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Nintendo Switch Hack: Proof of Concept of the Nintendo Switch Webkit exploit published

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127 Responses

  1. Lankus says:

    IF the IOS jailbreak can work, this should be a unix based kernel, but thats a huuuge if. But if it is, we could run full blown linux or probably the shield tv os. But this is more speculation than fact.

    • WindyFoxBGR says:

      Oooooh, the Swith with Debian would be awesome! This makes me go friggin’ buy one of deez (nutz :D)…

  2. Sean Post says:

    I have a feeling emulating the switch is going to happen and will be easier than it previous wii u and wii systems

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