If this is your first time using the shop, make sure you are connected to the internet and you booted using fusee
If you have gotten shops to work before but now they are not working, know that shops go down all the time. This is normal. Check their discords for status updates. Often tits pro is the only shop working, but even it sometimes goes down.
Turn down your brightness, and go into airplane mode to decrease your power usage
Replace your battery for about $19
Make sure you have the latest firmware and version of atmosphere
Try turning off TryPlayer or other music players as they crash games that already use 2 audio sessions
Short Questions, Short Answers
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The fix that works in 90% of cases is to delete the file and reinstall while following the guide exactly. For example, say Retroarch is giving you an error message. The best and easiest solution is to delete the Retroarch folder from the root of SD and then reinstall it.
When you update your system firmware version and boot the stock operating system, your Nintendo Switch burns a microscopic fuse on the CPU. There are a total of 32 of these fuses built into the Switches Tegra X1 hardware. These fuses are in place as a security measure to prevent the Switch from being downgraded to an older firmware. Each software version expects a different number of fuses to be blown — if more than is expected, it fails to boot, and if less, it’ll blow those fuses and then proceed to boot. Blowing a fuse is irreversible— once it’s been set it can never be undone.
Unless you plan on downgrading your NAND to an older version then you don’t need to worry about burnt fuses at all. Using custom firmware you override these fuse checks so you will still be able to downgrade to older firmware if you desire. In the past fuses may have been a concern, but with our current custom firmware there is essentially no reason to try and prevent burnt fuses.