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Incognito_RCM

Incognito_RCM is a bare metal Nintendo Switch payload that derives encryption keys for de- and encrypting PRODINFO partition (sysnand and emummc) and wiping personal information from your Nintendo Switch as to go online while worrying slightly less about a ban. It has a builtin backup and restore functionality.

It is heavily based on Lockpick_RCM and takes inspiration from incognito.

Massive Thanks to CTCaer, shchmue and blawar!

This project is in early stage, so have a nand backup!!

Usage

  • Launch Incoginito_RCM.bin using your favorite payload injector
  • Use menu to make a backup! (Will be written to sd:/prodinfo_sysnand.bin and sd:/prodinfo_emunand.bin respectively)
  • Choose either Incognito (sysNAND) or Incognito (emuMMC) to wipe personal information
  • If you ever want to revert, choose restore menu points

Screenshots

Main Incognito
Backup Restore

Building

Install devkitARM and run make.

Known Issues

  • Chainloading from SX will hang immediately due to quirks in their hwinit code, please launch payload directly

Disclaimers

  • This application does not remove all personal information from your Switch, and should not be treated as a true preventative measure against getting banned.

  • ALWAYS have a NAND backup. I am not responsible for any bricks or bans. Use at your own risk, as this is an experimental program.

  • This application backs up your PRODINFO to the SD card. You should keep this backup in a more secure location, and not leave it on the SD card where it could be subject to corruption or be read by malicious applications.

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