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Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by whyyes, Jan 15, 2012.

Jan 15, 2012

Just a question by whyyes at 2:55 PM (968 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. whyyes
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    I'm not new to console modding in general, I've modded my PS2, PSP, Wii...you get it. I have however stayed away from 360 flashing because I thought it was difficult.

    With the Jungleflasher + LT 3.0 I found it's really quite easy as I have a BenQ drive and have the stuff to do it. However. This would mean I'd have to also buy a new DVD burner and DL DVDs.

    So I looked at x360Key. If I only use it to play offline backups, and play legitimate copies on Live, would I be fine? Actually, I haven't played Live for over a year...but that's not what this is about.

    The Wasabi 360 looks quite nice too..

    help asap :D
     
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    A ODDE is not bannable as of the time of writing.

    You can go on live just as you can go on live with a flashed box.

    If you don't want to purchase a iHAS burner and Verb dvd's then I'd suggest getting a ODDE.
    Wasabi xk3y X360key are all good, but will set you back $100~
     
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    Yeah, I'll probably get a x360Key. $100 isn't *that* much. I heard the install can be a little tricky though?
     
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    Just crack your box open and install it.
    @[member='Devin'] has made a review on it so you can copy from his pictures ;p
     
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    http://gbatemp.net/topic/313979-x360key-review/
     
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    Mkay. It'll probably be cheaper in the long run. DL DVDs are expensive o.o

    Edit:Thanks for the informative review Devin
     
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    It is cheaper in the long run yes.

    A big plus is that you can delete game ISO's you no longer want.
    Ones with a quick and easy 1000g for example ;D
     
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    Bummer. Still have to dump the key from the drive. Thought the x360key did this automatically?
     
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    They are coming out with a attachment that will automatically extract the Drive Keys. The Wasabi360 team boast that their ODDE can do this without any attachments, but I haven't been able to get them to send me a review copy. -_-

    Plus I've heard from multiple resellers that they haven't gotten their stock, after paying the Wasabi360 Team. I however has seen some floating around on Trading forums.
     
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    Wasabi does that automatically.
    But whats the biggie, you only need to dump the keys.
    You got the tools for it.
     
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    It currently only dumps Slim Liteon 16D4S drive keys.
     
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    True, it's just a hassle to do >.> I'll have to drag out my old pc. -been using a laptop for a few years-
     
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    If he has the tools for flashing drives then dumping it will be no biggie.



    Then you'll have to get it out only once to dump the keys.
     
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    Yep, dump the keys and spoof them to a OFW drive firmware. Then throw it on the USB HDD as "firmware.bin".
     
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    Okay then :)

    Thanks for all the help.
     
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    You're welcome ;]
     

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