Current Status of c4eva's Firmware for Xbox 360

Drive Model Version Status Notes
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Hitachi 32, 36,
40, 46, 47,
58, and 59
GDR-3120L LT+ v2.0 RELEASED
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This version adds support for XGD3 backups, and includes the LT-MAX feature which supports full XGD3 ISOs burned on regular DVD+R DL media with iXtreme Burner MAX. *NOTE: Hitachi v2.0+ does not support truncated XGD3 nor Xbox 1 backups (Xbox 1 originals are fine).
Click here to read why there is no v3.0 for Hitachi 32-59
Hitachi 32-59 currently do not need v3.0 as they aren't AP2.5-capable drives. LT+ v3.0 is only needed for drives which support AP2.5 (Hitachi 78/79, BenQ, Lite-On). ISOs made for v3.0 that include topology data will work fine on Samsung and old Hitachis. In v3.0, the ISO layout hasn't changed, except that there will instead be new topology data in place of where the old AP2.5 replay sector used to be, which Samsung & old Hitachis ignore anyway.
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LT+ v1.1 Hitachi 32, 36, 40, 46, 47, 58 and 59 are not capable of AP2.5 but were updated in this version to conform to LT+ standards.

Hitachi 78/79 LT+ v3.0 RELEASED
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This version adds support for topology data in place of AP2.5 replay data for all XGD3 and AP2.5-active XGD2 backups. *NOTE: For drives that support AP2.5, all backups containing AP2.5 replay data will need to be patched or re-dumped and re-burned for compatibility with v3.0.

iXtreme LT+ v3.0 for Hitachi 78/79 does not support the use of truncated backups, and requires full XGD3 burns made with a compatible Lite-On iHAS drive flashed with the iXtreme Burner MAX fw.

In LT+ v3.0, backups remain the same layout, but require new "AP2.5 topology data" in place of the older "AP2.5 replay sector" that was used in LT+ v2.x and older. Burned backups made for v2.x will not work on v3.0, and vice-versa. In the case of v3.0, the firmware would be looking for nonexistent topology data on a backup burned for v2.x. For v2.x, the firmware would be looking for nonexistent AP25 replay data on a backup burned for v3.0. Either way will not work, and will flag your 360 by failing AP2.5 challenges outright.

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LT+ v2.0b This version is for Hitachi 79 only and has a bugfix for issues with 8.7GB XGD3 backups that were present in the original 2.0 release for 79. *NOTE: Hitachi v2.0+ does not support truncated XGD3 nor Xbox 1 backups (Xbox 1 originals are fine).
LT+ v2.0 This version adds support for XGD3 backups, and includes the LT-MAX feature which supports full XGD3 ISOs burned on regular DVD+R DL media with iXtreme Burner MAX. *NOTE: Hitachi v2.0+ does not support truncated XGD3 nor Xbox 1 backups (Xbox 1 originals are fine).
LT+ v1.91 This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13599.0 – It is based on the latest firmware as updated by the recent dashboard update. This is only for Hitachi fw version 78 and 79. This fw is not required for lower fw versions. It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups. It also supports the new AP2.6 checks however there is no longer any protection against bad/incorrect burns with older patches so MAKE SURE your burns are patched with the latest ABGX. If they are then there is no need to re-burn.
LT+ v1.1 All versions of Hitachi, except 78 and 79, do not have AP2.5 but were updated to conform to LT+ standards.

Samsung TS-H943 LT v2.01 RELEASED
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This version has a bugfix for issues with 8.7GB XGD3 backups that were present in the original 2.0 release for Samsung.
Click here to read why there is no v3.0 for Samsung
Samsung currently does not need v3.0 as isn't an AP2.5-capable drive. LT+ v3.0 is only needed for drives which support AP2.5 (Hitachi 78/79, BenQ, Lite-On). ISOs made for v3.0 that include topology data will work fine on Samsung and old Hitachis. In v3.0, the ISO layout hasn't changed, except that there will instead be new topology data in place of where the old AP2.5 replay sector used to be, which Samsung & old Hitachis ignore anyway.
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LT v2.0 This version adds support for XGD3 backups, including the LT-MAX feature which allows burning XGD3 ISOs on regular DVD+R DL media.
LT v1.9 This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13146.0 – It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups.
LT This version is safe with all dashboards up to 2.0.12625.0 – Not deemed live-safe with dashes newer than this.

BenQ 04421C
(62430C, 64930C)
VAD6038 LT+ v3.0 RELEASED
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This version adds support for topology data in place of AP2.5 replay data for all XGD3 and AP2.5-active XGD2 backups. *NOTE: For drives that support AP2.5, all backups containing AP2.5 replay data will need to be patched or re-dumped and re-burned for compatibility with v3.0.

iXtreme LT+ v3.0 for BenQ retains support for the use of truncated backups, although it it strongly recommended to use full XGD3 burns made with a compatible Lite-On iHAS drive flashed with the iXtreme Burner MAX fw.

In LT+ v3.0, backups remain the same layout, but require new "AP2.5 topology data" in place of the older "AP2.5 replay sector" that was used in LT+ v2.x and older. Burned backups made for v2.x will not work on v3.0, and vice-versa. In the case of v3.0, the firmware would be looking for nonexistent topology data on a backup burned for v2.x. For v2.x, the firmware would be looking for nonexistent AP25 replay data on a backup burned for v3.0. Either way will not work, and will flag your 360 by failing AP2.5 challenges outright.

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LT+ v2.0 This version adds support for XGD3 backups, including the LT-MAX feature which allows burning XGD3 ISOs on regular DVD+R DL media.
LT+ v1.91 This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13599.0 – It is based on the latest firmware as updated by the recent dashboard update. The stock firmware version should now be 04421C. It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups. It also supports the new AP2.6 checks however there is no longer any protection against bad/incorrect burns with older patches so MAKE SURE your burns are patched with the latest ABGX. If they are then there is no need to re-burn.
LT+ v1.9 This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13146.0 – It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups. The 13146 update flashed all BenQs to the same version, 04421C. Therefore, from LT+ v1.9 onward, BenQ will only have a single cfw version for 04421C.
LT+ v1.1 This version is safe with all dashboards up to 2.0.12625.0 – Not deemed live-safe with dashes newer than this.

Lite-On 02510C
(74850C, 83850Cv1,
83850Cv2, 93450C)
DG-16D2S LT+ v3.0 RELEASED
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This version adds support for topology data in place of AP2.5 replay data for all XGD3 and AP2.5-active XGD2 backups. *NOTE: For drives that support AP2.5, all backups containing AP2.5 replay data will need to be patched or re-dumped and re-burned for compatibility with v3.0.

iXtreme LT+ v3.0 for Lite-On Phat retains support for the use of truncated backups, although it it strongly recommended to use full XGD3 burns made with a compatible Lite-On iHAS drive flashed with the iXtreme Burner MAX fw.

In LT+ v3.0, backups remain the same layout, but require new "AP2.5 topology data" in place of the older "AP2.5 replay sector" that was used in LT+ v2.x and older. Burned backups made for v2.x will not work on v3.0, and vice-versa. In the case of v3.0, the firmware would be looking for nonexistent topology data on a backup burned for v2.x. For v2.x, the firmware would be looking for nonexistent AP25 replay data on a backup burned for v3.0. Either way will not work, and will flag your 360 by failing AP2.5 challenges outright.

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LT+ v2.0 This version adds support for XGD3 backups, including the LT-MAX feature which allows burning XGD3 ISOs on regular DVD+R DL media.
LT+ v1.91 This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13599.0 – It is based on the latest firmware as updated by the recent dashboard update. The stock firmware version should now be 02510C. It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups. It also supports the new AP2.6 checks however there is no longer any protection against bad/incorrect burns with older patches so MAKE SURE your burns are patched with the latest ABGX. If they are then there is no need to re-burn.
LT+ v1.9 This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13146.0 – It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups. The 13146 update flashed all phat Lite-Ons to the same version, 02510C. Therefore, from LT+ v1.9 onward, phat Lite-On will only have a single cfw version for 02510C.
LT+ v1.1 This version is safe with all dashboards up to 2.0.12625.0 – Not deemed live-safe with dashes newer than this.

Lite-On 9504/
0272, 0225,
0401, 1071
DG-16D4S LTU v1.0 RELEASED
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This version is for use with the Team Xecuter Unlocked DVD Replacement PCB universal for all Xbox 360 Slim DVD drives (Lite-On DG-16D4S 9504/0272/0225/0401/1071, Lite-On DG-16D5S 1175/1532, Hitachi DL10N 0500/0502).

LT Ultimate does not need a full fw dump, it requires only the DVD key. It is a single firmware file, containing all the necessary code to function with each of the Slim DVD drives. The JungleFlasher application is used to handle selection and programming of LT Ultimate for the appropriate drive model and firmware version.

LT Ultimate is based on LT+ v3.0, so everything remains the same with ripping, ISO structure, and AP2.5 Topology Data requirements. LT Ultimate retains support for truncated XGD3 backups, but their use is strongly recommended against. Instead, it is recommended to burn XGD3 backups with an iHAS B or compatible cross-flashable drive.

LT Ultimate requires the presence of AP2.5 Topology Data in place of the older AP2.5 Replay Sector, so backups made for the older iXtreme LT/LT+ v2.0 will not work on LT Ultimate. Use of older backups without Topology Data will result in the 360 being flagged for AP2.5 challenge failure.

LT+ v3.0 RELEASED
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This version adds support for topology data in place of AP2.5 replay data for all XGD3 and AP2.5-active XGD2 backups. *NOTE: For drives that support AP2.5, all backups containing AP2.5 replay data will need to be patched or re-dumped and re-burned for compatibility with v3.0.

iXtreme LT+ v3.0 for Lite-On Slim retains support for the use of truncated backups, although it it strongly recommended to use full XGD3 burns made with a compatible Lite-On iHAS drive flashed with the iXtreme Burner MAX fw.

In LT+ v3.0, backups remain the same layout, but require new "AP2.5 topology data" in place of the older "AP2.5 replay sector" that was used in LT+ v2.x and older. Burned backups made for v2.x will not work on v3.0, and vice-versa. In the case of v3.0, the firmware would be looking for nonexistent topology data on a backup burned for v2.x. For v2.x, the firmware would be looking for nonexistent AP25 replay data on a backup burned for v3.0. Either way will not work, and will flag your 360 by failing AP2.5 challenges outright.

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LT+ v2.0 This version adds support for XGD3 backups, including the LT-MAX feature which allows burning XGD3 ISOs on regular DVD+R DL media.
LT+ v1.92 This version improves support for rare fw dumps and further optimizes of the rootkit.
LT+ v1.91 [only for 9504/0272, 0225, and 0401] This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13599.0 – It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups. It also supports the new AP2.6 checks however there is no longer any protection against bad/incorrect burns with older patches so MAKE SURE your burns are patched with the latest ABGX. If they are then there is no need to re-burn. The 2.0.13599 update locks the SPI of the 0272 (formerly 9504, flashed to new stock firmware 0272 by the 13146 update). Unlocking Lite-On DG-16D4S drives require either an Xecuter Sputnik360 Switch or Xecuter Sputnik360 Probe if the drive has an MXIC SPI flash, or the "Kamikaze" drill hack if it has a Winbond flash. Click here for an image showing the visual difference between MXIC and Winbond chips on the Lite-On DG-16D4S drives ("03" = MXIC, "05" = Winbond).
LT+ v1.9 [only for 9504/0272, 0225, and 0401] This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13146.0 – It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups. The 13146 update flashed Lite-On 9504 to new stock firmware version 0272.
LT+ v1.0 [only for 9504] This version is safe with all dashboards up to 2.0.12625.0 – Not deemed live-safe with dashes newer than this.

Lite-On 1175,
1532
DG-16D5S LTU v2.0 RELEASED
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This version is for use with the Team Xecuter Lite-On DG-16D5S LTU2 DVD Replacement PCB.

LT Ultimate 2 does not need a full fw dump, it requires only the DVD key. It is a single firmware file, containing all the necessary code to function with each of the Slim DVD drives. The JungleFlasher application is used to handle selection and programming of LT Ultimate 2 for the appropriate drive model and firmware version.

LT Ultimate 2 is based on LT+ v3.0 and LTU v1.0, so everything remains the same with ripping, ISO structure, and AP2.5 Topology Data requirements. LT Ultimate 2 retains support for truncated XGD3 backups, but their use is strongly recommended against.

LT Ultimate 2 requires the presence of AP2.5 Topology Data in place of the older AP2.5 Replay Sector, so backups made for the older iXtreme LT/LT+ v2.0 will not work on LT Ultimate 2. Use of older backups without Topology Data will result in the 360 being flagged for AP2.5 challenge failure.

LTU v1.0 RELEASED
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This version is for use with the Team Xecuter Unlocked DVD Replacement PCB universal for all Xbox 360 Slim DVD drives (Lite-On DG-16D4S 9504/0272/0225/0401/1071, Lite-On DG-16D5S 1175/1532, Hitachi DL10N 0500/0502).

LT Ultimate does not need a full fw dump, it requires only the DVD key. It is a single firmware file, containing all the necessary code to function with each of the Slim DVD drives. The JungleFlasher application is used to handle selection and programming of LT Ultimate for the appropriate drive model and firmware version.

LT Ultimate is based on LT+ v3.0, so everything remains the same with ripping, ISO structure, and AP2.5 Topology Data requirements. LT Ultimate retains support for truncated XGD3 backups, but their use is strongly recommended against. Instead, it is recommended to burn XGD3 backups with an iHAS B or compatible cross-flashable drive.

LT Ultimate requires the presence of AP2.5 Topology Data in place of the older AP2.5 Replay Sector, so backups made for the older iXtreme LT/LT+ v2.0 will not work on LT Ultimate/LT Ultimate 2. Use of older backups without Topology Data will result in the 360 being flagged for AP2.5 challenge failure.

Hitachi 0500,
0502
DL10N LTU v2.0 RELEASED
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This version is for use with the Team Xecuter Hitachi DL10N LTU2 LTU2 DVD Replacement PCB.

LT Ultimate 2 does not need a full fw dump, it requires only the DVD key. It is a single firmware file, containing all the necessary code to function with each of the Slim DVD drives. The JungleFlasher application is used to handle selection and programming of LT Ultimate 2 for the appropriate drive model and firmware version.

LT Ultimate 2 is based on LT+ v3.0 and LTU v1.0, so everything remains the same with ripping, ISO structure, and AP2.5 Topology Data requirements. LT Ultimate 2 retains support for truncated XGD3 backups, but their use is strongly recommended against.

LT Ultimate 2 requires the presence of AP2.5 Topology Data in place of the older AP2.5 Replay Sector, so backups made for the older iXtreme LT/LT+ v2.0 will not work on LT Ultimate 2. Use of older backups without Topology Data will result in the 360 being flagged for AP2.5 challenge failure.

LTU v1.0 RELEASED
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This version is for use with the Team Xecuter Unlocked DVD Replacement PCB universal for all Xbox 360 Slim DVD drives (Lite-On DG-16D4S 9504/0272/0225/0401/1071, Lite-On DG-16D5S 1175/1532, Hitachi DL10N 0500/0502).

LT Ultimate does not need a full fw dump, it requires only the DVD key. It is a single firmware file, containing all the necessary code to function with each of the Slim DVD drives. The JungleFlasher application is used to handle selection and programming of LT Ultimate for the appropriate drive model and firmware version.

LT Ultimate is based on LT+ v3.0, so everything remains the same with ripping, ISO structure, and AP2.5 Topology Data requirements. LT Ultimate retains support for truncated XGD3 backups, but their use is strongly recommended against. Instead, it is recommended to burn XGD3 backups with an iHAS B or compatible cross-flashable drive.

LT Ultimate requires the presence of AP2.5 Topology Data in place of the older AP2.5 Replay Sector, so backups made for the older iXtreme LT/LT+ v2.0 will not work on LT Ultimate. Use of older backups without Topology Data will result in the 360 being flagged for AP2.5 challenge failure.

PC DVD
Burners
MULTI BMP v0.15 RELEASED
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- Works with most MTK chipset-based DVD burners (Lite-On, etc.)
- No need to flash burner firmware. Delivers a realtime payload to increase capacity of DVD+R DL discs to support XGD3
- Support for stock iHAS B, C, and D burners — all makes and models
- Support for many of the Lite-On iHAS Clones
- Supports many other models such as ASUS, Samsung, Pioneer and many others
- Supports many Lite-On and Samsung USB External Burners
- Supports many Lite-On IDE Burners
- Supports any disc burning software (ImgBurn recommended)

Click here for a list of drive models that support Burner MAX Payload

Supported Models

(list will be added soon)

Contact us if you know of any other confirmed working drive models that support Burner MAX Payload that aren't on this list.

Lite-On PC
DVD Burner
(124B, 224B, 324B,
424B, 524B, 624B)
iHAS B BM v1.0 RELEASED
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iHAS124B – Baseline model

iHAS224B – Baseline model + LightScribe

iHAS324B – Baseline model + SmartErase

iHAS424B – Baseline model + LightScribe + SmartErase (or = 224 + SmartErase)

iHAS524B – Baseline model + LabelTag + SmartErase

iHAS624B – Baseline model + LabelTag + LightScribe + SmartErase (or = 524 + LightScribe)

The "iXtreme Burner MAX" customized PC DVD burner fw allows for burning 100% of an XGD3 ISO to regular DVD+R DL discs. Preferred media for error-free burns are Verbatim MKM001 (burning at 2.4x), and Verbatim MKM003 (burning at 2.4x or 4x). All regular features of the burner function as normal, including LightScribe, LabelTag, Smart-Erase, Smart-Burn, Smart-X, and SuperAllWrite. Even with the custom iXtreme Burner MAX fw flashed to the drive, it is still fully functional as a regular burner, not only for XGD3, but also XGD2, and all other ISOs and data, up to 8.7GB worth.

Click here for a list of cross-flashable drive models that support Burner MAX firmware

Cross-Flashable Models

In addition to the normal Lite-On iHAS "B" burners (124B, 224B, 324B, 424B, 524B, 624B), there are several other drive models of different brands that can be cross-flashed to an iHAS by using the original Lite-On iHAS firmware and EEPROM utilities. These cross-flashable drives are re-badged OEM drives, which means they are manufactured by Lite-On and contain the same internal hardware and components as the Lite-On iHAS, but are sold under a different brand name (ASUS, Dell, HP, Plextor, TEAC), some with a different faceplate/bezel on the front of the drive, and/or with different retail packaging.

Please note that the cross-flashable drive models marked with a * in the list below have multiple revisions, of which only the "B" revision is supported. Revision "Y" (NEC chipset), "A" (older MTK chipset), "C" (MTK chipset/1MB flash), and "D" (MTK chipset/1MB flash) are not compatible. c4eva's custom Burner MAX firmware is based on the Lite-On iHAS "B" revision which has an MTK chipset with 2MB flash.

The revision letter is usually indicated somewhere on the retail box and also on the label sticker on the drive itself. For some drives, the revision letter is part of the drive model, or appears near or after the end of the drive model on the label sticker. Depending on when a particular model was manufactured and the retail destination country/region, the configuration and placement of the stickers may be slightly different; different arrangement, dual barcodes, different certification logos, and so on. If you are purchasing a cross-flashable drive online or from a retail store, you should have customer service or the salesperson check the label on the box or the sticker on the drive to ensure that it is in fact a "B" revision.

Please refer to the gallery of images on the dedicated iHAS & cross-flashable list page for examples of some of the different revisions' drive label stickers and box labels.

The following drive models are confirmed capable of being cross-flashed with c4eva's iXtreme Burner MAX firmware:

ASUS
DRW-24B3LT*
DRW-24B3ST*
DRW-24B1LT*
DRW-24B1ST*

Dell
PLDS DH-16ABS

HP
DVD1270i*
DVD1260i*

Lite-On
iHAS122*
iHAS322* (thanks to Hasham, Risay, and Kingston for confirming)
DH-16ABSH11B (thanks to Charles for confirming)

Plextor
PX-L890SA

TEAC
DV-W524GSB

Contact us if you know of any other confirmed cross-flashable drives that aren't on this list.

BenQ 0800 VAD6038 v3.0 RELEASED
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Using Xbox Backup Creator, rips full ISO (XGD2 and XGD3), including correct AP2.5 topology data. All necessary stealth practices still apply, and it remains the responsibility of the user to verify the stealth of their ISOs with abgx360.
Lite-On 0800 DG-16D2S v3.0 RELEASED
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Using Xbox Backup Creator, rips full ISO (XGD2 and XGD3), including correct AP2.5 topology data. All necessary stealth practices still apply, and it remains the responsibility of the user to verify the stealth of their ISOs with abgx360.
Lite-On 0800 DG-16D4S v3.0 IN PROGRESS
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Using Xbox Backup Creator, rips full ISO (XGD2 and XGD3), including correct AP2.5 topology data. All necessary stealth practices still apply, and it remains the responsibility of the user to verify the stealth of their ISOs with abgx360.
Supporting Software Version Status Notes
abgx360 v1.0.6 RELEASED
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This version adds support for patching AP25 topology data and verifying XGD3 ISOs/backups.
Xbox Backup Creator v2.9.0.425 RELEASED
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Used for creation of Xbox 360 ISOs.

Version 2.9.0.425 has the following changes:
Fixed – resetting drive speed back to 5x after use
Removed – old standard of putting video Layer 1 on Layer 0 for XGD1 and XGD2 (this is a fix for newer "Wave 17" XGD2 discs)

Version 2.9.0.421 has the following changes:
Added – support for OEM VAD6038
Added – support for OEM TS-H943A
Added – support for OEM Hitachi GDR-3120L 32, 36, 40, 46, 47, 58, 59, 78, 79
Added – support for OEM Liteon DG-16D2S
Added – support for OEM Liteon DG-16D4S
Added – support for OEM Hitachi DL10N
Added – support for Drive Key Lookup via Jungle Flasher Key DB
Added – support for Xecuter X360USB Pro v2
Added – support for OEM XGD1, XGD2, XGD3 ripping*
Fixed – SS file save bug
*OEM Ripping is dependent on using the Xecuter X360USB Pro v2 to get Windows to assign the OEM DVD drive a drive letter.

Version 2.9.0.350 added support for extracting topology data used by iXtreme LT+ v3.0 fw.

Version 2.9.0.345 added XGD3 and AP25 support, Title Assets Check when ripping or burning xgd3, dae.bin file reading in association of AP25 disc, ability to rescan drives (ctrl-s), support for iXtreme 0800 v3.0 for BenQ and Lite-On (phat).

Xbox Image Browser v2.9.0.350 RELEASED
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Used for browsing and extracting Xbox 360 ISOs. This version added support for XGD3 ISOs, folder preselection to Save As browse dialog, and command line parsing to open an iso from explorer (Open With command).
JungleFlasher v0.1.95(321) RELEASED
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Version 0.1.95(321) added support for c4eva's LTU2 firmware and the Xecuter LTU2 Hardware (Lite-On DG-16D5S & Hitachi DL10N). *Note: make sure X360USB PRO V1 and V2 are updated to the latest firmware (20.1)

Version 0.1.94(320) added support for new Key verification process, Vendor command support for DG-16D5S Drives, extra functions to utilize RGH extracts with LTU using T-X DG-16D5S replacement PCB, support for LT+ v3.0 for Hitachi 78 & 79, support for LTU v1.0 using TX replacement PCB (DG-16D5S 1175/1532, DG-16D4S 0225/0401/1071 lost fw replacement [replaced with a TX DG-16D5S], DL10N 0500/0502 [replaced with a TX DG-16D5S]),
bug fix to SlimKey for bytes at 3f005 & 3f006, IO port enumeration for Win 8 using old school PCI bus scan (using new PortIO drive from Schtrom with 32-bit memory access)

Version 0.1.92(304) added support for LT+ v3.0 for Slim Lite-On 0272 (9504), 0225/0225u, 0401, and 1071.

Version 0.1.91(300) added support for LT+ v3.0 for BenQ 04421C and Phat Lite-On 02510C.

Verson 0.1.90(293) added support for LT+ v2.0b for Hitachi 79.

Version 0.1.90(292) added support for LT+ v2.0 for Hitachi 32, 36, 40, 46, 47, 58, 59, 78, 79, and an extra button group with easy access and visibility for CK3i additional functions.

The status and information presented here is correct and current as of 2017-09-21 09:11PM UTC. The information in this table was last modified 2013-08-11 12:20AM UTC. While we strive to ensure the accuracy of the information presented in this table, there may at times be inconsistencies or errors. Status information is updated and/or corrected on a regular basis as progress is made by the teams and individuals involved. Hitachi 79 only.
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  1. avatar mr.ture says:

    ı have samsung drive with last fw.ı patched brotherhood with abgx 1.05 but it had unreadable error ???? (c4eva said samsung don’t have ap25 )

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  2. avatar Ross Dempster says:

    Hi,
    I have updated F/W in my FAT hitachi drive to LT+ 1.1 although i still cannot play AP 2.5 games?

    I can play ssv1 ssv2 backups and the original games but not ap 2.5 ssv3 games.

    Could this be the problem, My Hitachi drive is spoofed as a Benq drive?

    Any help very much appreciated.

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    • avatar Ross Dempster says:

      Just to add on i was wondering if i should flash the benq fimware that i spoofed my hitachi drive with LT+ 1.1 atm it is stock firmware.

      cheers for any help

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      • avatar Ross Dempster says:

        I have just tried spoofing my liteon 74850C drive as my Benq drive but i get the same result as my Hitachi i can only play ssv1 ssv2 backups and the original games but not ap 2.5 ssv3.

        I will now resort to buying a Benq drive but just out of curiousity will spoofed drives every work with the new AP 2.5 games?

        Also out of curiosity which drive would be best for me to use for spoofing the Hitachi 3120L v76 or the Liteon 74850C?

        Cheers

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  3. avatar Profxxx says:

    ı have samsung drive with last fw.ı patched brotherhood with abgx 1.05 but it had unreadable error ???? (c4eva said samsung don’t have ap25 ) please answer? lt 1.1 for samsung release?

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  4. avatar Fire1 says:

    Can anyone tell when we can expect the slim fw?
    I thought that the fw for the slim comes this year, but this year is almost over, so than it comes next year in the start of January?

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  5. avatar Jason says:

    Thanks c4e. I'm still getting you that cape, cuz' your my god damn hero!

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  6. avatar Profxxx says:

    c4e will samsung fw release??

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  7. avatar Profxxx says:

    will there be lt+ for Sammy drives?

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  8. avatar xboxmedic999 says:

    Why do you need LT+ for the sammy's? it doesnt have ap25 so isnt required to have LT+. As c4eva has said on many occassions now LT is doing as its job so as that old saying goes "If it aint broke, don't try to fix it" Peeps need to stop asking and let the team get on with cracking the slims wide open and lets get this party started because 2011 is going to be a RUSH! I personally salute the TEAM for there time and dedication so far in 2010. :p

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    • avatar Kirchhoff says:

      I also would like to ask info on the possible Sammy LT+, we all know that Hitachis were stuck at iX 1.51 and had priority, but as we can read at the top of this page :
      " *versions 78/79 for AP2.5
      versions 59 and lower (32, 36, 40, 46, 47, 58, 59) do not have AP2.5, but were updated to conform to LT+ standards "
      What I am wondering is : may Samsung drives also need to confirm to LT+ standards in order to be safer on XBL?
      Just my 2 cents :)

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    • avatar Profxxx says:

      everybody says sammy doesnt have ap25 but ı cant open patched brotherhood with ixtreme lt 1.0. spoofed samsung cant open ap25 games.So we want LT+ 1.1 for sammy.

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    • avatar sieco187 says:

      Kirchhoff – Samsung drive do not need a new firmware because its already at LT+ standards. Hitachi's needed the update because obviously the V78/78 drives needed to defeat AP2.5 and the other lower drives worked but were not safe for live. C4eva knows more about these drives then any of use that simply just grab the newest firmware and flash will ever know. If he says it doesn't need LT+ its because it doesn't

      Profxxx – You said you have a spoofed samsung? What is it spoofed as? If its spoofed as any Liteon, Benq, or Hitachi V78/79 then that is your problem because as you know these drives are looking for AP2.5 sectors and samsung's are not capable of detecting them and never will be. Also spoofing a drive as another can now be detected by your XBOX and can potential get you banned on live.

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  9. avatar hustler says:

    when we can see slims FW

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  10. avatar BadNight says:

    i dont play in my xbox live 1year and i have LT+ but i played with dont fixed game
    and now i played with fixed games
    connect to XboxLIve or NOt?

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