SX OS v2.5.2 'STABLE' Announcement

Xecuter

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We received plenty of feedback following our recent 2.5.1 beta release.

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So today, we're back with a small bug fix release. But more importantly, many of you have asked us why we're not releasing any STABLE versions of SX OS anymore. Those people can rejoice, SX OS v2.5.2 is an officially supported stable release! This means that both the stable and beta channels are fully in sync now; feature- and functionality-wise.

This release addresses two small bugs:
  • Fixed issue with installing split XCI / NSP
    Some split content file sizes were causing issues for some people, this is no longer the case!
  • Fixed issue with deleting files after XCI / NSP installation
    Deleting the original XCI/NSP files after installation was introducing some crashes and side effects for certain users. We investigated this issue and are happy to let you know its now a thing of the past!
That's it for today, people. Keep an eye out for our coming updates!

--< Team-Xecuter - Rocking the Switch in 2019 and beyond! >--

All versions of SX OS can be found in the SX OS Repository Thread
 
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Confirmed. Cheats is missing. Will get this sorted asap. Thanks.
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There was a bit of a mix up when this update was pushed a bit ago.

An incorrect version of SX OS was posted instead of the new STABLE release. This version did not contain the CHEATS menu.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. This issue has been resolved.

Unfortunately for those of you that already updated, your switch will not see the new file by using the "Update SX OS" feature in the OPTIONS menu. For those users, you will have to manually replace the boot.dat file on your SD card to get updated to the latest release. You can find the update file on the portal page, or the SX OS Repository thread.

We are very sorry for the inconvenience this may have caused for our loyal SX OS users.
 
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imprezgc8

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Thanks for the update and quick resolution!
 

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