Question I cannot send payload to the "newly purchased" switch (model 2018 HAC-S-JXE-C3).

Discussion in 'Switch - Backup Loaders & Modchips' started by gnilwob, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. gnilwob
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    gnilwob GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi, I bought my device from Khun Tong Plaza area.
    Seems that the shop just restocked the devices.
    That mean maybe the "patched" devices have not been filled up every shops yet.
    So I will find another spare device soon from SSP.
    Thanks for the info ewabc886, appreciate it. :)
     
  2. Kukielka

    Kukielka Advanced Member

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    REAL had one for 240€ and I HAD to pick one up at that price :D
     
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  3. linuxares

    linuxares I'm not a generous god!

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    Hong Kong and China gets their stock Directly from Japan. So you guys might be in the line to get newer Switches quicker than the US, AUS and Europe.
     
  4. xpoverzion

    xpoverzion GBAtemp Regular

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    There are 12 million hackable switches out there. Only about 1-2% of Switch owners will hack their Switch. There will always be a healthy supply of used, hackable switches. The price will not skyrocket, or go up at all. Now if a coldboot solution ever appears for Switches that are on firmware 3.0 or below, then you can expect the price of those to rise substantially.
     
  5. smf

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    Depends on what happens with Mariko. If an NSwitch/Switchi appears and that gets hacked, then the original Switch might end up as desirable as a gamecube or wii (the wiiu annoyingly is still priced quite high here second hand).
     
  6. gnilwob
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    <removed the video because BIS KEY is clearly visible on it, will cut it out and repost>

    I went out to get another spare Nintendo Switch on the same model but lower serial number.
    And it still works fine.
    I hope this video give you the idea to avoid XAJ7004XXXXXX if you want to exploit your nintendo switch.
     
    Last edited by gnilwob, Jul 12, 2018
  7. Kukielka

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    This pretty much. :)
     
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  8. gnilwob
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    Thanks for your warning on the BIS key is clearly visible on my video.
    Let me try to cut it out.
     
  9. Kukielka

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    No problem at all!
     
  10. gnilwob
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    gnilwob GBAtemp Regular

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    re-posted a new video (which removed my BIS KEY information), Thanks @Kukielka



    I went out to get another spare Nintendo Switch on the same model but lower serial number.
    And it still works fine.
    I hope this video give you the idea to avoid XAJ7004XXXXXX if you want to exploit your nintendo switch.
     
  11. Indominusda1e

    Indominusda1e Advanced Member

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    Warranty switches seem to be unexpoitable too one of mine was sent away and now on return it's not taking any payload
     
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  12. gothteen

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    Confirmed, omw to the toy store to try another one right now. Intertoys -> Netherlands (Gonna look into the Media Markt or Saturn next month, wife wants a switch for herself as well). Shame its going faster then most of us predicted...
     
  13. gnilwob
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    gnilwob GBAtemp Regular

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    Do you mean the patched unit is in Netherlands now ?
    What is the serial number ?
    What is the model number ?
    Thanks.
     
  14. ts61fa

    ts61fa GBAtemp Regular

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    Yea Id like to know too, cuz im about to buy a new one just now...
     
  15. garyopa

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    TX is having a hard time finding a 'problematic' console in the right 'serial number range':

    NewSwitch410_4.jpg

    As such they are asking for community help in supplying them with more non-working units so they can diagnose the problem and come up with solution.

    Check out my news post before, about how they will infact buy or replace the Switch with working model, and cover the shipping costs to send them the non-working one.

    :arrow: Source: http://www.maxconsole.com/threads/...n-working-hac-s-jxe-c3-switch-revision.47430/
     
    Last edited by garyopa, Jul 12, 2018 - Reason: updated with correct info
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  16. comput3rus3r

    comput3rus3r GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    wow just wow TX great job.
     
  17. tecfreak

    tecfreak GBAtemp Regular

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    Dude, its a XAJ7003. The XAJ7004 are the ones that are patched.
     
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  18. V-Temp

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    Its like you're not actually paying attention to what people are talking about. These aren't patched.

    You don't track a revised bootloader based on: the HAC nomenclature, you do so based on the serial of the HAC.
     
    Last edited by V-Temp, Jul 12, 2018
  19. BL4Z3D247

    BL4Z3D247 GBAtemp Stoner

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    I'm so high, I don't even know!
    That video clearly shows the serial number is XAJ7003 not XAJ7004(this being the serial number that's supposedly patched).
     
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  20. rrocha

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    Sorry to cause more entropy, but XAJ700418XXXXX is not the cause by itself. Just got myself a brand new one in Portugal, it is a XAJ700418 console and I can send the payloads. Still on 4.1.0. Opened it, booted for first setup, RCM'd it, pushed biskeydump payload, reboot to Hekate 3.2 and now I'm backing up to SD card.

    liXm1NJ.jpg

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    Last edited by Joe88, Jul 12, 2018 - Reason: Removed serial number reflection
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