Nintendo Switch leaked 6.0 firmware: here’s what hackers found so far

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11 Responses

  1. Alby says:

    We are talking about the same SciresM that has been working on Atmosphere vaporware since Feb and the same TX that fixed the 6.0 issue the next day??

    • Binbo says:

      they probably didn’t fix it properly, sciresm is not getting paid for any of this

      yes, they definitely work faster though

      • AveSatanas says:

        They did not fix it properly. It has bugs, see sciresm’s twitter.

        Atmosphere had support for it earlier btw. SciresM gave away patches enough to get Atmosphere working shortly after it was leaked.

        The patches in SXOS v1.7 and v1.8 were stolen from ReiNX, which I helped test.

        I only slept for like 5 hours in the last 72 hours just working on this stuff.

    • Alby is a dimwit says:

      Your the same alby that thinks TX are so great? … the same alby that pays for hacks?

      yea crawl back to your hole ***.

      • MiddleFinger says:

        at least TX actually released something, even if it is at a cost. unlike some vaporware bragger whose work doesn’t benefit anyone.

        • GoblinGuy says:

          Lol, what are you on about?
          SXOS uses atmosphere as a backbone, and last time I checked SciresM and company were responsible for that. So not only does it benefit the community, it benefits TX shills like yourself.

    • demol says:

      are you aware that tx is basically entirely stolen sciresm code since its avalaible as opensource ? The only thing atmosphere isnt right now is compiled as a ready to use os, and you are basically paying tx for that since it IS atmosphere, just stolen.

      plus there are plenty of other people doing it for free

  2. rffdsx says:

    You missed an important update. It included traces of SNES/NES controllers on a system palette image possibly acknowledging a virtual console type feature.

  3. zero says:

    old news wololo

  4. JustAnotherOne says:

    man, i need to hack my Switch, 3DS, and VITA.

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