Trinity @16197. I have a x360pro v6. Can this currently work?

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  1. DeadlyFoez
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    My good friend brought over a slim trinity 360 with kernel 16197 on it and also brought over a x360pro v6.

    I've done some searching and I've come up rather empty handed, but he assures me that he read somewhere that the x360pro just needs some kind of an update for it to work.

    Before I take the time to solder this board on, can someone please tell me if I am wasting my time?

    Thank you.
     
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    Does he want a RGH (homebrew etc)
    Or just the DVD drive flashed?
     
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    He would like to do a RGH if it is possible. I doubt I have the rest of the tools needed to flash the drive, especially since I had to sell my VIA card and I only have the tools for the phat 360's... nothing for liteon drives.

    Thank you DinohScene. You are the best. I knew you'd probably be the first to answer.
     
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    Aye.
    Then yep, you're not wasting time at all ;]

    Update it to the latest version or keep it at 16197.
    Dump the NAND, flash the coolrunner or whatever chip you have with the new timing files and glitch the console.
    Then build a hacked NAND and flash that to the console.
    JRunner should do the trick for that software wise ;]


    Aye no probs ;]
     
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    WHOA!! Your talking a little bit over my head since I haven't done much with 360's in a long time and I've never worked with a slim. Where can I find these update files?

    Should I just dump the NAND with my infectus before anything? (I'm sure you'll say yes)

    Do you have any links to any tutorials or any more info that I can learn from, please.

    Thank you again. You are awesome.

    (I'm going to demand that my buddy donates something to you. Please provide a donation link.)

    I must add, this is a virgin console, in case that was not obvious.
     
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    Sorry ;p
    Just kept it incredibly short xd

    Humm, latest version of JRunner should contain them (99% sure of it)

    Yep, by all means.
    Before doing anything, dumping the NAND is highly recommended;]

    Humm... I assume you know how to dump the NAND (JRunner has pics for the NAND ports of the Slim)
    Flashing the chip (I prefer a Cool Runner 3 Lite) I don't know any other method of doing that other then with a NAND-X/JRunner programmer but I'm sure there's a method of flashing it since it's based on a Xillinx chip.

    As for the complete RGH it self.
    You could take a lot of info from this and slightly adapt it with your own tools ;]
    It's outdated but it still hold a lot of good information.
    Just switch out all the programs for JRunner.
    (I'm unable to find a good solid updated glitchguide as of yet :c)


    Aye no problem n_n
    Always here to help someone out ;]

    And meh, if he want to donate something, just give him the link to the donation of ModMii.
    That way I also did something back for occasionally using ModMii c:
     
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    1. Update 360 to the latest dashboard. This can be obtained by connecting to Xbox Live, or by other media. (Burn the update to a disc, or throw it on a USB Flash Drive.)
    2. Dump the 360's NAND a few times, JRunner has a tool that compare to make sure it's a proper NAND dump.
    3. I recommend you buy a CoolRunner. If you want I have a NAND-X I'm not using that you could use to flash the timing files. Or I believe you can use a LPT cable to flash it.
    4. Install the Coolrunner. JRunner again has diagrams. Once installed make sure the Coolrunner is set to PRG. Then make sure the console boots.
    5. If it boots it's installed correctly. Next use JRunner to create a ecc file to write to the Slim's NAND. Flash the ecc to the Slim's NAND.
    6. Once that's done make sure the Coolrunner is set to NOR, and turn on the 360. The Coolrunner should glow green. The 360 will boot Xell, and show your CPU key. Either write this down, or JRunner has a feature to grab the CPU key from the 360's IP address. (Has to have an internet connection.)
    7. There's a place to put the CPU key into JRunner, do so and press the Re-Init button.
    8. Next click the Create Image button, it'll create a hacked NAND image. Flash that to the 360.
    9. Done, hacked Dashboard. Now you can run unsigned code.

    Missing anything Dinohs?
     
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    As far as I know, you haven't forgotten anything.
     
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    I can dump the NAND with my infectus. Is there any reason why I should not do it with my infectus.

    And I'm kinda lost on the whole part of how to get xellous running.

    Are you guys familiar with this x360pro?

    Do I need this CoolRunner or can I do without it?

    Thank you again guys.
     
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    There's not much information on using an infectus to dump the NAND, but I don't see a problem with it.
    Once again not sure about writing the ecc using infectus. I do have a spare USB NAND reader you may borrow if it can't write the ecc file.
    The x360Pro v6 would work, sorry about that. Thought you may have been referring to the X360USB Pro. I owned the v4 and a few things to comment;

    The cable ribbons they send with it are very picky.
    Don't use their stock wiring, tends to delay the Xbox's glitching time.

    On their website it says they are still working on 360 Slims with the Corona mobo. Which mobo do you have?
     
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    Well shoot then you'll be fine. Totally forgot that it has a built in NAND reader.

    http://www.x360pro.com/download/en_V6 manual_Trinity.pdf

    EDIT: The only thing off that I don't see is the timing files.

    Also don't use JRunner with it, it's incredible slow with the X360Pros when it comes to reading NAND. AutoGG is much faster when it comes to X360Pros.
     
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    I'd combine AutoGG with JRunner then.

    Somehow I prefer JRunner to AutoGG when it comes to building NANDS.
    Although AutoGG also does an excellent job, JRunner has the cleaner simplistic GUI.
     
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    True as do I. But it literally took me 30~ minutes to dump the NAND using my X360Pro and JRunner.

    With AutoGG it took me 3 minutes. So yeah dump/write NAND with AutoGG and create an image with JRunner.
     
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    I pretty much only use TX hardware.
    Call me a fanboy but meh, it never failed on me ;p
     
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    Just install the v6 as it has a usb spi NAND reader built into it. Once installed you can use it to read/write your NAND. If the light is off, then you are on the retail NAND. When the light is on the v6 is powered. You can even install the new DGXRip to the v6 to get xell to launch for your keys. Then use your favorite freeBOOT build program and flash your new image to the v6.
     
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    Whelp if you follow that tutorial Deadly you'll be fine. Dinoh said the Slim's timing files didn't change. Nice chip overall though. Built in NAND reader, dual NAND, etc.
     
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    Just remember that you will need to use the proper XeLL image for your firmware. Since it is greater than 14719 you will need the newer DGXrip ecc for trinity. Most programs have been updated to use the new ecc's when a kernel above 14719 is detected.
     
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    For some reason J-Runner has the button for "Create ECC" grayed out. I did download the additional files for the 16203 kernel and put them where they belong. I am following the guide that you linked me to. Why is the create ecc button grayed out? Any ideas?
     
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    You have the NAND dump of the console selected in the "Source File" box right?
     

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