One thing that has baffled most Switch owners since day 1 is the inability to backup your game saves on a stock system. The Nintendo Switch is the first major console since the late 90’s (that I can think of at least, let me know if I’m missing something) that had no way to backup […]
I’ve been trying to create my tutorials in an order that makes sense for someone who’s just getting started with Switch hacking. As a result, I have spent a lot of time making videos on how to do the very basics of installing your CFW (Custom Firmware) and what’s different from OFW (Original Firmware). This […]
So far I’ve written about using TagMo to write Amiibo backups to cheap NFC tags using an Android phone and how to use the Powersaves for Amiibo to write Amiibo backups to their proprietary PowerTag. This next solution is one you can very easily build yourself, and use to read Amiibo and write tags on […]
I was immediately intrigued when I heard about the N2 Elite Amiibo emulator a few years ago. To be able to store multiple Amiibo on a single portable disk, and switch between them with a button sounded awesome, but at $80 I couldn’t justify the cost when I could just buy cheap tags and write […]
Using most modern Android devices, and some very cheap NFC tags, it is possible to make a much more portable version of Amiibo.
Learn how to set up SXOS, and what you can do with it.
Just a quick article to walk through creating a backup of your system NAND.
Learn how to set up EmuNAND on SXOS and how it might help you.
Where to find cheats for your Nintendo Switch games, and how to use them.
This info is a little older, but I wanted to post it for those of you who are slow to update like me.