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Tell me if I'm understanding how R-JTAG works:

1. R-JTAG board glitches out the CPU, same as RGH
2. CPU loads the unsigned NAND contents
3. That code re-enabled JTAG that the dashboard disabled
4. Then you can use it as if it's an OG JTAG (but boot times are longer due to having to glitch)

Thanks in advance!
 
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Tell me if I'm understanding how R-JTAG works:

1. R-JTAG board glitches out the CPU, same as RGH
2. CPU loads the unsigned NAND contents
3. That code re-enabled JTAG that the dashboard disabled
4. Then you can use it as if it's an OG JTAG (but boot times are longer due to having to glitch)

Thanks in advance!
I mean, that's pretty much the gist of it, however, there's absolutely no reason to even use the R-Jtag method these days.
RGH1.2 method is cheaper, and gives you better boot times - depending on the motherboard.
 
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