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Giovany86

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Hello everyone, today i'me here to ask two simple questions :

Is it possible to dump the xbox 360 nand with an arduino ? If yes, How to do it ?

soldering is not a problem, i have the necessary soldering skills :smile:
My JR Programmer is cominc between October and November (Yeah, it come from china :biggrin: ) but i don't want to wait because i bough a "broken" Jasper, just need to flash the drive with the correct key because the old owner changed it without flashing the dvd key and of course i don't have the old drive, so RGHing the console is the only way to repair it x)
i hope i don't have said mistakes (my english is not perfect), and thanks for reading, have a nice day / noon / night x)
 
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Just1n

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Simple answer, yes of course you can read and write the nand with ardinuo. I guess it all depends on how good you are with that stuff. Take a look at the data sheet for the nand chip on your console. You should then be able to map out the pins (which are already available obviously) and see how to read/write the flash. I’ve personally never created an ardinuo nand flasher but maybe I will now. So hopefully someone has some more info for you
 
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Giovany86

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To be honnest, i know nothing about communication with SPI and other stuff, for the moment i'm in my second year of study (post-baccalauréat) to specialise in electronics and communication. for the moment i hope someone else tried it and get it to work x)
 
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BlueSn00w

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You would need something that communicates via the SPI bus. TBH get a jr programer.
 
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Anyone want to start coding and dumping with Arduino? I'm also thinking maybe we can use a Arduino to glitch
 
You would need something that communicates via the SPI bus. TBH get a jr programer.
Arduinos can be coded to replicate any hardware within reason. It will be possible to make a few pins communicate with the spi bus
 
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I made an arudino nand reader. It has pins for MISO, MOSI, Clock, SS, power, and ground. I believe I can use the same pinout as jr programmer to read the nand from the headers on the board.
What are the EJ and XX pins on the second header?
 
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