Releases

The following are considered stable releases of ReiNX. For most users these are the recommneded download when installing ReiNX.

Release v2.2.1

Apr 25, 2019

Compatibility

  • Latest Supported - 8.0.1
  • Recommended - 7.0.1

Changelog

  • Fixed sleep mode issues on 8.0.x
  • Fixed HOS version setup
  • Updated es patches
  • Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.

Release v2.2

Apr 23, 2019

Compatibility

  • Latest Supported - 8.0.1
  • Recommended - 7.0.1

Changelog

  • Full Support for Switch Firmware 8.0.0 - 8.0.1
  • Added new rnx_mitm sysmodule, replacing the deprecated fs_mitm sysmodule.
  • Added new Power Menu functionality:
    • Reboot option now reboots to the ReiNX payload on the root of your SD card.
    • Shutdown fully shuts the Switch down instead of entering RCM.
  • Preliminary / experimental SD save file redirection.
    • This is not officially supported yet, use at own risk for now!
  • Re-added version string in Settings > System menu.
  • Updated ReiNX fatal
  • Updated ReiNX creport
  • Updated sigpatches
  • Updated sysmodules: sm, pm, loader
  • Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.

Release v2.1.1

Mar 31, 2019

Compatibility

  • Latest Supported - 7.0.1
  • Recommended - 6.2.0

Changelog

  • Added versioning checks so the user is always running the latest ReiNX payload in instances where there is a payload mismatch on the PC or the SD card.
  • Updated ReiNX fatal, allowing for crash to payload support.
  • Updated included creport.
  • Updated method for launching sept upon boot for 7.0.x users.
    • Fixes rare blackscreen issues at boot.
    • Fixes bootloop issues when ReiNX.bin was on the root of the SD card when booting firmware 7.0.x.
  • Updated sigpatches for better 7.0.x compatibility.
  • Updated sysmodules: sm, pm, loader, fs_mitm.
  • Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.

NOTE: This update REQUIRES you to have the ReiNX.bin payload on the root of your SD card. Be sure to follow the Updating ReiNX section to ensure you update correctly.

 

Release v2.1

Mar 17, 2019

Compatibility

  • Latest Supported - 7.0.1
  • Recommended - 6.2.0

Changelog

  • Full Support for Switch Firmware 7.0.0 and 7.0.1.
    • Backwards compatible with older firmwares as well such as 6.2, 5.1, etc.
  • Added JIT patches, such as svcControlCodeMemory allowing for stutter-free emulation with compatible emulators / cores.
  • Added unofficial support for Reboot to Payload.
  • Added custom fatal screen for when the Switch crashes.
    • Includes support information such as Discord and ReiNX Guide links.
  • Added support for sept.
  • Improved existing support for external secmon and warmboot, optionally allowing new Exosphere and lp0fw naming schemes respectively.
  • Updated sysmodules: sm, pm, loader, fs_mitm.
  • Updated sigpatches, nogc and nosigchk for 7.0.x.
  • Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.

NOTE FOR 7.0.x USERS!

Please remove ReiNX.bin from the root of your SD card, or you will be unable to boot!

 

Release v2.0

Dec 23, 2018

Compatibility

  • Latest Supported - 6.2.0
  • Recommended - 6.2.0

Changelog

  • Full Support for Switch Firmware 6.2.0
  • Warmboot (sleepmode) is now working on downgraded Switches with excess blown fuses (Read more in our FAQ)
  • Partial implementation of SX OS services. Can load ROMMENU, but cannot mount XCIs as of this moment. Other functionality may be broken or untested.
  • Can optionally chainload a recovery payload when booting and holding holding volume up. This recovery will be located in sdmc:/ReiNX/Recovery.bin. At this moment there is no recovery payload (one in the works, look forward to it) but you can use it to boot any other Fusée Gelée payload as a dual boot.
  • Launching payload while holding Volume Down (known as verbose boot) will display the boot log text in the horizontal orientation, like you would naturally use the device.
  • LayeredFS sysmodule (fs_mitm.kip) updated, and now required to boot.
  • Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.