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CEMU

Http://switchtools.sshnuke.net

ENLACES:Cemu:de juegos:https://www.ziperto.com/nintendo/wii-u-iso/. How to setup your input software to provide motion sensor data. This page will explain the various software you can setup to feed motion data to cemuhook. Control supports high-end features such as real-time ray tracing, but with a few settings tweaks, you can play it on a system with a lowly, integrated GPU.

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  • You can put everything in the same folder
  • Create a folder for your games (can be anywhere)
  • Launch Maple-Tree (MapleSeed2.exe) and configure the required paths (cemu and games folder)
    • In control panel uncheck Store Encrypted Content
    • To download a game, google 'wiiu title key', find the game and copy the Title ID
    • Insert Title ID in the top field and press Download (this will take a while)
  • Launch CEMU
    • Goto Options -> Input settings and configure your joystick (e.g. ps4 -> Wii U Gamepad, DirectInput, Wireless Controller)
    • Use the Calibrate to assign each button
    • Type a name in Profile and press Save
    • Goto File -> Load, navigate to your games folder, find a sub-folder called code inside a particular game you want to Launch
    • That's it

Fixing NVIDIA graphical artifacts

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  • Download https://github.com/DeadManWalkingTO/NVidiaProfileInspectorDmW/releases
  • Open Reference.xml and insert the following snippet inside <Settings> .. </Settings>:
  • Launch NVidiaProfileInspectorDmW.exe
  • In Profiles select CEMU
  • On the taskbar click 'Show unknown settings from NVIDIA predefined profiles'
  • Scroll to section 8 - Extra, find TILED_CACHE and set it to Off
  • Apply changes and exit
Switch Homebrew
Introduction • Homebrew Development • Homebrew Bounty • Glossary
Release ListsAll Homebrew • Applications • Games • Emulators • Demos • Exploits
• Payloads • CFWs • Development libraries & tools • PC Utilities
Information • Homebrew TitleID • Game patches and mods • Savegames • Websites

The switch has different things users call custom firmware.

  • CFW: Most known used term for 'Custom firmwares' (SXOS, Atmosphere, ReiNX). These are actually patched firmware, or firmware patchers, not real 'custom' firmwares.
  • Packages: These are ready to use, pre-setup, CFWs bundled with additional useful homebrew, such as appstore and homebrew menu.
  • OS: Fully replaced Operating System. These is a real 'custom firmware', probably not what you want when looking for 'CFW'.


  • 1Custom Firmware (CFW)
  • 2Packages
  • 3OS replacement
    • 3.1Horizon replacement
    • 3.2New operating system

Custom Firmware (CFW)

SXOS

Custom firmware from Team Xecuter.

Closed sources, and DRM protected behind a paid license.


  • Author: Team Xecuter
  • Link: https://team-xecuter.com/

Atmosphère

Opensource firmware patcher.


  • Author: SciresM
  • Link: https://github.com/Atmosphere-NX/Atmosphere
  • Thread: See GBAtemp news

ReiNX

Opensource firmware patcher based on early atmosphère CFW.

Crossover quicken 2018.

  • Author: Reisyukaku
  • Link: https://github.com/Reisyukaku/ReiNX/
  • Guide: https://reinx.guide/
  • Thread: See GBAtemp news


Packages

There are maintained and deprecated packages. This section will list oudated and fantasist packages only for archival and historical purpose. But please, only use well known and maintained packages, such as Kosmos !


Kosmos

Most trusted, maintained and used RCM package.

Previously named SDFiles. This package contains the latest release of Atmosphère, Hekate payload and some additional useful homebrew, such as Appstore.


  • Type: RCM package
  • Author : TomGer/TumGer, AtlasNX team
  • Link : https://github.com/AtlasNX/Kosmos
  • Thread: see GBAtemp news.


PegaScape

A package using Pegaswitch, Caffeine/Deja vu exploit (NOT RCM!). used with Pegaswitch and Caffeine.

Works on 4.1.0 iPatched units.


  • Type: Deja vu exploit frontend (not RCM). Using Atmosphère CFW.
  • Author: AtlasNX team
  • Link: https://github.com/AtlasNX/PegaScape/
  • Thread:


RajNX

Old deprecated package.

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  • Type: RCM package
  • Author: Rajkosto
  • Link: https://switchtools.sshnuke.net/
  • Thread:


PikaNS

  • Type: RCM package
  • Author: ThatNerdyPikachu


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Kefir

AnticonstitutionnellementNX

Please don't use this one. Don't try random things you find on internet without proper testing and assurance there's no malware or bricker.


  • Type: PegaScape based package (not RCM). Using ReiNX CFW.
  • Author: Goffrier
  • Link: https://github.com/goffrier/AnticonstitutionnellementNX
  • Thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/542826/ (deleted)

OS replacement

there are two different full OS replacement :

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  • Horizon OS replacement, working as interface to run Switch applications.
  • Other OS replacement, launching an entirely new OS (linux, Android, etc.)

Horizon replacement

These applications are full replacement of Horizon OS user interface. This new 'Home menu' interface for the switch allows you to manage and launch switch games and homebrew, can contains new features such as files managers, themes, etc.


Project Home

Unreleased replacement of Horizon OS.


  • Author: XorTroll
  • Preview: https://gbatemp.net/threads/541115/


ΔLaunch

Delta launch is a full Horizon OS replacement.


  • Author: Reisuykaku
  • Sources: https://github.com/Reisyukaku/DeltaLaunch
  • Thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/official-deltalaunch.539990/, https://gbatemp.net/threads/dlaunch-early-build-officially-released.539992/

New operating system

These are fully replaced environment, using the Switch as raw ARM device.

Linux

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Launch a linux image on witch using Shofel2 payload booter.


Linux L4T

Linux Ubuntu on switch. New version of Linux distribution with Switch specific kernel and drivers.

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  • Author: Multiple, Switchroot
  • Sources: https://gitlab.com/switchroot
  • Thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/537301/


LineageOS

Android 8.1 Oreo, used as Shield TV device.


  • Author: multiple, Switchroot
  • Sources: https://gitlab.com/switchroot/android
  • Thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/544519/