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Discussion in 'Switch - Backup Loaders & Modchips' started by NeoSlyde, Jun 14, 2018.
Yeah, you're right cause it is recognized as a physical device, forgot about that...
Why not wait out making this somes there's a good chance it will get buried before it's relevance
the funny part is that they are banning the user from using the eshop, so what is going to do a user that its offline and have no way of buying online games, well pirating nintendo
Unless you make your own dumps, a simple check of the cart cert is a super simple way for them to check the legitimacy of your "cart"
If you're banning yourself from online, why not just enjoying online until they ban you?
Because in the near future you will have to pay to play online, you lose that money just for a trial
I don’t think that they will check every cart...
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Well by that time I would already got a new switch for online and legit games
While I keep this one for homebrews and hacking
They already do for online, and it takes two seconds to check if it has a valid cert.
Indeed that is the real idea on the switch life, if you want online pay for the games, pay for the online but with a legit switch, you dont risk anything
Well TX said they are still not banned
i got banned cuz nintendo found out i bought a sx pro
list that as a ban
Lmao wassup DKB
Yet. That's the key term. Should be simple for Nintendo to implement. If you stay completely offline like they recommend you are probably safe. But if Nintendo adds a log function that notes what you're cert is and then sends that info off when you connect to online, you are totally banned.
Did you know that hakate have a log wiper
I won’t be surprised if sx os have the same
True, but it may depend on HOW you update the firmware going forward. If you have a modded Switch and go online to update firmware that could be bad. We may need to wait until .xci files from games (like Zelda .01) include firmware updates.
then you are auto banning yourself, you wont update because its too risky, you cannot access the eshop because its too risky, you wont get updates because is too risky, you are banned in all colors
No, I'm not. I own 2 Switches because I'm not stupid enough to risk losing my account.
You didnt understand my post, if you take all those precautions is the same as being banned in the hacked switch, lets be honest, we must be careful but not that paranoid
I was told in another thread that getting banned apparently only prevent you from accessing eshop and playing online. You can apparently still update your games. So if you never plan on going online to begin with, it doesn't matter since you will be able to update all your pirated games anyway.
but you wont be able to get dlc and buy eshop exclusives, but its no biggie in the end