Which is the best method as it will auto boot into your CFW, but then with the same payload if you hold minus within the first second of it loading you'll go into hekate if you need other tools/payloads it provides.

If you want to just use fusee primary you can, but I would just use hekate as the bootloader as it's more feature rich (as in instead of booting to fusee-primary via hekate, just using it's boot to CFW option)
 
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If you want to just use fusee primary you can, but I would just use hekate as the bootloader as it's more feature rich (as in instead of booting to fusee-primary via hekate, just using it's boot to CFW option)

I abandoned hekate months ago, I got bored waiting for them to release updates. Since then I haven't missed it once.
 

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