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How to Use Nand-X to Jtag Your Xbox!

Discussion in 'Modding Tutorials' started by Luminate, Feb 12, 2011 with 12 replies and 15,287 views.

  1. Luminate

    Luminate Member

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    _-Introduction-_

    • First of all you need to make sure you Xbox is jtagable by looking at reading this
    Exploitable CB versions:
    1888, 1902, 1903, 1920,1921: exploitable xenon
    4558: exploitable Zephyr
    5761, 5766, 5770: exploitable falcon
    6712, 6723: exploitable jasper

    Non-Exploitable CB Versions (CD = 8453 for all of them)
    Xenon: 1922, 1923, 1940
    Zephyr: 4571, 4572, 4578, 4579
    Falcon/Opus: 5771
    Jasper: 6750

    • I am not responsible if you mess up your Xbox!


    _-What You Need-_

    • Nand-X

    • Soldering Iron

    • Solder

    • Basic soldering skills

    • Jtagable Xbox 360


    _-How To Do It-_

    Xenon
    [​IMG]

    Non-Xenon
    [​IMG]

    1. Place the NAND solder boards down and solder them in place

    [​IMG]

    2. Then plug the cables in as shown

    [​IMG]

    3. Next solder the Jtag solder board down and solder the wires as shown

    Xenon Method
    [​IMG]

    Non-Xenon Method
    [​IMG]

    You need to place a diode between the DB1F1 and the wire, and also on the ROL point

    After that you are done installing the Nand-X! There are many software tutorials around so I don't need to show you.
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  2. ModsBABY HD

    ModsBABY HD Experienced Member

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    Fix the images dude, upload to http://imageshack.us/ instead.
  3. Luminate

    Luminate Member

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    Ok hold on
  4. ModsBABY HD

    ModsBABY HD Experienced Member

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    [​IMG] It says that on half of them.
  5. Luminate

    Luminate Member

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    Idk what's wrong with them
  6. ModsBABY HD

    ModsBABY HD Experienced Member

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    Just use http://imageshack.us/ instead ;p
  7. Luminate

    Luminate Member

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    FIXED IMAGES
  8. Clean

    Clean Enthusiast

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    nice tut :D
  9. eazymoney94

    eazymoney94 Enthusiast

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    so if using the qsb would i need to buy a replacement for the next jtag i do or can i remove this one ...... what do you do i mean you wouldnt buy a nand x just to do 1 jtag
  10. Luminate

    Luminate Member

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    You would need to buy another QSB
  11. eazymoney94

    eazymoney94 Enthusiast

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    ok figured that much and this would just be for xenons right bc i would use a cool runner rgh for any other motherboards that have been updated in their dash ... im trying to buy everything in one shot so i can start off right instead of being half a##ed
  12. Luminate

    Luminate Member

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    There is a method for Xenon's and all other motherboards.
  13. eazymoney94

    eazymoney94 Enthusiast

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    does nandx come with the diode wire thought i saw it in the kit?