Gaming Xell, Xellous, XBR

overlord00

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it seems to me that xellous has joined the family "replacing" the original xell.

now that xellous offers advantages over the original xell, is there a way of putting it onto the NAND via XBR or would a whole new flash be needed...

also, i read else where on the forums that "xell remains behind after installing xbr"... does that mean if you just install xbr without xell, then xell wont be there?
because if thats not what it means, you can just flash xbr on and use the xell-part of xbr to get the cpu key... which is all i can think to use it for atm.

on further note; what exactly do you need the cpu key for... i havnt used mine for anything bar obtaining my DVD-ROM key without physically touching the drive... other than that nothing...
 

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you dont need xellous, just use flash360 if you want to update xbr.

the cpu key is needed to sign a nand image so it works on your 360.
but you only have real use for it if you also removed the r6t3 resistor so no efuses can be burned anymore.
 
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