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Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by KBm9oJ8z, Nov 2, 2014.

  1. KBm9oJ8z
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    Hello,

    I just purchased an Xbox 360E 4GB Corona v6 with a Toshiba Nand and was wondering what glitch chip to use. I know I'd need the Postfix adapter v2 and Corona 4GB Nand R/W kit v4. Normally I'd go for CR4 XL, but shipping fees to Canada (from US) are more than the board itself.

    Can I go with any of the following glitch chips: CR3 Lite v3 OR DGX Stone v1.1/v1.2 OR X360Run v1.1 OR X360Ace v1/v2? They are readily available from chinese websites like aliexpress. I did read that DGX Stone comes pre-programmed and I believe the same goes for X360Run and X360Ace.

    What else would I need? JR-Programmer? Double shielded PRO CPU RST cable for SLIM?

    Thank you in advance!

    PS: I'm on dash 16547 and have a Lite-On DG-16D5S DVD drive.
     
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    Go for the CR3 Lite.
    Don't go for cheap copies, ever.

    You should be good to go, the double shielded cable is only for when yer 360 has trouble booting.
     
  4. KBm9oJ8z
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    Thank your both for your prompt help and replies. Is CR3 Lite line not discontinued, where would I buy one other than chinese websites? Can I trust these guys?

    From what I understand CR3 Lite would need to be programmed, would I require an additional programmer (like JR-Programmer) and any other QSB's?

    Kind regards.

    PS: I was under impression that X360 Ace, X360 Run, DGX Stone were evolutions over TX Slim Proto and CR3 Lite. Excuse my ignorance (as I'm new to this), are these cheap copies not going to deliver consistent results? I'm not really looking for the best boot times, 30 to 60 seconds would be fine to me.
     
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    No prob~
    I'd say go to a trusted TX reseller.
    They list it on their website.

    Humm, CR3 has switches iirc.
    I'm not entirely sure anymore but I think it's a matter of flicking a few DIP switches on the board.

    No.
    Do NOT get those.
    Say no to cheap copies.
    It's the same with people that get R4 clones.
    Their shite, don't work half of the time and they keep on buying the same bloody R4 clones.
    I can't decide for you as it's your money but I wouldn't do it.

    Just spend a little more on hardware cause everybody knows you're already getting the games for free.
    Quality hardware continues to work and doesn't fuck up.
     
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