A group of security researchers has presented an exploit for the Nintendo Switch that could bring homebrew software support to the console soon.
The group consisting of security researchers and hackers Plutoo, Derrek and Naehrwert presented their findings at the annual 34C3 hacking conference in Germany last week.
No one likes ads. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills. sentiment_dissatisfied
Please whitelist us in your adblocker software so that we can continue to provide quality content.
The presentation also shows that the console's GPU is a typical Nvidia Tegra X1 chip that has been rebranded for usage in the Nintendo Switch.
The group is now working on a homebrew launcher application that will allow those running version 3.0.0 of the Nintendo Switch firmware to launch software that hasn't been approved by Nintendo.
Homebrew software could bring new features and functions to the console that were not implemented by Nintendo. The group is not planning to develop an ISO loader to launch games acquired through illegitimate channels.