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More Power with Developer Mode on Xbox One X

Developer Mode working on Xbox One X. More resources and better speed and performance on hombrews, kodi, emulators… etc. Dev Mode is necessary for playing emulators on Xbox One. You have to own a developer account for Dev Mode activation. Microsoft is currently offering us …

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Custom Firmware on the Nintendo Switch has just got a major leap forward!

However it is likely that it will help them reverse engineer the boot process of the Nintendo Switch, and look for vulnerabilities there. Finding an exploitable bug in the boot process generally implies full control of a device, the possibility to install custom firmwares in …

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Free Activation of Dev Mode on XBOX One

This is a re-done video that I did on my original channel since I plan on expanding on this subject in the next few days. That way everyone can enjoy homebrew apps on their Xbox one and the new features you will have access to …

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PS4 Jailbreak & “Backups” Playing; PlayStation Credit Card; Xbox One Game Gifting; 1-2 Switch on PC

PS4 Jailbreak; It has taken a long time to occur, since the original exploits showing Linux running on the v1.76 PlayStation 4 consoles, but over the last week the scene has been on fire, after a series of rapid-fire tweets, updates, and teaser videos, it …

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Hacking the Nintendo Switch : Part XVI : Ripping Binaries

Binary means composed of two pieces or two parts and may refer to different things in different worlds of Mathematical, Computing, Science and Others. But, in Computing, Binary refers to : Binary file, composed of something other than human-readable text Executable, a type of binary …

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Hacking the Nintendo Switch : Part XV : First Module has Falling

So to be clear, if you have 2.1.0 or higher the exploit has been patched for you at this time. This does not mean there will not be another or even better one. In mathematics, a module is one of the fundamental algebraic structures used …

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Hacking the Nintendo Switch : Part XII : Target = Homebrew

PegaSwitch is an exploit toolkit for the Nintendo Switch. By taking over WebKit, we are able to read/write memory, call native functions, and otherwise explore the functionality of the Switch from the domain of the WebKit process. This does not currently enable homebrew software, but …

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Hacking the Nintendo Switch : Part VII : Joy-Con Joy

For me this was not the best experience using the joy-cons as a controller on my PC or smartphone but it did work. But I will stay using the my PlayStation 3 controller for both at the time, it’s just so much more accurate for …

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