SX OS v2.6.1 BETA Announcement


#1. Post Posted: 03-20-2019, 12:55 AM
You can update your switch to firmware 7.X with your SX Xecuter product




Quote:SX OS v2.6 BETA Announcement

Knock knock.. who's there?
It is your dear friends from Team-Xecuter with a new update for SX OS!


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We know everyone has been eagerly anticipating support for firmware 7.x, some even said it would never come.. but the wait is now over!
This new 2.6 BETA of SX OS adds full support for Nintendo Switch firmware 7.x, including ALL functionality you expect when using our product. We've been pioneering our own unique and proprietary solution for defeating any future firmware protection and we're quite happy with the results so far.
This release is marked as BETA because we changed things drastically under the hood to streamline future firmware updates and some things may inadvertently behave differently.
That does not mean it hasn't been vetted at all, so give it a shot today!
Of course, we haven't been sitting idly behind the scenes either. A lot of our development resources and attention has been dedicated to bringing SX OS to those "unhackable" switches. We are working hard to bring the SX OS experience to all of you who are stuck with an "unhackable" switch. Stay tuned for more news!
That's it for today.
Enjoy this new BETA of SX OS. And don't forget to send us your feedback!

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



Quote:SX OS v2.6.1 BETA Announcement

We thank you all for your quick feedback on our SX OS 2.6 BETA release that we released yesterday!

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We have addressed two (important) regressions in this new 2.6.1 BETA release.
SXOS Online License Activation
People who anticipated the 2.6 release for a while but didn't have a valid license on their microSD card yet experienced an issue where they were unable to activate their copy of SX OS. This has been addressed and fixed!
USB Harddisk support regression
It turns out that we broke support for USB Harddisks on firmware 7.x during our final iterations of development. This has been corrected, you can all enjoy your external storage again!
That's all we have for today! Keep an eye out for what's yet to come.

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