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No, that won't work.
It's limited to the System VM and the privilige setting is only possible within Dev Mode. Any console that's in developer mode can use it.
I posted the link in another thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/possible-entrypoints-and-current-roadblocks.544851/page-2#post-8782207
The source for the functionality behind 'superfun' has been shared on GitHub: https://github.com/billyhulbert/XboxUnattend
Should be helpful for...
We set one up here: https://discord.gg/ZhrhCgM
Discussion is welcome.
No exploit exists on the console and you hopefully won't ever be able to.
In the case that it was bugged to that extent then yes, you'd have to. However, I believe some people have managed to recover. Backing up each...
You don't downgrade. You wait until the next public update. From what I recall.
ELK is the firmware of the ODD I believe. It may be something to do with a couple of the ODD's but I can't recall.
It could very well be. I believe someone was looking into it but I don't recall if they made much progress. The firmware was dumped though.
Requires a way to get your retail device, user token and stuff.
It's possible on Xbox One but not in developer mode.
I believe we might but it wouldn't be hard to get. Also, the Elk thing might be something else if I remember correctly. If anyone wants to risk...
No, it's using its own implementation. The hardware security processor performs the crypto operations. When you have a disc based game, the...
The Xbox One currently runs on three operating systems:
- Game OS (ERA)
(Each OS is stored inside an encrypted and signed...
Make sure that the USB is NTFS formatted with the unattended script on the root of it. Should be fine after.
Games aren't visible and not accessible in developer mode. They aren't hidden. Games by default would be under S:\Program Files\WindowsApps in...
You'd have to manually install it to the new destination but I'll take a look to see if there's an alternative.
Yes. It's possible to manually expand it but also possible to create a new XVD (Virtual Drive) and mount it since you can specify size.
You'll probably be fine.
It's just configuration settings, nothing exciting. It can be a tad risky editing XConfig (persistent registry but...