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2012-07-29 at 08:34PM UTC #7612
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phrizz

Hey man, been out of the scene a while and came back because I wanted to ask about updating my RGH from my current NXE dash to whatever the latest one I can.

I still have all my original files; nand dumps, KV_Info, cpukey, etc. but when I checked the RGH guide it seems to have changed quite a bit…it no longer uses 360_Multi_Builder and the only dash packs to download are “Additional Pack (or Files)” and is set up for the J-Runner program.

As I mentioned, you know I’m already RGH’d to I think 14699 but I would simply like to update to whatever latest version I can in anticipation for Assassin’s Creed III and Resident Evil 6 :)

Please respond if you’re still around these threads..I could really use your help!

2012-07-29 at 08:35PM UTC #7613
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phrizz

read read read! ;)

2012-07-29 at 09:02PM UTC #7614
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phrizz

Would it be as simple as downloading 360_Multi_Builder_v0.83 (the last version before it changed to “GUI”-like interface & it comes with NXE dash 14719) and placing my original nanddump.bin and cpukey.txt in the /data/my360/ folder then using the “Run.exe” in the root of 360_M_B?

I went through that, the command line says xeBuild Finished and press enter to quit. So do I just need to place nanddump.bin and xenon.elf on the root of a USB flash drive and boot my 360 using Eject??

2012-07-29 at 09:08PM UTC #7615
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QuickMythril

j-runner is a great program. it also auto-downloads everything you need and comes with wiring diagrams built in and such. pretty much you just have to put in your nand dump, and cpu key, choose 15574 dash, and build a new glitch build. then flash that to your nand. no need to do any actual microsoft updates. let me know if you have any issues or questions about using it.

you can get j-runner here: http://bit.ly/K8z3OP

2012-07-29 at 09:14PM UTC #7616
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Oh shit, just realized the newest 360_Multi_Builder_v0.95a supports the newest NXE 15574 dash that was cleared by c4e so I used that.

Put my nanddump.bin & cpukey.txt in the /Data/_my_images/ folder like it tells you to, went through selecting my Zephyr, RGH, etc. and got the file built. So now I have a /Data/my360/ folder which has a nanddump.bin (which I assume is the now modified version of my original) and xenon.elf in the /Data/ folder.

Guess it went alright so basically I guess I just need to know if those are the only two files I need? Do they need to be on root of USB? And do I need to start the system using Eject?

2012-07-29 at 09:36PM UTC #7617
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phrizz

Keep in mind, my system is already running 14699 NXE dash via CoolRunner RGH so the only thing hooked up is my CoolRunner and my Blaster CK3; all I want to do is upgrade from 14699 basic NXE dash to 15574 basic NXE dash. Nothing special, just a simple update so I can play newer games that require it.

From what I remember, all I had to do was put the (modified by 360_Multi_Builder_v0.95a) nanddump.bin and xenon.elf on the root of a FAT32 USB drive and boot my system using the eject button, then it would automatically detect and update/install the newer NXE dash from USB. Am I wrong?

2012-07-29 at 10:01PM UTC #7618
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phrizz

I can’t get J-Runner working properly, especially considering I’m not trying to flash for the first time so my Xbox isn’t connected to anything besides the CoolRunner and is it’s fully assembled. Whenever I try to Add Dash, there are no dashes to add, the place where the three options should show up is just empty..

Hopefully the nanddump.bin and xenon.elf I created using the newest 360 MultiBuilder downloaded from tortuga or whatever the official site is by Rogero will do the trick..

2012-07-29 at 11:18PM UTC #7621
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Ah I was using an old J-Runner, it was throwing up connection error upon start up so it wasn’t downloading anything.

Anyway, with the latest J-Runner I loaded a nand.bin, cpukey was detected from database, and I was finally able to Add Dash but the “Retail – Glitch – Jtag” were grayed out after adding 15574. So I said screw it and clicked Create Image button, success. I restarted J-Runner, loaded my original nand.bin again and the Dash Version was already selected and I can pick between Retail or Glitch, and RGH or RGH2. Obviously I want Glitch for the first option, but what is this RGH2??

Also, J-Runner says to copy ‘xenon.elf’ and ‘nandflash.bin’ from J-RunnerConsoleSerial# to the root of a USB drive and boot using Eject…but the only files I have are:
cpukey.txt
KV_Info.txt
nandflash(#########).bin.log
nandflash.bin

No xenon.elf, can I use the one from 360 Multi Builder or something?

2012-07-30 at 12:09AM UTC #7622
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phrizz

blah, can’t seem to figure out whether or not the nanddump file is being created properly. In J-Runner, after loading a nand bin, Patch 0 shows 15574 and Patch 1 shows nothing when created using J-Runner, when using Multi Builder I get Patch 0 at 12625 and Patch 1 at 13604.

So I figured the newly patched file would show something like Patch 0 at 13604 and Patch 1 at 15574 or something like that. Now I have no idea which one to use. All I wanna do is upgrade my damn NXE Dash, from 13604 to 15574 but can’t tell if I’m creating the Glitched NAND bin correctly :/

Been outta’ the scene too long..sucks..heeellppp meee!

2012-07-30 at 12:57AM UTC #7624
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QuickMythril

your file should be called nandflash.bin not nanddump.bin that you need to put on the usb drive. and yeah you can use the xenon.elf from multibuilder. for some reason i was thinking it is supposed to be named updflash.bin, but that may have been an older method or just an alternate name now.

nandflash.bin and xenon.elf on the usb drive and boot with the eject button is all you need. rgh2 is if you have a phat console that is already stock updated past 14699, but yours is not. you just have a 14699 image on there, so you are still using rgh1, which has better boot times than rgh2. so i would suggest just using your files from multibuilder to make sure you don’t flash the wrong file or a bad image from j-runner. if you mess something up then you will have to open the xbox again and flash using the nand-x or other device directly wired up.

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