I will update when the new dashlaunch gets released. For now build your nands like usual. I made an Autoupdate folder for you guys that includes everything. Just click and run the command ;). Today I am going to show you just how easy it is to update your JTAG/RGH Xbox 360 game console with XeBuild's new built in updater. Thank you to the team behind XeBuild for your ongoing support of the xbox console and for always keeping us up to date, without you there would be no xbox 360 scene. First thing you need to do is download XeBuild, Dashlaunch, 16747 and the common packages. Which are all included my Auto Update Folder. Next Open Dashlaunch 3.12 Update if it asks you too, then set the updserv to Enabled Next Open your Auto Update Folder - 1)Go to Xebuild 1.12 - 2) in the window hold Shif+Right click 3) Hit Open command window here Then type: If you are having problems and your xbox is not being found and you have followed the steps properly, You can force xebuild to look at the ip address your xbox is on. Also make sure your computers firewall is not blocking the attempted connection. Press enter and stand back and watch XeBuild work it's magic! XeBuild will now read your NAND, create an updated freeBOOT image for you, flash it to your NAND and then apply the Avatar and Kinect data to your console. When it is done the console will reboot and you will have the updated kernal and your avatar data already installed. Auto Update Folder-Dash-16747 Now wasn't that easy? Thank you XeBuild! Credits to Jpizzle for the original tut, this is my version. Edit: Added a auto update folder with all files necessary to use with a short read me. Edit 2: A member posted having to wait quite awhile (3+ Mins) --- Make sure you are on a WIRED connection. He had troubles as he had a wireless connection. Edit 3: This will work on Dual nand consoles Edit 4: If your updating your xbox remove your plugins as xblse plugin will make your xbox not boot. To fix either: A: Power on xbox then press eject to clear your plugins. B: Put a new launch.ini on a usb and plug it into your system, USB will take priority.