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Unsolved RGHing an Xbox 360 from scratch

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JoshuaFerns

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Hi, I'm looking forward towards modding my old Xbox 360 console which, after doing some research, found out that its a 4gb corona with the latest 17559 dashboard on it. I'm actually a total noob at this however, since my console is kinda old and with the conception that nothing too big is gonna happen with the 360s in the near future I think its a good time to do some modding and if I could get some help in doing so, it would be much appreciated. Thanks.
 
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afterjo

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any soldering skills?
 
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any soldering skills?
I mean, apart from soldering electric components for an 8th grade science project, not that i know of...
If that means practicing it, I might indulge in it. :tongue:
 
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IMO you need to be really good at soldering, the board & components are so much smaller than you think. Good luck
 
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I'm with gunn1e. I just finished my first RGH 1.2 on a Jasper and going into it i thought i was pretty good at soldering. Even though i was eventually successful it was much more difficult than i though. If you have an old computer motherboard or something with a lot of very small smd components on it to practice on it will help a lot. Find the tiniest most seemingly impossible solder pad with lots of smd components close to it and attempt to solder a wire to it without bridging or loosening any components and thats about what your in for.
 
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Get a broken board from any electrical piece and practice
 
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