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New NX-HBloader released for the Nintendo Switch

The releases seem to be on a roll today as we get a new homebrew loader to match up with the newly released CFW Atmosphere with many improvements to go long.

Features: 

  • Now supports running as an application with access to the full ~3.2GB of RAM reserved for applications, while being backward compatible with older NRO homebrew. Running as a library applet is still supported, although it only has access to 442MB of RAM.
  • Granted access to all FS permissions.
  • Granted user/host access to all services.
  • Granted access to debugging SVCs.
  • Disabled access to core3 in order to solve stability problems when using preemptively multithreaded threads & load balancing.
  • Added support for RandomSeed homebrew ABI key, which allows NRO homebrew to use the libnx randomGet* functions without always getting back the same results throughout a single session of nx-hbloader.
  • Custom NPDM built from source.
    • Default kernel caps application type set to applet (2). Atmosphère users aren’t affected by this change since its native support for nx-hbloader automatically sets the appropriate application type.

The provided binary is an ExeFS PFS0 .nsp, which can be placed at,/atmosphere/hbl.nsp or loaded through some other ExeFS replacement method.

 

Download: hbl.nsp

 

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