TX announced to release a new product for the Corona v4

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  1. DinohScene
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    Member DinohScene The Gift of Dino

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    TX will release a new adapter that helps glitching the Corona v4.

    This new Corona board doesn't have the POST_OUT used to get debug info from the CPU to determine if the glitch was successful.

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    <-- Corona v4 & Corona (v1/v2/v3) -->​
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    POST_OUT trace ​
    As seen on the image the trace for the POST_OUT is removed by MS to "prevent" the RGH​
    However this Corona version doesn't differ from the rest.​
    We can still glitch it by removing the CPU/GPU and placing a wire directly under the CPU/GPU (or do something extremely risky like soldering it there whilst the CPU/GPU is still on the board) however this is not for people without reball stations.​
    TX achieved the glitching of Corona v4 with their CR3 Lite, Corona NAND R/W QSB, TX DGX 1.0s and their new product used to glitch this board.​
    This product will be revealed soon.​
    TX further more announced that the DGX (CPU key retrieval addon) will start shipping on December 15th.​
    Source: HB-Connection
     
  2. Devin

    Member Devin "Local Hardware Wizard"

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    Seems like TX has been creating a lot of stuff recently. I bet they have a product that makes products.
     
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    Member Armadillo GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Wonder what it will be. Would not surprise me if it was just some sort of qsb with a metal contact or similar, slide into place, make contact with the ball and then you solder to it, instead of cpu. Plenty of stuff around there it could be lined up with/anchored to, to keep it in place.
     

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