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The Switch 6.2.0 system update was released on November 19, 2018. This Switch update was released for the following regions: ALL.

Security flaws fixed: Yes

This update burns an additional fuse and has a fuse count of 8.

6.2.0 changes fundamental key generation, no longer using keyblobs at all (the OS will boot successfully even if both copies of keyblob are replaced with FFs in NAND).


Official ALL change-log:

  • General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience.



NX bootloader was updated, and is now stored compressed. Before executing, a small stub now uncompresses the bootloader to 0x40004000, size 0x1C000.

[more details to be filled in later].

Secure Monitor

The Secure Monitor was updated. [details to be filled in later].


  • Kernel was not updated.

FIRM Sysmodules

  • No FIRM sysmodules were updated.


The firmware revision magic was changed from 0x87 to 0xA8.

System Titles

All titles were updated (including flog) except for EULA, to use the new keydata.

The following sysmodules were updated with actual changes:

  • bcat, friends, hid, nvservices, account

Besides sysver titles and FIRM, the only titles' with changed RomFS are web-applets, for "/.nrr/netfront.nrr".

See Also

System update report(s):

Nintendo Switch System Versions