Developer SciresM has come though again with Atmosphere supporting FW7.0.0 & 7.0.1 for the Nintendo Switch. This will mark Atmosphere eleventh release supporting each FW that has came along. Now if you use other CFW just like normal it will be updated in the incoming weeks.
Here whats changed since the last release:
- Support for 7.0.0/7.0.1 was added.
- This is facilitated through a new payload, sept, which can be signed, encrypted, and then loaded by Nintendo’s TSEC firmware.
- sept will derive the keys needed to boot new firmware, and then load sept/payload.bin off the SD card and jump to it.
- Recognition of applications for override/mitm has been improved.
- Nintendo’s official Title ID range (0x0100000000000000-0x01FFFFFFFFFFFFFF) is now enforced.
- A deadlock condition was fixed involving libstratosphere mitm sysmodules.
- Kernel patches for JIT support were added (Thanks, @m4xw!).
- These loosen restrictions on caller process in svcControlCodeMemory.
- set.mitm and fs.mitm were merged into a single ams_mitm sysmodule.
- This saves a process ID, allowing users to run one additional process up to the 0x40 process limit.
- A bpc.mitm component was added, performing custom behavior on shutdown/reboot requests from amor applications.
- Performing a reboot from the reboot menu now reboots to atmosphere. This can be configured via system_settings.ini.
- Performing a shutdown from the reboot menu now works properly with AutoRCM, and does a real shutdown.
- General system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience.
For information on the feature set supported by 0.8.0, please see the official release notes.