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  • Lakka on the Nintendo Switch window's install

  • In this section, we will help you better understand what may seem unclear to you.
In this section, we will help you better understand what may seem unclear to you.
 #7178  by Care_Bears
 Sun Jul 01, 2018 5:26 pm
What is Lakka ?

Lakka is a Linux distribution aimed at turning small computer devices into retrogaming consoles. It is a minimal operating system using RetroArch as a front-end - it contains nothing more, nothing less than what's required for RetroArch and its 100+ supported consoles and standalone games.

Installing Lakka on your Switch
Disclaimer : Neither the libretro team nor myself are responsible in case something happens to your console. This includes battery calibration desynchronization, LCD damage or even full brick. You have been warned.

Disclaimer : using Lakka on your console WILL cause battery calibration issues when coming back to Horizon.

Your console will shut down before reaching 0%, usually between 40% and 15%. You will be unable to charge it back to its true 100%, and it will continue to shut down prematurely.

There is no know software fix yet. The only know fix involves opening the console to unplug the battery connector.

IF YOU DON'T WANT TO DEAL WITH THIS : BACK OFF NOW - DO NOT USE LAKKA - WAIT FOR A SOFTWARE FIX


Step 1 : preparing the SD card
The easy way (recommended, formats your SD card)
Download the latest compressed image from https://natinusala.cheats-inc.org/natin ... es/images/
2: Extract the image using the archiver of your choice (7-Zip)
3: Burn the image to the SD card (everything will be erased) Use This program https://etcher.io/

Step 2 : booting Lakka

Once your SD card is set up, put it back in your Switch.
When booting for the first time, Lakka will resize the storage partition to fit the remaining space on your SD card. You will then need to power it off and boot again once this process is finished.


Booting from Windows

Preparation work

You will first need to install the required driver :

Get your Switch in RCM mode and plug it into your PC
It should appear as “APX” in Windows
Download and run the Zadig Driver Installer from here : https://zadig.akeo.ie/
In the list, choose the device “APX”
If it’s not showing up, check “List all devices” in the options
At the right end of the green arrow, choose “libusbK (v3.0.7.0)”
Click on the big “Install driver” button


Booting
1: Download and extract https://github.com/lakka-switch/boot-sc ... master.zip
2: Put your Switch into RCM
3: Run windows-boot.bat (or windows-win32-boot.bat on a 32bit machine