Nintendo Switch system version 7.0.0 released at the end of this month, what’ new for this UPDATE? and is SX OS v2.5 support switch v7.0.o or not? We will see the full answer below.
Changelog Nintendo Switch v7.0.0-30
Nintendo Version 7.0.0 is available through an update, providing new profile icons based on New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe. Peachette fans, your time is now. More udpate details are here.
- Select from six new New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe icons for your user- To edit your user icon, head to your My Page > Profile on the top left of the HOME menu
- Added additional language support to the HOME Menu for Chinese, Korean, and Taiwanese- To change the language, head to the System Settings > System > Language
- General system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience
After performing this update, the “Traditional Chinese” and “Simplified Chinese” options will be added to the language settings settings. For a major release, the update seems a little sparse on features. Aside from some new user icons from New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, Nintendo only highlighted additional language support and “general system stability improvements”.
To update your Nintendo Switch, just go to the System Settings, and proceed with the System Update. Make sure that the Switch have enough charge to prevent further damage to the console, like bricking it.
Additionally, there is a new Joy-Con update for both the right and left controllers, though no specifics are noted on Nintendo’s official website. To perform this update, click on the controllers and sensors tab in the system settings. There’s no information about what exactly it does.
The bad news is, Nintendo Switch V7.0.0 patches the SX OS/Atmosphere/ReiNX and other CFWs, that means, if you are having CFW on your Nintendo Switch, you Shouldn’t update your console firmware.
How to block the firmware update on Nintendo Switch?
The simplest answer is absolutely airplane mode, it is also the recommended mode to use the console when SX OS CFW launched.
Otherwise you can use another method 90DNS, it’s not complicated either, and once installed, you will not be offered to update the system and you are quiet then. To know well:
90DNS is a tool to block all traffic from Nintendo servers.
The Nintendo server connection test is still successful and 90DNS allows all non-Nintendo server traffic to be trafficked.It runs under: 6.0.0 / 6.0.1 / 6.1.0 / 6.2.0.
- Go to the system settings
- Go to the Internet tab
- Open Internet settings
- If you already have a Wifi network: press your Wifi network, choose Change settings
- If you do not have a Wi-Fi network: open Manual Setup and configure your network name, SSID, and security.
- Set the DNS settings to Manual and set the primary DNS to “184.108.40.206″ and the secondary DNS to “220.127.116.11″.
- Save and then connect to the wifi.