THREAD: Ultimate JTAG Help thread
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    Me and e0tl mods are helping newcomers to the JTAG scene with anything they need, if its not covered in here feel free to PM us or AIM us any questions. AIM is InstantBuster and imurmomspimp911. We know theres JTAG threads but we thought this was a good idea. If a mod disagrees, feel free to close this Happy

    We're always adding new stuff to this thread so keep checking back.

    [multipage= How to do the JTAG Hack/Dump NAND/Xell]
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    Xbins will be needed to download programs for this TUT.
    https://rapidshare.com/files/283243738/xbins.exe
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    JTAG HACK



    Requirements:
    - Some wire.
    - Soldering Iron
    - Xbox 360 with kernel version 7371 or lower(Some 7371 and 7363 consoles may not work if they have the patched CB Console manufature date of 6-1-09 and later )
    - 2 Switching Diodes. I used 1N914 - 1N4148

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    Since the diagram only shows how to tell the Generation this is how you tell what you have.
    Xenon - Non-HDMI
    Zephyr - HDMI
    Opus - Non-HDMI
    Falcon - HDMI
    Jasper - HDMI

    You will need to know your Xbox Motherboard Revision. These are the two diagrams to follow. Each one of these will need to be bridged with a piece of wire and 2 of them require a switching diode.

    The |< is where the diodes go. On the diode itself there is a thick black line. That black line is this side ---> |< of the diode. That will tell you which way to place the diode when installing the JTAG connections. Diode MUST be soldered directly to the board facing the correct way.

    Xenon Motherboard JTAG Connections
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    Zephyr, Falcon, Opus, Jasper JTAG Connections
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    How to Dump the Xbox 360 NAND


    Alright now that you have the JTAG connections out of the way its time to install the LPT cable.

    Requirements for Dumping the NAND Image
    You will need the following to dump your Xbox 360 NAND.
    - Computer with a LPT port(Printer port)
    - LPT cable with a DB25 Male end.
    - 5 100-Ohm resistors. I used 100-Ohm 1/2 Watt resistors
    - 1 Switching Diode. I used 1N914 - 1N4148
    - Solder Iron
    - Some patience
    - NandPro20b to dump the NAND
    - Total Commander to make sure your dumps are identical

    **If using a 64bit OS - Download this and Extract inpout32.dll from Win32 folder to nandpro folder. Rename inpout32.dll to DLPortIO.dll
    https://rapidshare.com/files/332755032/InpOutBinaries_1200.zip
    Now dumping your NAND is crucial to this. You want to have a good clean NAND image that can be flashed back to the console if need be. So lets get started.

    1. We need to set up the solder connections onto the motherboard. I used a printer cable and cut it midway and spliced it open. Then used a multimeter to figure out which cable goes to which pin. I then wrote the color/pin combination on a piece of paper. If you decide to do the same as me and not make your own cable I suggest writing down the color/pin combo so you don't have to use the multimeter again.

    This is what my printer cable looks like.
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    As you can see I have all the resistors soldered to the ends of the cable and the one diode attached as well. All I have to do is solder it to the motherboard and I have my connection to the NAND reading and it can dump.

    Soldering the cable to the board.
    Now attaching the cable to the motherboard is easy as long as you know how to read the diagram which is pretty straight forward. Just follow the lines. This diagram also shows the JTAG connections. Just ignore that they are there since you already have the diagrams up top. *Diode MUST be soldered directly the the board, will not work in plug housing if you make your own cable!*

    NOTE: This will make it a lot easier for you that do not solder the resistors to the board and have made your own lpt cable. This will solve most of your "Could not detect flash controller" errors.

    1. Cut spare resistor stems off.
    2. Cut those stems in half.
    3. Wrap the end of your wire from the lpt cable around the stem and solder the stem and wire togehter.
    4. Now Solder that stem INSIDE the hole on the motherboard. Not on top but actually letting it sink inside the point.



    LPT Connections are the same for every single board. There is not difference. This picture names those motherboards because of the JTAG points that are in the picture. Disregard that. LPT connections are the same for ALL boards!

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    Pin number 18 coming from the LPT cable is shown as ground. This wire should be soldered to either the ground next to where Pin 11 solders to or the ground under where Pin 16 solders to. This will ground it and prevent the 360 from shorting and turning off.

    Ok so now that you have the LPT cable soldered to the motherboard and have your cable connected to your PC. It is time to start dumping the NAND. In order to dump the NAND you will need Nandpro20b which can be downloaded on Xbins.
    Directory for Nandpro20b is
    /XBOX 360/development/kernel/nand tools/NandPro/
    Getting files together:
    1. Make a new folder and name it Nandpro20b then extract the content of the rar file into this folder.
    2. Place the Nandpro20b folder in the root directory of your hard drive.
    3. In the Nandpro20b folder there is a prgram called "port95nt.exe" run that to install the drivers. Then you are ready.
    NandPro should work with all 32bit OS's. It is said it works fine with Vista and 7 but may need admin rights and XP Compatibility on.
    Anyway lets get to reading your NAND.

    Plug the power cable into the back of the 360 and into the wall so it has its power source. But do not turn on the 360 as it is not required. All you need to do is plug in the power cable and continue.

    Dumping the NANSad Awesome
    1. Click Start
    2. Select run
    3. Type CMD
    4. Now in the command window you will need to type the command to read.
    For Xenon, Zephyr, Flacon, Opus and 16mb Jasper's(No internal memory)
    C:\Nandpro20b\nandpro.exe lpt: -r16 nand1.bin
    For Jasper's with 256mb Internal memory.
    C:\Nandpro20b\nandpro.exe lpt: -r256 nand1.bin
    For Jasper's with 512mb Internal memory.
    C:\Nandpro20b\nandpro.exe lpt: -r512 nand1.bin
    5. Click enter and it should start. If it says testing 4 times and fails you need to check your soldering.
    6. If done right it will start to read the NAND. It should read to block 3FF.
    7. Repeat step 4. You want to have at least 2 dump to compare to each other and make sure they are identical.

    *Note that it is possible that your NAND has bad blocks in it. Error(25x) and you keep getting this each time you dump the NAND don't worry. It is safe to continue because that is just how your NAND image is.

    How to check if your NAND dumps are identical.

    Download Total commander here.
    https://rapidshare.com/files/319941523/tcmd750a.exe
    1. Open Total Commander.
    2. Click File
    3. Compare by Content
    4. A new window will open. Open on nand dump for file one and open the second dump for file 2.
    5. Then click Compare.
    6. If it says file are identical you are set to continue. If it does not say that. I suggest you go back and dump 1 or 2 more times.

    If your two dumps are identical. Congratulations. You have successfully dumped your Xbox 360 NAND. Now you can continue.

    Checking the CB Version


    This is a very important step for 360's with the 7371 kernel. Some of these 360's have been patched already to stop the JTAG hack. This is the way to make 100% sure whether or not your 360 is still vulnerable.
    /XBOX 360/development/kernel/downgrading/
    Open your NAND image in Degraded1.1
    Your CB version will be displayed.
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    Exploitable CB versions:
    1888, 1902, 1903, 1920,1921: exploitable xenon
    4558: exploitable Zephyr
    5761, 5766, 5770: exploitable falcon
    6712, 6723: exploitable jasper

    Non-Exploitable CB Versions (CD = 8453 for all of them)
    Xenon: 1922, 1923, 1940
    Zephyr: 4571, 4572, 4578, 4579
    Falcon/Opus: 5771
    Jasper: 6750

    NAND wont open in Degraded? Here is how to fix that.
    1) Make a copy of your NAND backup
    2) Open that copy in a hex editor
    3) At offset 0x0012 you will see 2004 - 2007 Microsoft Corporation
    4) Change that to 2004 - 2005 Microsoft Corporation
    5) Now you image will open in Degraded.

    For Big Block consoles. Degraded will not open your image.

    How to Install Xell


    Xell is used to grab your CPU Key for your console. Which is a good thing to have in case you need to open your KV. Install Xell is easy and takes little to now time. This is not needed to install XBR. XBR already has Xell integrated with it. This is for the people that just need their CPU key to decrypt their KV to get their DVD key. XBR 3 will start Xell if you start the 360 with the eject button.

    First you will need to download it from Xbins. Again here is the directory.
    /XBOX 360/development/free60/images/
    Download the image for your motherboard revision. Extract and place it in the nandpro folder. Make it easy on yourself and rename the Xell file to Xell

    With your LPT cable and everything still set up. You will be using nandpro again. So here we go again.

    1. Click start
    2. Click run
    3. Type CMD
    4. Type the command.
    C:Nandpro20bnandpro.exe lpt: -w16 Xell.bin 
    Don't worry about the file size. It is meant to only write to the beginning of your NAND flash.
    5. Click enter and it should starting writing.
    6. Once it is done writing. Unplug the lpt cable from the PC and turn on the 360. It should boot into a blue screen. If it does then you did it right.

    Getting the CPU key.
    Have a camera ready to take a picture of the Fuse Set's that pop up briefly.
    Take a picture that includes fuse set 3,4,5,and 6. These contain your CPU key.
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    Take either 3 and 5 or 4 and 6. This will make up your cpu key. 3=4 5=6 So for example. I will take 3 and 5.
    3= E42D681ED06A6D1C
    5= 1FFD8E48C56A2058

    So my CPU Key is - E42D681ED06A6D1C1FFD8E48C56A2058

    Adding either one of the two will make your CPU key.

    After getting your cpu key you can write your original nand image back to the board. Or go straight forward and install XBReboot or freeBOOT.

    How To Install XBReboot
    Will be added very soon!


    To flash your nand image back on, use this command
    For Xenon, Zephyr, Flacon, Opus and 16mb Jasper's(No internal memory)
    C:Nandpro20bnandpro.exe lpt: -w16 nand1.bin
    For Jasper's with 256mb Internal memory.
    C:Nandpro20bnandpro.exe lpt: -w256 nand1.bin
    For Jasper's with 512mb Internal memory.
    C:Nandpro20bnandpro.exe lpt: -w512 nand1.bin
    Typed by me, diagrams taken off Free60.

    [multipage=Basic Lobby Info]

    Hosting lobbies:

    To host lobbies boot up your jtag. Make sure you are logged into an OFFLINE profile at this time. Go to the Game Library tab. You will see XeXmenu. Highlight Xexmenu and launch it by pressing A.

    Xexmenu will launch and will default to the Games Discovery tab of Xexmenu. There should be an icon of Modern Warfare 2 displayed. Please note, at NO TIME are you to use this Icon to launch into MW2 for hosting purposes.

    Now you will need to navigate away from the Games Discovery tab of Xexmenu. To do this, you can use either the LB or RB buttons. Hitting LB or RB buttons will allow you to navigate to different sources that is currently connected to the jtag console.

    Devices that can be navigated are hdd , dvd , flash (at NO TIME should you be messing with files within this directory) , and usb. Usb can be usb0: usb1: . Where usb0: can be the flash drive and usb1: can be an external usb drive for additional game storage.

    (Note on external usb drive used for game storage: The external usb drive must be formatted to FAT32. If you have a large drive 1tb to 2tb, look for an application called swissknife. It will allow you to format high capacity drives up to 2tb to FAT32. Any added games to the exteranal hard drive will have to go into its own folder and in a Games directory ie. usb1:/Games/Name of Game. You will have to create a different folder for each game. )

    By using the LB or RB buttons, navigate to either usb0: or usb1: , you will know if you're in the correct directory if you see a folder named Games. Games is the folder you're looking for.

    Using the dpad on the controller choose the Games folder and hit A to enter into the Games directory. In the Games directory you will see a folder named Modern Warfare 2. Press A to enter into the Modern Warfare 2 directory.

    Now you will see the actual game files pertaining to Modern Warfare 2. Using Dpad scroll down and choose default_mp.xex . Launch the default_mp.xex by pressing A.

    The multiplayer menu of Modern Warfare 2 should show up and present you with the options to have an Xbox Live game. If you are wanting to host a lobby at this time and your box is either unbanned or have been unbanned by way of new keyvault, you would press A on the

    Xbox Live icon presented in MW2 multiplayer screen. Since all this time you are signed into an OFFLINE profile, a menu will pop up allowing you to choose a profile that is LIVE enabled. I suggest you create a new LIVE profile using either the free ones that any retail 360

    will allow you. It will allow you up to 3 free 1 month LIVE profiles.

    You are now signed into LIVE and are ready to host your lobby. Create a private match and invite your friends, helpers, and or paid list. Start the game. Once the game have started, you will need to press START on the controller and go into BUTTON LAYOUT.

    You will need to switch your layout from DEFAULT to LEFTY then press B, and B again to back out into game screen. At this moment you will need to enable the mods to work in your lobby. To enable mods you will press UP on Dpad then RIGHT TRIGGER and then

    DOWN on the Dpad.

    You should see that the game have restarted itself, you will notice that the countdown timer have started again from 12. Your mods are now enabled. To regain functions of your controller you will have to enter back into BUTTON LAYOUT and switch your layout back to

    DEFAULT. You will need to do this everytime you start a lobby.



    Unbanning:

    To unban you will need to flash the updflash.bin file that I will provide using Flash360.xex

    Flash360.xex will be located on usb where the Games directory is also located. You will insert your usb to the computer and copy over the updflash.bin file that I will be providing. Copy it over and when it ask you to overwrite choose yes. Now boot up Jtag and boot up

    Xexmenu. In Xexmenu use the LB or RB buttons to navigate to the correct device with the Games directory. You will see a green icon of Flash360.xex if you're in the correct directory. Highlight Flash360.xex and press A to launch.

    You will be presented with Flash360 menu with blue background. The buttons sequence to flash and unban are as followed:

    Press A

    Press B

    Press Start

    Press Start

    Press A - at this point you will see at the bottom of the screen the nand blocks being written to. Please wait until completion at block 3FF. You will be prompted to hit any button to continue.

    Press A

    Press Back

    Press Back - at this time your console should display shutdown menu with auto counter starting at 5 and will count downwards. Upon reaching 0 on the countdown, the console will shut itself off. At NO TIME are you to disrupt the countdown process and also DO NOT

    use the main Xbox guide button to exit out of flash360 program.

    Turn the jtag back on. You will have to go through the process up setting up the console again. Please do so and when asked to choose a profile, remember to choose an OFFLINE profile at this time. You do not want to ever sign on to LIVE from the dashboard as it will

    decrease the KV life time on LIVE. You would only want to sign into LIVE when you are ready to host and only by ways of using the default_mp.xex stated above.


    [multipage=Installing stuff on your HDD AFTER your JTAG's setup]

    The Ultimate Tutorial for setting up a J-Tag Console!

    All files can be found here:
    1.Install XeXmenu or Freestyledash







    XeXmenu Install


    Take the image file that is in the XeXmenu folder and burn it to a Cd or DvD and place it in your console and play it. When XeXmenu starts press the left bumper on your controller until you see (Usb0:) at the top left of the screen. now press X on the controller and you will see a pop up of all the storage devices. Go to the DVD device and open. Then highlight (CODE999) and press Y on the controller and you will see another pop up with copy and paste options. Now highlight (Copy) and press A button to copy the CODE9999 folder.

    Now press X on the controller and highlight (Hdd1:) and press A. Go to the content folder and press A. Now go to the (0000000000000000) folder and press A. Now press Y on the controller and highlight paste and press A. You're done!

    Now XeXmenu will show up in the game library of your xbox 360 Dashboard (NXE Dashboard). You don't need the disk anymore as it's installed.






    FreestyleDash Install




    *Copy the contents inside the "freestyle" folder into the root of Usb0: (external hdd plugged in the back usb port) !!!!!The hdd must be formated to Fat32!!!!! You can use the (Fat 32 Format program) I supplied in the Winrar file.

    Now to get your games ex. xbox 360, xbox live arcade, emulators, and homebrew to show up in freestyledash you need to make four folders on the root of your external hdd.

    *These are case sensitive*

    -games--(xbox 360 games) Read Game support further down the page.

    -application--(homebrew) User made apps and games

    -emulaters--(Take a guess) There are many types to choose from

    -content/0000000000000000--(xbox live arcade games)



    Make a FreestyleDash shortcut in NXE Dash



    To make a shortcut to freesyledash on your legit xbox dashboard go to freestyledash folder that you put on the root of your external hdd and in there will be a launch folder. Take the (freestyle-usb) file "not the image file there are more than one file" and Copy it to the Xbox hdd in (Hdd1:\Content\0000000000000000\CODE9999\00007000\*here*) to have it show in the NXE Dashboard. If it doesn't have the 00007000 folder create one!


    *Notes*


    On the first boot you will be asked if you want the dashboard data stored on the usb drive or xbox hdd. This is where the artwork and program information will be stored. Pick the usb because this is where your freestyle dash is and every time you go in to freestyle dash it will make a list of any new content or games you have added sense the last you were there.



    *** Now that you have went into freestyle for the first time as you will see there is no artwork-pictures on any of the games.


    To get those you hook up the external hdd to your pc and go into the folder called (FSD Indexer). In this folder you will see a program called (FSD Indexer.exe), Open this and a window will pop up. *Keep all settings the same and at the bottom there will be a drop down list of all your storage devices. Choose you j-tag external hdd and press o.k. This will open a new window and at the bottom you will see a button that says "get artwork for all games" (press it). Then there will be a pop ut that says "incomplete games only?" Pick no so it will scan all your games. When it is finished close Fsd Indexer and it will ask you if you want to save (Yes). Then it will ask you if you want to restart your xbox (say no) or it will freeze the program. This is only for when you are using Ftp to stream from your console to your pc.

    O.k. you're done and now you will have all the artwork for the games you just added.


    **Anytime you add a game to your external hdd you will have to open it with FreestyleDash so it will make a list of the new content or games you have added. Then repeat the process in Fsd indexer.** The first time you run the indexer it will take quite some time, as it has got a lot of artwork to get depending how much you have added. "Be Patient".




    Video Preview Support
    -----------------------------




    As for the previews, the indexer does not download those. To get them go to " ---.MSXBOX-WORLD.com " and press the videos tab. Here will be all the previews you will need. Now that you have downloaded the preview that you want you must **** rename it to Preview **** If you don't it will not play. FSD indexer has made a folder called FSdata on the root of your external hdd. In it you will see the artwork folder with all your games.


    Example if I have Borderlands I would Download the video and rename it to "preview" and put it in fsdata/artwork/borderlands.




    Game Support
    ------------------------



    In order for games to work from the external hdd you cannot just stick the iso in the games folder as it will not show or play. You have to use the program (Xbox_Image_Browser):

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    Press File then open image file as shown above and find your iso image of your game with the explorer.

    Once you have done that it will look like this:


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    Now right click the name of the game as shown above and you will see a pop up that says extract. Press it and explorer will come up and ask you were you want to save it.

    Remember that (games) folder you made on the root of your external hdd. Make a new folder within that of the game you are extracting and put there. Now it will show up in Freestyledash. Thats it.




    2. Installing Emulaters/content




    There are two types of emulators


    -God file emulators (Which go within the stock hdd only and show up in the game library in the NXE Dashboard).

    -.xex file emulators (Which will not show up in the NXE Dashbourd but can be put in either the stock or external hdd.)



    God Emulators


    The most popular of these are:

    -GenesisPlus360 (Comes in a file called FFED0707)

    -SNES360 (Comes in a file called FFED7300)

    -MAME360 for retail dash (Stand Up Arcade)



    The SNES and Genesis folders need to go in the 360 stock hdd. the hdd can be accessed in the custom Dashboards above (XEXmenu or FreestyleDash). The files go to (Hdd1:/content/0000000000000000/"they go here).

    The MAME360 folder will also go in the xbox hdd but in the (
    content/0000000000000000/CODE0006/00080000/here).

    Now they will show up in the NXE Dashboard.

    For these two emulators you will put a folder on the root of the external hdd called (_Emus) and whithin this folder you will make a directory called:

    -Genesis360/Roms/"roms will go here"

    -SNES360/Roms/"roms will go here"



    For the MAME360 emulator you will put a folder on the root of the external hdd called (Emus) "no under score". I have already configure everything in this emus folder for you. You can get it here:

    This will only work if your installing and using it with a external hdd:, also the external hdd must be plugged in the back of the console were the wifi adaptor would go. This will have all the bells n whistles and also a (Roms) folder to put the Mame roms. Once you go into a game with this emulator you must press the left trigger,right trigger and the A button at the same time. This will give you a pop up window with system option. Go into Game Configurations and select wich buttons do what for that games. Thats the Basics on MAME360.



    .xex emulaters


    The most popular of these are:

    -SMS360 (Sega Master Series)

    -XeboyAdvance (Gameboy Advance)


    The SMS360 and XeboyAdvance emulators have everything you need to run them within the folder except the roms. The folder contains the .xex file,media folder, rom folder (were you put the roms), and a few other folders depending on the emulater.

    **Remember the (emulator) folder you made on the root of the external hdd? That is were you stick these type of emulators. Now they will show up in Freestyledash.




    NXE2GOD


    This will allow you to upload you 360 games and play them from your xbox 360 hdd without having the disk in the drive.

    Just put the NXE2GOD file in the xbox 360 hdd. It goes (Hdd:/content/CODE9999/00080000/here)

    Now it will show up in the NXE Dashboard under Game library. When you open it some text will show up and run briefly and that's it. Run it any time you add a new game to the "xbox hdd".




    Xbox Live Arcade Games


    Once you have downloaded some xbl arcade games you need to unlock the full version of the games. To do this you will use (XBLA-unlocker-v1.6). Just run the program and press (open folder) to locate the folder with all your XBLA inside. Once you have done this all your XBLA will be shown. Just press (enable full version) and you're done.


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    Do you remember the (content/000000000000000) folder you made on the root of the external hdd? This is were all your XBLA games go. ex (content/0000000000000000/here.




    XBOX LIVE CONTENT


    Most popular content is :

    -Avatar Clothes

    -Map Packs

    -Game Add-ons

    These will go in the Xbox Hdd (Hdd:/content/0000000000000000/here)

    But before you do this you have to change ID (XUID) that is in it to get it to work with your profile.

    To do this you will need to extract your profile from the Xbox Hdd to your desktop. It will be in a file that looks something like this (E0001367FA201DDB) that will be located in (Hdd:/content/here).


    ****Very Important**** If your profile has never been on xbox live it will not have a XUID and this will be pointless.

    Now open up the program called (Le Fluffie App) and press (file) then press (open) at the top. Find your Profile that you extracted on your desktop and open it.


    It will look like this:
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    Take the last *twelve* numbers of the (XUID) and save them on a notepad file and put it some were safe.


    Now to inject your XUID into your XBL Content "ada" Avatar clothes or Map packs/Game Add-ons you will nee to open (Yaris Swap



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    Copy and paste the last twelve Xuid numbers and put them in the top right as shown. Also put a check in the (Avatar DLC,replace XUID check box)

    Then press the (Go to Folder) and as you can guess go to the folder were your content is. Then press the (Hex/Yaris Swap/options) button and you're done. Your profile ID is now injected into the content.

    Put it where it goes (Hdd:/content/0000000000000000/here) and your good to go.



    ****Important**** Map packs and Game Add-ons may have to have a (title update) inserted in the Cache folder of the xbox hdd to show up and play. (Hdd:/Cache/here)

    These title updates can be found using google make sure you get your region updates.




    INSTALLING MOVIES TO EXTERNAL HDD


    In the file packet There will be a ( Media Folder)< take the contents of this folder which is (fffeo7df) and place it in the ****xbox hdd****. It will go in (Hdd1:/content/0000000000000000/here).

    Now make a "movie" folder on the root of your external hdd to put all your avi files. To access the movies go to the NXE Dashboard and scroll over to video and your external hdd will show up as a portable device. Look for the movie folder you made and the movies will be shown.






    O.K. guys this is the basics, I hope this gives you more help than whats out there as there was not much when I started out.

    Moderns




    [multipage= Downgrading Freeboot 0.032 to 0.30]
    I'l admit this isn't the most detailed guide & I apologise for that, but surely it's clear enough.

    I felt this was needed & that it was in the correct section.
    I've seen many post's recently about downgrading from 0.032, to 0.30 to import a kv.
    In a result of importing the kv while using version 0.032... Christmas comes early & you get red lights.
    All you need to do, is follow these simple steps.

    1.Create a FreeBOOT 0.30 image.
    2.Flash it to your console. NOTE: If you own a xenon, you can just import the kv on 0.032.
    3.Import the kv in 360 flash tool, then patch it to a copy of your original nand (obviously).
    4.Once flashed it will say your profiles are corrupt. Just recover your gamertag and it will be fine.
    5.If your going to continue swapping kv's, I would advise staying on 0.30.

    Thanks to - I UNiiQU3 I for updating me on a little info.
    - Sindyrello for the FreeBOOT tut.
    Hope this helped.
    Downloads;

    360 Flash Tool - You must login or register to view this content.
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    Tutorial on creating a FreeBOOT 0.30 image;
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    [multipage=How to FTP your JTAG]
    This tut will show you how to connect to your JTAGED Xbox 360 Via FTP... First off you need to have XEXMenu1.1 installed on your xbox... here's a tut to do that:


    Installing XEXMenu1.1:
    Spoiler:


    Requirements:

    -Xbins and imgburn: [url="https://rapidshare.com/files/374632622/Xbins_and_Imgburn.rar"]Rapidshare[/url]
    -Blank DVD/CD - (DVD method)
    -Laptop/PC with DVD/CD burner - (DVD method)
    -Data Transfer Cable - (Stock Xbox HDD method)
    -Way of connecting HDD to pc - (Custom HDD method (im not sure how to do this))
    - Xport360 or Xplorer360: [url="https://rapidshare.com/files/374649786/Setup_XPort_360_v2_12.zip"]Rapidshare[/url] - Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 needed i think: You must login or register to view this content.

    The tut:

    Spoiler:



    First off you want to extract the rar file with xbins and imgburn in it to your desktop and run xbins.exe

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    Now you want to navigate to: Xbox 360>Awesome faceashboards> XEXMenu

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    Now you want to drag Xexmenu_v1.1-ISO.rar if your using the DVD/CD method or XexMenu_v1.1.rar if your using the HDD method to the left window (by default it is your desktop)

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    Once its on your desktop you want to open the .rar up and extract the .iso to your desktop. Now load imgburn up and select Write image file to disk.

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    Now drag the .iso into the top left area of the program then click the write button at the bottom of the window

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    Now your disk should be burning

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    Once its burned take the disk and place it in your jtag xbox's disk tray

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    Now my Jtag no longer has a DVD tray so i cannot use my own pics so i am taking them from [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ-w38C9NSQ"]this video[/ame]. If you too dont have a DVD drive Dont panic! what you will need is a way of accessing your HDD in your xbox. if you have a stock HDD get hold of a DataTransfer cable (You must login or register to view this content.) and scroll down, if you have a custom HDD you will need to lug it directly into your pc but i dont know the exact details on doing that.

    Now, back to the DVD method:

    Select Play game

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    Then when the menu below loads press RB to move to the HDD

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    Then press X and select DVD on the right to move to the DVD directory

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    Now you can see the CODE999 folder

    Press Y and select copy on the CODE999 Folder then move back to the HDD1 directory

    Then move into Content> 0000000000000000 folder (if the 0000000000000000 folder isn't there make it (use 16 Zeros))

    (my images again)
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    Then press Y and select paste, The XEX menu has now been copied to the directory,

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    you can now exit to the dashboard, remove the disk, then go to games library and you will see the XEXMenu 1.1 there to play, thats it, your done

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    STOCK HDD METHOD

    Install Xport 360 from the link above then connect you HDD to your PC via the transfer cable

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    Then navigate to Partition 3> Content> 0000000000000000

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    Now drag the CODE999 Folder what is in the XexMenu_v1.1.rar what you got from xbins earlier Then open the XeXMenu_v1.1-LIVE.rar and then copy the CODE999 folder into the 0000000000000000 Directory

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    Now plug your HDD back into your xbox and XEXMenu 1.1 should be in your games library

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    All done.




    Now we have xex menu we need to make a download... You are going to want a FTP client so for this tut i will be using WinSCP what is free and can be downloaded from You must login or register to view this content.
    By all means you can use your own program but this tut is done using WinSCP.

    Now the physical requirements:
    - A JTAGED Xbox
    - A PC or Mac (tut on windows 7, os x will be added if requested)
    - An Ethernet cable connecting your computer to your xbox

    All set? Lets go!

    First off lets get the details we need from the xbox. Turn it on with it connected to the pc and load xex menu.

    Press RB twice and you will see your IP:

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    As you can see, mine is 192.168.2.5 (i manually set that yours may be different)

    Now we want to go onto our PC and add WinSCP to the exceptions to our firewall. for the default windows 7 firewall navigate to Start>Control Pannel> System and Security> Allow a program through the firewall.

    Now you will see a window like this:

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    click the "Change Settings" button in the top right of the window and tick the two boxes i have ticked (if only one is WinSCP is there just tick both boxes in it instead of one on each one)

    Now its allowed through the firewall (if you have additional firewalls you need to sort them out yourself)

    Now we can load up WinSCP and click "New" to create a new connection.

    You are greeted by this window:

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    Now you need to make the following changes:

    -Host Name: "THE IP ADDRESS FROM EARLIER"
    -Port Number: 21
    -User Name: xbox
    -Password: xbox
    -File Protocol: FTP

    it will look a little like this:

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    Now hit save, tick the "Save Password" box if you want to then give it a name (i called it XBOX)

    Now you will see it here:

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    Hit Login and it will connect... you will see this:

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    On the left is the local device (your pc) and on the right is the xbox... just got to where u want to add files and drag 'n' drop them in...


    I know there are gona be 1000's of problems and questions so just ask them here and i will do my best to help.


    please + Rep if i helped

    [multipage=How to boot into FreeStyle Dash]

    OK, so I have seen this posted too many times. So I decided I would write a tut. First one, so go easy on me.

    How to boot into FreeStyle Dash from NXE Dash!!!


    Requirements:


    • Xbins
    • WinZip/WinRar or any unpacking program
    • JTAG
    • M$ HDD or MemUnit, or a USB HDD
    • Tansfer Cable/FTP/USB Flash drive


    Spoiler:

    OK, so lets start off by getting the files we need.
    If you don't have Xbins, you will need to download it. It is a false positive on AV scans. don't worry.
    https://rapidshare.com/files/283243738/xbins.exe

    After you have xbins start it up and download two files:
    Xbox360\Dashboards\Freestyle Dash    then get the 1.2.zip file

    Xbox360\Dashboards\FreeStyle Dash\_Old   then get the 1.08.rar file

    After downloading them extract them, they usually download to the desktop. We will start with the 1.2 file.
    After extracting it you will see this:You must login or register to view this content.The folder you are going to copy is the "FreeStyle" folder. Copy it to the root of your JTAGs HDD. It should look like this:You must login or register to view this content.Ok that was the easy part. Now for the part that most people have problems with.
    Now unpack the 1.08 file. It will look like this:You must login or register to view this content.Inside of the "Launch" folder you will see these files:You must login or register to view this content.
    Now if you are using a M$ Hdd then you would use the "freestyle-hdd" file(not the ISO)
    If you are using an external USB Hdd then you would use the "freestyle-usb" file(again, not the ISO)
    Copy the correct file to the MemUnit or M$ Hdd that you use to store profiles/boot to XeXMenu. You will copy the file into this location:
    Content\0000000000000000\C0DE9999\00007000\      You will need to make the 00007000 folder, code9999 should be there from XeXMenu
    It should look like this:You must login or register to view this content.

    Congratulations! You just installed FreeSyle Dash. Now, upon first booting you will be asked where you would like to store/run your files frrom. If you have a M$ Hdd then pick Hdd. If you use an external USB drive then pick USB. It will scan your drive for all of your files. This completes the installation process.


    You can boot from a disk, simply add the correct ISO to a disk and set your XBOX to load a disk upon start. The disk will boot you into FreeStyle Dash. If you don't want to use a disk then follow the next TUT.

    How to boot into FreeStyle Dash on Start-Up!!!

    Requirements
    • JTAG
    • 9199 FreeBoot
    • XBR3 --- I use FreeBoot. Use XBR method at your own risk!
    • M$ Hdd [Used to boot] -- MemUnit might also work
    • Flash360 -- XBR Only -- Download from xbins -- XBOX360/dashboards/Flash360


    Spoiler:

    Start off by downloading Dash Launch v0.02
    //
    //You can get dash_launch from xbins.
    //
    // \\XBOX360\dashboards\XeXMenu


    Then if you are going to do the XBR version download this file:
    *Credit to belenos @ xbox-scene*
    https://www.mediafire.com/?jnmmoqjotqn


    For FreeBoot/XBR users:
    Unzip the DashLaunch file and inside you will see this:You must login or register to view this content.
    The 2 files we are worried about are:
    Launch.ini
    Launch.XeX


    For USB
    Place the "Launch.xex" file on the root of your M$ Hdd..might also work with MemUnit

    For M$ Hdd
    Place the "Launch.xex" file on your Hdd. This needs to go on the root of your Hdd "content" partition. For most users this will be the root. If not, will most likely be Partition 3 root.

    Next open up "launch.ini" in NotePad and edit accordingly:


    For USB:
    LUsb:\Freestyle\FreestyleDash.xex;


    For M$ Hdd:
    LHdd:\Freestyle\FreestyleDash.xex;


    Now to add the .ini file to your Hdd:

    For USB:
    Add to the root of your USB Hdd.

    For M$ Hdd:
    This needs to go on the root of your Hdd "content" partition. For most users this will be the root. If not, will most likely be Partition 3 root.

    An example of what this all should look like. Using a M$ Hdd:
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    FreeBoot users are now done, you may restart your XBOX. It should boot into FreeStyle Dash.
    If you still have XBR please continue. You have to update some XBR patches.

    For XBR Users:

    Unzip the XBR Patches file you downloaded earlier. Inside you will find a bunch of different files:
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    Select and rename accordingly:
    1.) Rename appropriate XBRpatch to updpatch.bin: 
    For 16 Mb nand rename updpatch_16MB.bin

    For Big Blocks (256 and 512 Jasper) rename updpatch_Big_Block.bin


    // As per the read me from the download. I did not use this method. I am not responsible for errors.


    After you select the file you need and rename it. You need to update XBR. Follow a TUT for Flash360 if you are confused about using Flash360

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    ^^ Credit EclipseModz Flash360 Tut ^^
    Once at the Flash360 screen:
    Press B to Write Update Areas of Rebooter

    Press B to write updpatch.bin

    After updating press the "back" button twice, your XBOX will shut off, then restart. It should now boot into FreeStyle Dash.


    [multipage=How to recover from a bad nand flash]


    I realized that a lot of people are having issues with their xbox's not powering on. Use this guide to recover your nand. I did not write this tutorial and I take no credit for it.

    I didn't see a post for this anywhere on 7s.

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    Ok if you have tried the jtag hack and have been unsuccessful (Xbox wont turn on at all and "Cannot detect a flash controller" in Nandpro) do not panic there is salvation. Winky Winky

    You can recover from this Hell by shorting out the nand there is two methods on how to do this and both accomplish the same thing. The first method is the one that is most recommended but is a bit more difficult to do. what you want to do is short out pins 44 and 47 by connecting them with a piece of wire (or anything conductive ex: screwdriver or pin)


    METHOD 1

    SHORTING OUT PINS 44-47

    Here is a detailed diagram I have made showing the pin outs on the nand so you know which pins you need to connect together to short it out.

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    The procedure for causing the short is the same for both methods and will be reviewed below





    METHOD 2

    NOW THE SECOND METHOD IS A LOT EASIER BUT IS ALSO MUCH MORE LIKELY TO CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR 360. USE AT OWN RISK!!!!!

    This method involves getting a piece of stripped wire and laying it across all of the legs of the nand at once. Thus causing a short and forcing the nand into a recovery mode where you can than erase or rewrite it. below is another pic i have edited to show you what i did.

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    *Note the wire can be held in place with your index finger on one side and your middle finger on the other while doing the procedure.


    PROCEDURE

    This procedure works for both methods but i am going to demonstrate Method 2 because it is easier to execute and illistrate



    Disconnect all cables from your console. Reconnect the video cable and get your wire in place on the nand.

    Pic Below


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    Now while still holding the wire in place with your finger reconnect the power cable to the board

    This is what everything should look like


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    Now remove the wire carefully not to touch anything on the board. (best method is to just let go of it and pick it up after.) check your xbox 360's power bar if the light has stayed orange than you should be fine if it turned red than the surge protect has kicked in and you need to repeat the procedure.

    Now open the command prompt and go into nandpro and test reading from the nand.

    ex: C:\nandpro\nandpro lpt: -r16 test.bin 1 1

    this command will attempt to dump your keyvault if you get a flash config and it succeeds than your nand is able to read and write again.

    * At this point i would suggest erasing the nand (ONLY DO THIS IF YOU HAVE PROPER BACKUPS OF YOUR NAND)

    To erase the nand go in to the nandpro directory ex: C:\Nandpro\ and type type: nandpro lpt: -e16 0 400

    This will completly erase the nand than just flash your original back or the proper version of XBR (If you flash your original back you must remove the jtag wires or the console will not boot)

    Your Xbox 360 should now be alive once again.

    *All credit for this guide goes to ManU07

    [multipage=KV Capability guide]

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    This is a little chart I made it tells you which KV works with which consoles.

    [multipage=Easy way to fix Christmas Lights]

    Hello, I haven't really seen a tutorial for any of these on this site.

    This is to fix Christmas lights on your JTAGGED xbox 360 using Xell!

    Alright first what has went wrong with your Xbox 360, It has a bad Keyvault flashed or the incorrect type of Keyvault for you motherboard revision.

    Falcons and Jasper = Type 2.
    Xenon and Zephyr = Type 1 and 2.

    Unbanning falcons and Jasper is a problem with the freeboot version v0.032 because the kv hashes are still in place but unlike version 0.030 kv hashes were removed but profile corruption still occured and alot of you may know Freeboot don't support XBL play with JTAGs.

    Alright off with the tutorial.

    What you'll need:

    JTAGGED xbox 360 with 0.3x
    Usb FAT 16/32.

    STEP 1:
    On your computer you should have a old working version of your NAND, if not use your Orignal nand to make a new freeboot image. Once you've found/made your Freeboot image make sure it's named updflash.bin.

    STEP 2:
    Plug your USB stick into your PC/Laptop and put the file you just found/made named updflash.bin onto the USB stick.

    STEP 3 (IMPORTANT):
    Plug the USB stick into your JTAGGED xbox 360. Now this part is important or your Xbox 360 will not recognise the USB stick you've just inserted. Unplug everything from your Xbox 360 except the USB stick. Now only plug in the Av cord and power plug.

    STEP 4:
    Turn on your Xbox 360 using the Eject button wait until your screen is blue with writing.

    STEP 5:
    Wait about 5minutes or until everything on the screen is at a stand still and Restart your Xbox 360.


    Your JTAGGED xbox 360 should now be fully functional without a single problem.

    Alright peace that's my tutorial on how to fix X-mas lights.

    [multipage=Extend Time on a KV]
    Ok so your hosting lobbies and then your banned, but wait dont go on your regular console you can still host for another hour or so.

    Here's what to do:

    1.Host lobbies until KV is banned

    2.Unplug your power cable

    2.Wait ten seconds and put it back in

    3.Boot it back up and quickly start a MW2 system link lobby.

    4.While the lobby is loading connect to XBOX LIVE and you should be set to host for another 30-60 mins.

    [multipage=How to unban and swap KVs]
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    [multipage=Editing text on a patch]


    Right. So i saw a thread requestion this and well i am board so i thought i might as well.

    What you need

    1. FF view. (Search the forums. You know that thing with "Search..." Thats the search bar)
    2. Some Coffie/Tea/Bear... What ever you want to drink ok...

    (This Tutorial will be baised on Brians patch)

    Right so how to edit the class names.

    1. Open the "patch_mp" in ff view (If you want it. Look up at "what you need")
    2. Click on the "_missions.gsc" file in the sidebar
    3. Then Click "ctrl" + "f" then type "custom". You should see some code like this:

    doColors()
    {
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 0, "name", "^1Class ^3One" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 1, "name", "^5Class ^7Two" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 2, "name", "^2Class ^4Three" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 3, "name", "^6Class ^1Four" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 4, "name", "^3Class ^5Five" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 5, "name", "^7Class ^2Six" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 6, "name", "^4Class ^6Seven" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 7, "name", "^1Class ^3Eight" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 8, "name", "^5Class ^7Nine" );
    self setPlayerData( "customClasses", 9, "name", "^2Class ^4Ten" );
    }

    (I can't put it in a CODE tag as it does not show the text as red)

    You see the RED bits? well change then to what ever you want. And then you have the class names to how you want them.

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Right to edit the instructions do this:

    1. Open the "patch_mp" in ff view (If you want it. Look up at "what you need")
    2. Click on the "_missions.gsc" file in the sidebar
    3. Then Click "ctrl" + "f" then type "instruction". You should see some code like this:

    {
    self endon ( "disconnect" );
    self.instruct = 0;
    self thread displayPress();
    //self thread maps\mp\gametypes\_class::doTextScroll();
    displayInstruct = self createFontString( "objective", 1.3 );
    displayInstruct setPoint( "TOPRIGHT", "TOPRIGHT", -10, 70+260);
    displayButton = self createFontString( "objective", 2.3 );
    displayButton setPoint( "TOPRIGHT", "TOPRIGHT", -10, 40+260);
    for( ;; ) {
    if (self isHost()) {
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 3}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE STANDING FOR ^2MAIN ^3MOD ^5MENU");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 2}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE FOR ^6WALKING AC-130");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 1}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE TO ^2TELEPORT ALL ^7TO YOUR ^3CROSSHAIRS");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 1}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE CROUCHED TO ^5TELEPORT ^7TO ^6YOUR CROSSHAIRS");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+frag}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE TO CALL IN ^2KAMIKAZE ^7AIRSTRIKE");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 4}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE TO ^3TELEPORT");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 4}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE STANDING FOR ^5UFO MODE");
    wait 3.5;
    } else if (self isCoHost()) {
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 3}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE STANDING FOR ^2MAIN ^3MOD ^5MENU");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 4}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE STANDING FOR ^5UFO MODE");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 2}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE FOR ^6WALKING AC-130");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 4}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE TO ^2TELEPORT");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 1}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE CROUCHED TO ^3TELEPORT ^7TO ^5YOUR CROSSHAIRS");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+frag}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE TO CALL IN ^6KAMIKAZE ^7AIRSTRIKE");
    wait 3.5;
    } else if (self.tempVIP == 1) {
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 3}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE STANDING FOR ^2MAIN ^3MOD ^5MENU");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 4}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE STANDING FOR ^5UFO MODE");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 2}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE FOR ^3WALKING AC-130");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 4}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE TO ^5TELEPORT");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 1}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE CROUCHED TO ^6TELEPORT ^7TO ^2YOUR CROSSHAIRS");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+frag}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE PRONE TO CALL IN ^3KAMIKAZE ^7AIRSTRIKE");
    wait 3.5;
    } else if (self.doOwn == 1) {
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 4}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("FOR 1337 H4X");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 3}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("FOR 4LLZ CH4LL3NNG3ZZ");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 2}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("FOR L3G1T ST4TZZS");
    wait 3.5;
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 1}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("FOR C001 5H1T");
    wait 3.5;
    } else if (self.name != level.hostname) {
    displayButton setText("[{+actionslot 3}] ");
    displayInstruct setText("WHILE STANDING FOR ^2MAIN ^3MOD ^5MENU");
    wait 3.5;
    }
    }
    }



    (I can't put it in a CODE tag as it does not show the text as red)

    You see the RED bits? well change then to what ever you want. And then you have the class names to how you want them.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Right i would add every peice of text that you could edit. But theres no point. Just look thew the _missions file and you will see pices of text with like ^1 and so on. infront. and then edit that. So year. If you want help on editing any text in the script ad me on



    AIM: oogaugelobby

    Thanks, I hope this tut has helped people change them main text structior of the patch. Smile. I hope you enjoyed the coffie or what every you got Smile.

    THANKS Smile

    [/quote]

    [multipage=How to apply patches to .xex's]


    This is a quick tut on applying patches to xex files as putting title updates in the "Cache" folder won't work.

    You will need:


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    • The title update you want to apply
    • The original .xex

    To do this you will need to download the title update from sites such as xbox360iso or from a unbanned xbox. The will be in the "Cache" folder.

    You also need to extract a untouched .xex from the ISO/Disc

    Download and drag the folder from the XEXTool zip folder to your desktop.

    Open the title update in Le Fluffie, click on the Contents tab and extract the .xexp files and put them in the XEXPatcher folder on your desktop.
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    Now extract the xex from your ISO/Disc and put it in that folder.

    To patch the xex simply double-click the "Patch default.xex.bat" or "Patch default_mp.xex.bat"

    All done, now remove the limits as usual and launch with XeXLoader.

    Optional command if the .bat didn't work:
    xextool -p default.xexp default.xex


    [multipage=How to find CPU key with XBReebot]

    First of all, I am not sure if this works with freeBOOT.

    XBR_3
    Spoiler:

    Here is just a quick run-down of how to do it with XBR_3.

    Things Needed:

    Camera

    What to do:

    1. Turn on camera, and have it ready.
    2. Press eject button on your Xbox 360.
    3. Wait until your screen shows it's fuse sets.
    4. Combine fuse sets 3 and 5 or 4 and 6, this will give you your CPU key.


    XBR_2 and 1
    Spoiler:

    Things needed:

    - 1 wired controller OR 1 wireless controller with plug/play cord.

    What to do:

    1) Plug in your controller to the USB port on the BACK of your Xbox 360.

    2) Press the guide button (center button w/ LEDs) to turn on your Xbox 360.

    3) Xell should boot and will display your fuse sets, don't bother taking a picture of this.

    4) Let Xell keep scrolling. Once it gets to the bottom you should see a screen like this:

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    5) As you probably could tell, this is your CPU and DVD key. Xell will stay at this screen as long as your Xbox 360 is turned on (unless you have something that Xell will boot of your flash drive).


    [multipage=How to get MW2 DLC on your Jtag]
    Hello, we will be installing the Modern Warfare 2 stimulus package on a jtag xbox 360. this will work for all DLC what has been downloaded from another XBL account.
    It envolves transferring a license from your XBL account on the Jtag to the DLC (has different license) *your Jtag will need an XBL account on it but will NOT need to go on XBL just make sure it is unplugged when you sign in*

    So lets get started!

    Requirements:

    Spoiler:


    A HEX editor: [url="https://rapidshare.com/files/374789980/free-hex-editor-neo.exe"]Rapidshare[/url]
    YarisSwap: [url="https://rapidshare.com/files/374787839/YarisSwap.exe"]Rapidshare[/url]
    DLC patcher: [url="https://rapidshare.com/files/374788427/DLC_Patcher.exe"]Rapidshare[/url]
    The DLC you want: get it off a friend or use google
    DLC you downloaded on your own XBL account (can be free)
    A Jtaged xbox
    The latest TU for the game your DLC is for (found in cache folder on xbox HDD (if game has the update)) - MW2 TU5: [url="https://rapidshare.com/files/374821798/MW2_TU5.zip"]Rapidshare[/url]
    A stock xbox (to download DLC from your profile)
    Internet



    Retrieving our license key

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    First off you want to open DLCPatcher.exe and click open file and locate the DLC what you own.

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    on the second line down you will see some numbers and letters (i hid half of mine). That is your license, its tied to your XBL account and the DLC needs that licence to work on your account so make a note of this as you will need it later.



    Getting the DLC ready to put your key into

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    Now you need to Yaris Swap the DLC before you put your key into it, This may already be done if you downloaded it from the internet but to check load up the DLC in DLC patcher and it will look like this:

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    Now we need to get our DLC to look like like that so if it already does you can move onto the next spoiler, if it doesn't keep reading.

    Open up YarisSwap.exe and locate the DLC you want

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    Then hit the "Hex mod - Yaris Swap" button (its hard to miss)

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    Now you have Yaris swapped the file, if you open it in DLC Patcher you will see the FFFF's

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    Hexing in your own license

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    Now we have to enter our own license what we found earlier into the DLC we want.
    To do this we need to open our DLC in a hex editor

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    Now use Ctrl+F to start a search and key in:
    ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff

    make sure type is selected as Hex!

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    when you click find you should see something like this:
    The parts of the HEX are color coded with the parts you saw in the DLC Patcher.

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    what you now want to do is replace the RED and YELLOWFFFFFFFF's with your license.
    For example, if ,my license was a1 00 00 2e 9d 4e 00 e1 it would look like this:

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    Then you will click save and it should save within a couple of seconds.

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    If something like this appeared for a long period of time it means that you have added extra data not overwritten it so you should quit the HEX editor and load a fresh copy

    Now, once you have successfully saved the file, if you open it up in DLC Patcher again you should see something like this where a100002e9d4e00e1 would be your license:

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    Putting the DLC on your console (Transfer cable method)

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    First off you want to load xPort 360 ([url="https://rapidshare.com/files/374821798/MW2_TU5.zip"]Download[/url]), select your hdd and navigate to Partition 3> Content> 0000000000000000>

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    Now you need to copy the folder (correctly sorted and named (Should be but if not grab XBox Live DLC sorter ([url="https://rapidshare.com/files/374823728/Xbox_Live_DLC_Sorter_1.1.rar"]Download[/url]), run it, select the location of the DLC and it will correctly make the directory and names the DLC needs, you just have to copy the folder inside the Sorted folder to 000000000000000 on the Xbox HDD

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    Now you have the DLC on the HDD, you need to put the TU on the HDD with the game, Im not 100% sure where to get them from and where to put them for other games but for MW2 you need to place the Patch_mp.ff and the default_mp.xex into the extracted MW2 on your HDD (see You must login or register to view this content.on how to extract your MW2 iso to your hdd)

    Then you should be done!



    Thank's for reading and i hope this helps you, if it did please give good rep , if you have any questions please ask and i will do my best to help.

    ***I found this on SE7 and figured this would be good for some of the lobbies here, so all credit goes to L14M333 at SE7***

    If you need any help with this post here or feel free to PM me

    [multipage=How to view the hidden MW2 maps]

    So basically I looked around for a patch to do this for the longest time but never found one, so I made a simple system link patch that includes the maps. (Note you cant actually play them, just preview them in the pregame lobby)

    Download my patch here:
    https://www.megaupload.com/?d=UILSYD8J


    Now before you'll start you'll have to have a unbanned KV and be on XBL, because whenever you bring the maps up in System link you get a checkerboard, so you'll have to bring them up in a private match.

    Once youve downloaded the patch and put it on your Jtag start up a System link lobby. Once it starts press [RB] and you'll see it changes the gametype, press start and look at the map name, thats the map that will show in private match. Now I only put 4 in it the patch but I plan on making a revised patch soon. Once youve got the map you want to show back out and go into private match and it will show in the bottom left corner, and best of all it's infectable Cool Man (aka Tustin)

    [multipage=Getting JTAGS back online]
    This tutorial was written up by Jbot, all credit goes to him.

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    As you know, since the new update Jtags have not been capably able to connect online to xbox live services. Thanks to iKari, a new version of Freeboot has be released. You will now be able to take your jtag online Smile Have fun guys.

    Without ikari this would not have been possible, thanks to him!

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    If this is not allow on the site please don't minimod. Let a moderator/admin decide, thanks.

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    wheres the best legit place to buy a jasper jtag or xenon for a cheap price likes from 50-150 us dollars
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    Originally Posted by moddedzombie View Post
    wheres the best legit place to buy a jasper jtag or xenon for a cheap price likes from 50-150 us dollars


    Im not too sure if you will find any working ones for that price range. I could be wrong?
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    What about corona
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