A Type-c dongle that is a plug and play solution to injecting the necessary RCM payload to boot into CFW for SWITCH.

Features:

  • Compatible with every SWITCH console released before June 2018.

  • Support for payload.bin injection file.

  • Built-in Atmosphere, ReiNX and SXOS payload files, one-button changing payload.

  • Easy to manage, connect to a computer or mobile phone automatically recognized as a USB flash drive.

  • Excellent compatibility for Windows, macOS, Linux and Android operating system.

  • Support firmware upgrade

windows

Windows

Windows 7 and above

X-os

Mac OS

10.5 and above

LINUX

Linux

Ubuntu, Debian, Manjaro, Mint …

android

Android

4.0 and above (OTG)

Tech Specs

Compatibility

  • Compatible with every SWITCH console released before June 2018
  • Compatible with Windows / Mac OS / Linux / Android systems

Battery

  • Built-in Ultra capacitors
  • 10 seconds Quick Charge

Ports and IOs

  • Micro-USB Port
  • Type-Cport
  • RGB LED
  • Function button

Includes

  • RCMloader
  • RCMclip
  • Micro USB Cable

Dimensional Drawing

FAQ

Basic Usage

1 Extract SD files to your Nintendo Switch’ microSD card.

exFAT is recommended and required for files larger than 3.7GB, which includes a large number of games.

2 Insert RCMloader and RCMclip into your Nintendo Switch.

The RCMloader goes in the charger port, the RCMclip in the right joycon rail.

3 Hold volume-up and press the power button, CFW should start.

You can remove the RCMloader and RCMclip once CFW starts.

4 Enjoy the latest games and homebrew!

More comprehensive guide can be found here.

Show current payload steps:

1 Turn on the SWITCH console and plug in the RCMloader.
2 After the white light is on, click the button to show the current payload (LED flash twice).

 

Change build-in payload steps:

1 Turn on the SWITCH console and plug in the RCMloader.
2 After the white light is on, hold the button to jump to the next payload (LED flash 4 times).

Replace/update the payload steps:

1 Connect RCMloader to the computer by MicroUSB cable.
2 After the computer automatically recognizes the RCMloader as a USB flash disk, copy the payload.bin file to the corresponding folder to replace the payload.
* The payload file MUST rename as payload.bin