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Yes. You will need a J-TAG/RGH (Some way of running homebrew on your 360) to use this.How do i use this AIO, i have it installed and now im trying to send the BO1 stats to my xbox. it keeps giving me a error. Do i need Jtag for this program?
Beat me to itYes, you need a JTAG/RGH for every tool in this AIO.
I'll have to check this weekend when I am home, but I think mine are as follows:which order should my plug ins be also having trouble keep getting errrorr
Nope. The version I have in this AIO is a fixed version with the KV stealer removed (I wouldn't use it otherwise). Download and check it yourself if you want.Hey it looks like one of your mod tools called woulclass has a kv stealer according to pulse : For this, I would recommend "Project Goodbye v2.5" over anything, as it does not have a Key Vault stealer like WoulClass.
I'm just asking did you know it had a kv stealer? Which of these tools are actually working and safe? Here is the original thread I got that copied that quote from https://www.se7ensins.com/forums/th...t-mw3-mp-modding-including-downloads.1135780/
I had to comment before I even downloaded, solely to compliment the profoundly flawless grammatical composition of this post. An absolute rarity in today's "interwbz" subcultures. Kudos to you sir.Plethora
Awhile back, I had released an All-In-One tool for the Halo Series that included programs (both new and old) for modding the Halo Series (located here). Not too long after that, some members had contacted me asking if I would ever make something similar for the CoD series, but I never took the time to do it.
Now that I've been seeing more and more new modders coming into the scene and wanting to learn, I figured I would group a small amount of tools together to facilitate the process. Sure, new modders have the ability to browse each CoD's modding sections looking for tools (and they should!), but for how many tools are out there for one CoD game (let alone all of the CoD games), it might be helpful to narrow the selection down for people to get their feet wet before they become more adventurous.
I have seen various "Modding Starting Packs" released before, and while I certainly love to be able to have access to plenty of tools at once, some new modders might not want to sift through everything in a pack to find what is useful to them in the instant moment.
This AIO tool merely helps to facilitate the finding of "essential" programs used for modding certain CoD series games (if I missed any you feel are essential, feel free to PM me about it and I will add them in). New modders can enjoy the luxury of having nearly everything they need at their finger-tips while Veteran modders can enjoy having some of their favorite tools in an all-in-one application. I should note that I partially made this AIO for myself because during some modding sessions, I am quick to switch games and don't feel like going through my folder hierarchies to find what tools I want.
The tool itself has Menu Tabs at the top of the program with each having buttons to activate programs or sub-menu's which lead to more programs. Various programs include tools for modding usermaps and .Map files. You may need .Net Framework installed for these programs to work properly. I currently have versions 1, 1.2, 2, 3, 3.5, and 4 installed on my computer. I was testing around with my old computer and it appears the only ones you need installed are 3, 3.5, and 4. I made the program using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 in Virtual Basic. I would like to also note that there is a text document included in the download containing installation instructions as well as a reiteration of the disclaimer below.
It must be noted that I did not create or assist in the creation of any of the amazing tools in this AIO mod tool. I only made the AIO Tool itself. I cannot stress this enough that my part in this project is more than miniscule and credit should be given to the people who made the tools in the first place. I reiterate this disclaimer in the README file of the download. Some of the programs within this AIO Tool have their own README's or "About" tabs which tell of each tool's creator(s). Again, the only thing I created in this download is the AIO Tool Itself.
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VIRUS SCAN 1
VIRUS SCAN 2
(I am well aware of the many flags being set off in the scans. These are false positives! If you do not trust it, don't download it. Chances are most of the tools in this AIO are already on your computer if you Mod the CoD Series anyways)
NOTE: If your AV program says there is any malware, viruses, Trojans, ect. This is called a "false positive." Sometimes AV programs automatically flag modding tools, keygenerators, ect as hostile.
NOTE: I also want to point out that when running this tool as Administrator, all programs that are opened within the tool are ran as administrator.