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How to hack your Nintendo Switch, 2022 Edition: HWFLY and SX Clones, RCM, OLED, unpatched vs patched… trying to clear it up for you

17 Responses

  1. Diego says:

    Excelent read, thanks for the detailed explanation.

  2. Sad Firstus says:

    So sad

  3. chewtoys says:

    Paper clip is very discouraged because you can short pin 7 which is power and will fry your Switch if you bridge it on accident.

  4. First with a warning...... says:

    First mopfos… btw the bosnian paedo is on the rampage……. BEWARE!!!

  5. Switcher says:

    I have had a Switch since I learned you could hack one, and to be honest with y’all, even with getting all of its games for free, it’s really still not worth it unless you are really big on Nintendo’s first party games.

    Just my honest opinion.

  6. Ray says:

    Nice write up. Thank you.
    Laughed at the paperclip use, I remember first using a piece of tinfoil when finding out about the hack. Later ordered an RCM jig and have used AutoRCM every since.

  7. OperationNT says:

    There is also a “small window” for patched V1 version where you can avoid hardware hack under the following conditions:
    – It has a FW 4.X.X
    – It NEVER get online (otherwise, you will be blocked by a “force update” message)
    In this case, you can use PegaSwitch hack with “caffeine” to reboot the console under any payload.

  8. crackdown 3 xbox one 9.0 vaccinated hdd says:

    worst konsoles ewer ps5 and xsx and switch end of piracy

  9. PAPAFIRST says:

    FIIIIIIRSTTTTTT

  10. Wololoeatsnutsandballsacks says:

    This is great for stealing games and never wanting to buy

  11. Firstina says:

    Fürst

  12. JamesCameron says:

    nintendo piracy is always nice

  13. Sparoc3 says:

    At this point it’s just better to buy a Valve deck and emulate on it.

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