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Nintendo Switch code binaries dumped by Plutoo

Great news from maxconsole! There seems a great improvement for Nintendo switch hack. Mr Plutoo has dumped the switch code binaries for all sysmodules (except the first 6). You can view the full resolution screenshot.

Users guess that Plutoo is using the updated ‘PegaSwitch’ to grab these binaries. The new aim of switch research is dumping the first stage the missing6. Currently, it is not relevant to end users.

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Nintendo switch system updated to Version 3.0.0

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Nintendo team released a new system firmware for Nintendo Switch console- version 3.0.0. Not like provious update, Version 3.0.0 brings many important and useful function for your switch console. You can search your missing controllers and add frineds from your Nintendo 3DS and WiiU friend list. Here are the changelog of Nintendo switch 3.0.0:

■ Register a channel to receive News for specific games
To register, head to News
■ Add friends from your Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Friend Lists
To add friends, head to your My Page on the top left of the Home Menu > Friend Suggestions
■ Receive notifications when your Friends go online
To turn this ON/OFF, head to System Settings > Notifications > Friend Notifications
■ Find paired controllers within communication range by activating the vibration feature
To search, head to Controllers > Find Controllers
■ Change the user icon order on the Home Menu
To change order, head to System Settings > Users > Change Order
■ Select from 6 new Splatoon 2 characters for user icon
To edit your user icon, head to your My Page on the top left of the Home Menu > Profile
■ Change the system volume from the Quick Settings
To access Quick Settings, hold down the HOME Button
■ Lower the maximum volume for headphone or speakers connected to the audio jack
To lower the max headphone volume, head to System Settings > System > Lower Max Headphone Volume
* This settings will be ON when Parental Controls are enabled
■ Change display colors to Invert Colors or Grayscale
To use this feature, head to System Settings > System > Change Display Colors
■ Use the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller via wired communication by connecting the USB charging cable
To enable, head to System Settings > Controllers and Sensors > Pro Controller Wired Communication
* The NFC touchpoint on the Pro Controller will be disabled while the controller is using wired communication.
■ Update connected controllers
To update, head to System Settings > Controllers and Sensors > Update Controllers
■ Added a feature that suggests deletion of software data if there is insufficient space when downloading other software
To use this feature, head to System Settings > Data Management > Quick Archive
* User save data is not deleted

General system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience, including:

■ Resolved an issue that caused game software updates to fail and prevented the software from starting
■ Improvements to prevent unintended HDMI input change with certain TVs while the console is docked in Sleep Mode

Nintendo switch system firmware updated to Version 2.2.0

 

On March 16, Nintendo team released one new system firmware version for their switch console-Version 2.2.0. From the changlog, we can not get much infirmation about update.

Improvements Included in Version 2.2.0
General system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience

How to update Nintendo switch to 2.2.0?

1. In most situations, the Nintendo Switch will automatically download the most recent system update while it is connected online.
2. You can also manually start the update if necessary.
Turn on your wifi-System Settings-System-System Update

If you want to wait the homebrews of this console, then keep your console in a low firmware version.

Plutoo gets access to Nintendo Switch system modules

We all know that the ‘webkit’ exploit for Nintendo switch has been blocked by Switch v2.1.0. Many developers do not update the system and stay at version 2.0 because they are busy studying the inner workings rather then playing games on the console. The 3DS developed Plutoo who has released 3DS Freakyhax and smilehax stated that first system module of NS has fallen.

Now it is just the new update for Switch console, and not useful for end users. It shows that some smart people are working hard and have made some progress on the Nintendo Switc
Sources from maxconsole.com

Nintendo Switch system version 2.1.0 updated

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Nintendo team has released the new system firmware V2.1.0. According to the official changelog, the new firmware does not matter much.

Improvements Included in Version 2.1.0
General system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience

But users on GBAtemp report that version v2.1.0 patches the pegaswitch which is
webkit exploit running on the Nintendo Switch. The webkit exploit is based on the vulnerability of Nintendo Switch’s browser.

How to update Nintendo switch to V2.1.0?

1. In most situations, the Nintendo Switch will automatically download the most recent system update while it is connected online.
2. You can also manually start the update if necessary.
Turn on your wifi-System Settings-System-System Update

Buy Nintendo Switch accessories

Nintendo Switch has been launched on March 3, 2017. Some players have already gotten their Nintendo Switch console. At the same time, the third parties have released many accessories for Nintendo switch.

Nintendo Switch Carrying Case

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This case is designed to hold Nintendo switch console and some game cards. It is made of durable Eva material and will protect your switch console from accidental bumps, scratches, and drops for a long time. The carrying case is lightweight and easy to carry. The internal mesh pocket can store several switch game cards. There is elastic strap which can hold your console securely.

Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller Silicone Case

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It is used for Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller. The soft and durable silicone case will protect your Joy-Con Controller from scuffs, dust, hazards and scratches. The precise cut allows full access to all ports and buttons without removing the case. It is easy to install or remove the case. Here are two colors available, black and red. It will come with two silicone cases for Joy-Con(L) and Joy-Con(R)

Nintendo Switch Portable Stand

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The stand is used for charging when playing in tabletop mode or multiplayer mode. The stand can be adjustable in height and angle. You can fold up the case and carry it easily.

Nintendo Switch official FAQ

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Nintendo Switch has launched three days ago and Nintendo team released the FAO for Nintendo Switch console. For these players who plan to buy a Switch, please read this FAQ before purchase it.

1. What’s included with the Nintendo Switch system?

Your new system comes with everything you need to pop in a game and play, including:
Nintendo Switch console
Nintendo Switch dock
1 Joy-Con™ (L) controller, 1 Joy-Con™ (R) controller
2 Joy-Con™ wrist strap accessories
Joy-Con grip accessory
Nintendo Switch AC adapter
HDMI cable

2. Do I need to buy anything extra to play with my friends and family?

You’ll be able to play select games for up to two players with the included Joy-Con (one controller per person).
You’ll also be able to purchase extra controllers for multiplayer games for 3+ players.

3. Can I earn My Nintendo™ points on Nintendo Switch games?

Yes, you’ll be able to earn points in many different ways, including by purchasing games. You can then redeem those points for digital rewards or discounts.

4. Can I play with my friends online? How about locally?

Nintendo Switch supports multiplayer gaming options of all kinds. You can play together online or in the same room using one system or multiple systems.

Specific features vary by game, such as voice chat or split-screen play, but sharing fun with friends and family is a key focus for Nintendo Switch.

Please note that online multiplayer gaming will be free until the paid service launches in fall 2017. Currently, the free-trial period and the paid service will be available for customers in the US, Canada, and Mexico.

5. Can I use my amiibo accessories?

Yes, you can use amiibo™ accessories in compatible games. The ability to scan amiibo figures and cards is built into the right Joy-Con and Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.

6. Can I watch movies or browse the web on Nintendo Switch?

Nintendo Switch is first and foremost a gaming system, so it won’t support video streaming services or internet browser functionality at launch.

7. How long will my Nintendo Switch battery last?

Battery life can last for more than six hours, but will vary depending on the software and usage conditions. For example, The Legend of Zelda™: Breath of the Wild can be played for roughly 3 hours on a single charge.

You can charge the Nintendo Switch console with the included AC adapter (even while you’re playing) or by placing it in the dock.

8. How much storage does it come with, and can I upgrade?

Nintendo Switch comes with 32GB of internal storage, a portion of which is reserved for use by the system. Users can easily expand storage space using microSDXC cards up to 2TB (sold separately).

9. Can I play my old games on Nintendo Switch?

The Nintendo Switch console is an all-new way to play, and will not include backwards compatibility. To stay up-to-date on games that are on the way, visit the game store on Nintendo.com.

10. Are Parental Controls available for the Nintendo Switch console?

Yes, a robust set of options is included to help both parents and kids have the best possible gaming experience.

Parents can set controls on the system, or use the free Nintendo Switch Parental Controls™ app to set restrictions on games and purchases, monitor gaming time, and more.

11. What is the Nintendo Switch Parental Controls™ app?

Nintendo Switch Parental Controls is a free app for smart devices to keep you engaged with your family’s gaming activities on Nintendo Switch.

Using the app, you can view what games have been played on the system and set play timer limits. You can also restrict access to games or navigate to your Nintendo Account where you can restrict spending for child accounts, and more.

12. What’s included in the online service?

The paid online service will include access to online multiplayer gaming, as well as a dedicated smartphone app that connects to your Nintendo Switch system via your linked Nintendo Account to provide an online lobby and voice chat for compatible multiplayer games.

Subscribers will also get to download and play a classic game for free for a month, and will receive discount offers on select digital games.

Please note that online multiplayer gaming will be free until the paid service launches in fall 2017. Currently, the free-trial period and the paid service will be available for customers in the US, Canada, and Mexico.

More information about the online service will be announced soon, so please stay tuned.