SX OS 2.0.1 / SX OS 2.1 beta

La team Xecuter met à jour son Custom Firmware SX OS et propose aujourd’hui deux versions de celui-ci : une première dite « stable » qui corrige quelques bugs de dernière minute présents dans la version 2.0, une seconde en version « beta » qui ajoute un moteur de cheat codes permettant bien sûr de tricher, mais également de chercher de nouveaux codes.

Pas vraiment de quoi se relever la nuit, mais il est bien sûr recommandé de mettre à jour à minima en version 2.0.1 pour les utilisateurs de ce dongle.


We received a lot of feedback after the release of SX OS v2.0.

Today, we are back with *two* new versions of SX OS. Huh? Two new versions? Yes, you read that right.

As of today, we will be distributing two versions of SX OS. One is the « stable » release which has been extensively stress-tested and the other is the optional « beta » version of SX OS which comes with new functionality that needs to go through a thorough acceptation phase before it will be rebranded as the current stable version.

We got a lot of feedback from people who didn’t like us bumping the version number of SX OS so often for small fixes, and they are right. 99% of our end-users should not be bothered with small (but important) fixes but would rather enjoy a properly vetted build of SX OS.

With the introduction of the beta channel we hope to address this and introduce new exciting functionality sooner rather than later.

— What’s new in SX OS 2.0.1?

  • Stability improvements
  • Introduction of optional beta updates available through OTA updater

— What’s new in SX OS v2.1 BETA?

SX OS v2.1 beta introduces our brand new cheat engine and cheat finder. Many people requested a way to cheat in games or aid in finding cheats for games, so it has been high up on the priority list for a while. We’re curious to hear your feedback about this initial version of our game cheat addition to SX OS.

As of now we don’t have a big library of game cheats available yet, but we hope the community will come up with some cool ones that they will share publicly. Finding cheats and making (reliable) cheat codes for Switch games can be a laborious task and is in certain aspects a bit more involved than finding cheats for, say, a classic gameboy game!

For that reason we have written a small reference guide [HERE] for the aspiring cheat hackers out there detailing the format of our cheat codes, caveats that need to be accounted for, and small tips to bring you up to speed.

— Closing words

Go update your SX OS to v2.0.1 now by downloading the latest version from our website or using the online updater in SX OS itself. If you’re feeling adventurous, give the v2.1 beta a shot, which is also available to you through the online updater in SX OS.

That’s it for today. Enjoy!

–< Team-Xecuter – Rocking the Switch in 2018 and beyond! >–

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