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Nintendo Rolls Out 'Stability' v2.1.0 Update for Switch

Discussion in 'Underground Nintendo Scene' started by GaryOPA, Mar 27, 2017.

By GaryOPA on Mar 27, 2017 at 10:36 PM
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    PLEASE DO PANIC! - Browser Hax's like 'PegaSwitch' are confirmed NO LONGER working with this 'Stability' update!

    Nintendo Switch is less then a month old, and we already have a new firmware update ontop of the first day 1 update at launch!
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    As usual when consoles first roll out there is going to be alot of 'stability' updates, but since that 'buzzword' is normally used to mean 'exploits have been patched', the world was in whirlwind panic when the 'update notice' flashed across their Switch screens, but PLEASE WORRY, as this small patch seems to have indeed patched out the 'memory leaks' with the hidden web browser, so goodbye 'PegaSwitch'!
    Enjoy Updating If You Wish To Lose Possible Future 'HomeBrew' Support! :(

    Or if you want to play SAFE keep your Switch at v2.0.0 for now until more info comes around and 'PegaSwitch' is updated. :)

    Or Better yet grab a second Switch and keep it at factory sealed v1.00 stock locked away in a vault for your future research purposes!

    MORE INFO: --> http://paste.debian.net/924671/

    OFFICIAL SOURCE: --> http://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/22525/p/897

    NEWS SOURCE: Switch system update 2.1.0 is out (via) EurAsia
     
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Discussion in 'Underground Nintendo Scene' started by GaryOPA, Mar 27, 2017.

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      Can anybody tell me if the switch consoles are different between regions? Ie does the version number 2.1.0 have an E for europe etc at the end like the 3ds does?

      I'm thinking about picking up a new us console on the cheap as it's bundled with the us special edition zelda case thats not available in my region. I know they're region free but I'm not sure how it would handle the eshop etc in the uk or if I'd even get a warranty so any advise is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
       

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