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Posted by Scene News on Oct 31, 2019

Introducing The SX AutoLoader

No more getting upset about seeing 'Insert the game card' message.

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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, 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! Only one small minor note about this release, is that it currently only scans your Micro SD-Card for the matching XCI game files, and support for USB HDD usage will be coming in a later revision.

This add-on mod is simple to install also, just grab the SX AUTOLOADER from our TX Community Resources and unpack the .RAR to the root of your Micro SD-Card, and next time you boot-up your Switch console you will be able to enjoy the Quick and Ease of playing all your XCI games without any extra 'button' pushing, just click and wait 2 seconds or less at the 'Insert Game Card' screen as the system magically finds your backup cartridge and mounts it for you all in the background and then just enjoy playing!

To see it in action check out this video below:

Additionally, our latest Beta has been pushed to a Stable release now, SX OS v2.9.2 is available in the download section of sx.xecuter.com and works on all Switch firmwares including the latest v9.0.1 from Nintendo. As usual, stay tuned to TX, for more news over the coming weeks! 🙂

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