So at last, Homebrew Launcher for Nintendo Switch has been released for firmware 3.0.0. If you have been following The Nerd Mag, we have been reporting about the Nintendo Switch Homebrew, Emulation, possible GameCube emulation and even playing the Classic DOOM at full speed on the console. Now, as was promised, with only a few days of delay, developer Plutoo has released a Homebrew Launcher for the Nintendo Switch.
Install Homebrew Launcher for Nintendo Switch
To install the Homebrew launcher on Nintendo Switch you can follow our guide.
Who can use the Homebrew Launcher for Nintendo Switch?
Currently, Homebrew launcher for Nintendo Switch is only compatible with firmware 3.0.0.However, If the firmware version of your Nintendo Switch is lower than 3.0.0, you’ll have to update your console to firmware 3.0.0 in order to use the Homebrew Launcher.
It is recommended that to do update your firmware version to 3.0.0, you should get a copy of Pokken Tournament DX, which ships with firmware 3.0.0.However, be wary, as a few reports state that some recent copies of the game ship with firmware 3.0.1, you don’t want to upgrade to 3.0.1 so be cautious.
What can be done with the Homebrew Launcher For Nintendo Switch Today?
Currently, there are not that many homebrews for the Nintendo Switch. The Switchbrew wiki has a page of homebrews, however, it is empty for now. Moreover, we know for a fact that a few homebrews such as a doom port for Switch exist. Maybe it’s just a matter of the switchbrew wiki being filled.For those of you who are interested in this sorta thing, there are tutorials where even you can learn how to make your own homebrew with libnx, there are also a few samples.
Also, it should be noted that this is not a Kernel Exploit.However, ultimately the hackers intend to upgrade the launcher to work with kernel hacks but for now, that is not the case.
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