LF ODDE Xbox 360 Advice (Pro Vs Con)

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by ISO-Man, Mar 25, 2013.

Mar 25, 2013
  1. ISO-Man
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    Hello, I have done much research that my brain can handle...

    Jtag is too involved from what I have read and shopped for.. more perks than I would ever need or want.
    ODDE is a perfect solution for my needs, Load ISO's from USB drive (My GTA4 has a big ring from bad drive on friends 360).

    Here is what I came up with for final decision:

    Maximus 360 Lizard USB (Flashing - great for replacing drives if needed in future)

    Wasabi 360 ODDE for Slim/Phat
    or
    Xk3y Rev 7-2 V1.1

    What do I do?? All I want to do is get keys and flash drives (now and future) and load games from USB drive on my Xbox (even though I just own/play a few titles which most are xbox1).

    Any advice to pro's and con's to different setups would be huge! I am looking to do this very soon :)

    TIA!

    ISO-Man

    Duh! forgot to add: It is a Phat with Benq drive.
     
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    You'll need a X360 USB Pro v2 (it's a connectivity kit and SATA chipset in one) and a probe 3 for liteons.
    That + Jungleflasher will give you the opportunity to grab DVD keys from the drives ;]

    As for the ODDE.
    Xkey is preffered.
    Many updates and simple remote.

    Mind that if you use ISOMenu with xkey, that MS can track it and you will get banned for it (no reports yet but better safe then sorry)

    Wasabi has fallen to the background so it's best to get an Xkey.
     
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    You answered my question perfectly to the ODDE :) No worries, I live in the boonies.. no real internet :(

    What is wrong with Maximus 360 Lizard? Xk3y (if I recall) recommended it over 360 USB Pro.. not saying they are right and you are wrong, just looking to what makes one better than the other (or is it user preference?)

    Thanks,

    ISO-Man
     
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    Member DinohScene The Gift of Dino

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    Personally I don't use Lizard products, besides the USBPro v2 is perfect since it's a connectivity kit (power to the drive) and a SATA chipset in one device.
    I never had any problems with Team Xecuter products meself so I recommend them to everyone.

    The Xk3y is btw the ODDE (Xkey is the going name)

    Oh forgot to add that Jungleflasher comes with a detailed manual on how to extract DVD keys and flash/spoof drives etc.
     
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    I'm sold to the Lizard, but I just started with 360's in the past month (Repairing) by info from this site and read your What can you do with your 360 for newbs (excellent info). I also read countless posts you made. You know what you are talking about and your personal opinion to a product has most value to my decision. Xecutor owes you a thanks for this sale.. I'm going with your recommendations.

    Keep up the great help you offer here :)

    ISO-Man
     
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    Aye cheers! ;D

    I'm no Xecuter fanboy at all, but their products never failed one me ever.
    It's "partialy" true that they made the DGX to make some money but they where indeed the first to glitch 360's which has been updated past 15572.
    Recently a new ECC set has been leaked to program normal glitchchips to glitch 360's without knowing the CPUKey.
    TX has responded with that they would help every user converting their DGX to an RGX (which can be used as glitchchip)

    Anyway for as long as Xecuter makes sturdy products for the Xbox/360/nextbox then I'll continue on purchasing them.
    Maximus might also be good and sturdy but I heard some negative things about them.
    Idk if their true or not but meh, I'll stick with Xecuter stuff.

    It's neat to see that you're also picking up on 360's
    And yeh I know that I need to work on me hacking info thread but me mind is a bit occupied lately.


    Aye.
    If there's stuff you need to know, just ask me.
    Thread or PM, doesn't matter much ;]
    I'll try to do me very best to be clear ;]

    Aye aye~
    No probs ;]
     
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    Dinoh for president.

    /I myself find Team Xecuter's products to be pretty well made. I can't comment on Team Maximus' 360 Lizard but my friend does have one and it seems to work pretty well. (Although it's sort of a pain that he mentioned that he has to wait for the 360 Lizard's team to port c4eva's LT+ firmware when a new one comes out. It's probably not that long a wait.

    /The Wasabi 360 I can't comment on as well, as they never agree'd to send me a review but the X360Key I've reviewed. Very nice piece of tech that has definitely been getting supported. Waffle something has created a iOS app I believe it was to wirelessly control the LCD remote. While it was recently said that Wasabi 360 might be getting cut off since it was said Microsoft may start banning people who use the ISOMenu. And since the Wasabi 360 only has that and no external means of controlling what game it currently runs. Will probably become dead in a few months.

    Dinoh of course pretty much covered all this. He's pretty awesome.
     
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    If it is ok to go OT in my own thread and get the rest of newb questions asked ...
    1) Can I do Xbox1 ISO's on the top hard drive without Jtag or any other mod?
    2) If you are permitted to answer, Is there a tutorial to making copy of xbox 360 disk and process them for external drive?

    Not bad.. only 2 newb questions :) I found answers googling for most of my questions, but these 2 questions I could not find any type of guide.

    TIA!
    ISO-Man
     
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    Member Devin "Local Hardware Wizard"

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    Not possible although you may be delighted to know that the X360Key supports Xbox 1 games.

    I don't know of one personally but it's just as simple as using the X360 USB Pro v2 connected to a Xbox 360 disc drive. Plug it into your computer, and run Xbox Backup creator and it'll dump the disc you have in the disc drive connected to the USB Pro v2. (A feature that the 360Lizard doesn't have BTW. ;D)
     
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