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    Default Re: hack1ng the switch, a quick intro

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    Default Re: hack1ng the switch, a quick intro

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    Sounds promising although a month on and no further details. I have an option of swapping my brother's release day Switch for a newer one with the better battery, or hold off and see if this comes to fruition. He did say battery time is under 3 hours of play which isn't great but for the quality of games is pretty good. My biggest doubt is that the battery might have taken a hammering as he has played it a lot!

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    Default Re: hack1ng the switch, a quick intro

    Wella year later and I have a Switch put away for Christmas for the kids. It is one that is hackable. Does anyone use a hacked one to play games/emulators who can give some advice as do's and don'ts?

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    Default Re: hack1ng the switch, a quick intro

    Well they are all hackable now, just earlier models are easier.
    Games are readily available in the usual places. All I would say is to keep flight mode on, and when you hear a system firmware has been released, its very quick before new titles stop working on the older firmware, but wait until you see Team Executer have released their SX Pro firmware to counter any Nintendo blocks put in place. They usually release their updates within a week or so. When you put your Switch online to download the system update, reboot your Switch so that it is NOT in custom boot mode.

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    Default Re: hack1ng the switch, a quick intro

    Quote Originally Posted by tronads View Post
    Well they are all hackable now, just earlier models are easier.
    Games are readily available in the usual places. All I would say is to keep flight mode on, and when you hear a system firmware has been released, its very quick before new titles stop working on the older firmware, but wait until you see Team Executer have released their SX Pro firmware to counter any Nintendo blocks put in place. They usually release their updates within a week or so. When you put your Switch online to download the system update, reboot your Switch so that it is NOT in custom boot mode.
    Is there a guide or resource that can guide though the hack process? I have one haven't a clue where to start

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