Discussion in 'Gamers' Pulse' started by Camelrider, Dec 16, 2009.
what the fuck doyou think
Microsoft and Sony are actually the same company
You might be able to before the end of next year.
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Except the exploit used to boot homebrew was patched with the August update. Hopefully they'll find a way to hack the new CB so all 360s can homebrew, but I'm glad I left my 360 off so long. Now I can load all games straight off the HDD with xexloader, no more burning DLs.
Can you play new games with the updates originally on the disc?
Finally someone who has an understanding of all of this. It's a lot of reading. Thanks for the cliffs. I think both my boxes have the newest kernel, so I'm SOL. I would love to be able to fix what the banning did to my hdd. As well as utilize dlc and everything else that you can do.
Sigh. Hopefully they crack the new kernel.
While there still isn't a hack for updated 360s there is a method to un-cripple (restore install to hdd, no more gamertag/save corruption) banned 360s (but they are still banned).
One part of this is similar to the custom dash hacks in that you have to read your NAND on your 360 (requires some soldering and a computer running 32bit OS and parallel port). You read the NAND, patch it, then write the new patched NAND back.
Right now xbreboot (which can run straight off the NAND on the 360) is still having some issues with games freezing, but you can run all the newest games without having to update (mainly cause you are already running the latest dash but its been patched to remove security checks, you can even delete the update folder that the games have).
Freeboot is much more stable but requires a 2nd NAND (either Cygnos 360 or a xD card mod) to be added to the 360.