Thanks to our friends at Team [WAIN] they have released an small 'add-on' to our SX OS v2.9.2 which allows you to 'auto-load', what that means now you just find the game you have previously played on your Horizon Home Screen, click on it, and even if it is a dumped cartridge in XCI format, as long as you still have the files on your Micro SD-Card and/or USB HDD, it will now auto-mount the cartridge backup for you and launch it, no more getting upset seeing the 'insert the game card' message, then having to go to Album, launch our SX OS menu, scroll-over and find the game, and mount it and go back.
As long as you have at least mounted your XCI image once via our SX OS menu, now you can just simply click on a XCI Game Icon and it will Auto-Mount and Launch for you directly from the Horizon Home Screen. Is that not amazing!
LATEST RELEASE: (Nov. 6th, 2019)
Thousands of SX OS users are loving how easy it is now to mount XCI (dumped cartridges) on their Switch console, thank to the SX AUTOLOADER add-on and now with the v1.20 update, Team [WAIN] brings you an solid release, with stability fixes and faster speed, thanks to hardware accelerated decryption.
OLDER RELEASE: (Nov. 2th, 2019)Changelog v1.2
- General overall stability fixes
- Fixed bug with to many folders being searched
- Fixed bug caused by layerfs
- Fixed bug with long filenames
- Hardware accelerated decryption
- Cache directories created if missing
After getting lots of positive feedback on how much easier it was now to play games in XCI format (dumped cartridges) on the Switch console, the team decided to quickly update their recently released SX Autoloader to support USB HDD, so that you can now fully enjoy auto-mounting all your XCI games no matter how vast your collection is or how it is stored.
As usual, you can find their latest version of SX Autoloader in the TX Community Resources section, just unpack the new version overwriting the previous files.Changelog v1.1
NOTE: If you have large XCI collection on your USB HDD, first time usage may take a couple of minutes for the database to be built.
- Added USB HDD Support
- Improved XCI detection
- Database caching for speed
IMPORTANT: If you get an Error Code on boot-up, then it means your SD Card has corruption on it, please re-format it and start fresh.
To see it in action check out this video below: