Yes. As far as I know Nintendo didn't call back any stock from resellers, so there is definitely a chance that there are still hackable switches in stores. It would really depend on how much stock they ordered and kept since the switch was released.Last noob post. I just bought a new switch. New in box from a major retailer. It has sn xaw10067xxxxxx. According to the first post, this IS hackable. Is it possible that there are still old switches out in the wild unsold?
same here, I got mine in dec, hackable. They are out there for sure, you got a lucky. be gladLast noob post. I just bought a new switch. New in box from a major retailer. It has sn xaw10067xxxxxx. According to the first post, this IS hackable. Is it possible that there are still old switches out in the wild unsold?
To be honest, most of the guides I read on how to boot in RCM mode say that you could permanently damage the Switch, which scares the sh*t out of me.I would say that you are here:
Serials beginning with XAJ7:
XAJ700400XXXXX (and lower) - Not Patched
XAJ700410XXXXX (and above) - Possibly patched
XAJ700500XXXXX (and above) - Patched
Only way to really check is to run through the guide and use tegraRCM. The serial numbers are really just a quick reference. People have reported 'patched' serial numbers working.
If you try what?I have S/N XAJ400619xxx its worth try? If I try can i damage my switch if not work?
Edit: my version is 4.1.0
To be honest, anything you do out of scope of what Nintendo intended you to use your switch for, such as modding can damage your switch. It’s the risk you take. Same goes with anything that’s modded over the years. But the devs that develope these kinds of things know what they are doing.To be honest, most of the guides I read on how to boot in RCM mode say that you could permanently damage the Switch, which scares the sh*t out of me.
Yes, try payload. I already try and confirm my switch its patched.If you try what?
If you are just trying to inject a payload while in RCM mode, this will not damage the switch in any way. That being said, if you jam paper clips into your joycon rail to get to RCM mode, then yes.... you could possibly ruin your joycon rail.
As long as you use the proper tools for the job, there is very little risk.
I agree, when isnt important....its done when its done, but it would be useful for those of us who are waiting to receive some kind of update on the progress. Once a month I think is realistic in letting us know of how much progress has been made. Twice a month for when the alpha/beta testing starts. Being left in the dark for months however doesnt help with morale. TX is in my view the most advanced in hacking the switch and as such is the first thing I look at when I look for updates...when I dont find any I then resort to google searches and all I come across is old threads on several.Hello
At some point, there were discussions about hacking new patch switch.
First and foremost, this is a temporary problem. Team Xecuter is currently working on the new revision of the Switch and has made progress. There is currently no ETA on a release.
So, i`am not asking whem will tx release this new revision,
But i would like to ask, do they (tx) still working on this project or is it