A question about a Jasper BB i'd like to RGH

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Nov 20, 2012
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    The console I have hasn't been used in a long while. It's still on an 8xxx kernel (unJTAGable). 512BB.
    I read somewhere long ago that it was best to update to the latest easily glitchable dash before dumping nand and moving forward. Is that the case?
    Off the top of my head, there doesn't seem to be any reason that it would be needed, and would/should avoid any possible unwanted CB updates.
    Just asking now to avoid any possible problems I may run into later.
    EDIT: No, this in not neccecary

    And while I'm here, I still dont have updated hardware and will dump via LPT. Do you still have to dump the full 64MB or can you dump a subset - the first 4MB or whatever?
    EDIT: dump the 64mb just to be sure, compare, flash XELL and download the full flash from there.

    (I do not enjoy the new 'temp)
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    Update to 14699 (RGH 1 is needed then)
    You can update to a lower Dash + Kernel.
    I glitched mine on 13604, before the silent dae.bin update.

    RGH 1 is far more stable then RGH 2 as in the boot times are much quicker.

    Yes you can do a partial dump of 24 MB iirc....
    But personally I'd dump the full 64 MB.
    It's a complete NAND dump then so you can always flash it back without any problems.
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    updated to 9199 and dumped and flashed xell and read from xell with no issue.
    however now when trying to write back a hacked image via xell I always get RROD with 0022.
    Doing some reading and it says something about overvolting... which is possible as I am using different wire for the 3.3V wire (thiner).
    Other than this, any suggestions?

    xebuild.exe -v -t glitch d- mydata -f 14719 -c jasper512 -i RGH2Jasper

    EDIT: upon further reading it shouldnt be RGH2Jasper as I would/should be going for RGH1, but how can I do this?
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    Flash everything back to stock and update to 14699.

    Then reassemble everything and RGH it (with RGH1)
    RGH2 is only needed for split CB's and not for any dash below 14699

    Also post pics of your install.
    RRoD 0022 is iirc Southbridge related.. not sure anymore.
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    Turns out that wasnt needed at all, but thanks for the suggestion.
    Wrote back XELL (again) and this time used the latest AutoGG (0.8.2) and wrote a CORRECT RGH1 image.
    Wrote 14699 just to be sure and it all boots fine now. XELL and NXE. Will test some homebrew content at a later stage.

    As an added note: The RGH solder points are infinitely harder than the JTAG points of old. So much smaller and more finicky.
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    Neat that it turned out great.

    Yes RGH is indeed more trickier then jTAG.

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