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Thread: Any of you guys know how to jtag a 360?

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    Take a read over this site:
    https://docs.google.com/View?id=dnfmv5h_30dw33vpf4

    It doesn't give instructions for the soldering of the wires (but there are many sites out there with that info), but it gives instructions for the rest. What type of xbox is yours (xenon, jasper, etc)?

    Sorry, double post.
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    xenon, 2006

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    READ ME <<--Click the link, it has everything you need you need to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompletelyBefuddled View Post
    READ ME <<--Click the link, it has everything you need you need to know.
    Sorry to seem rude but that link has already been given couple of posts up why post the same link twice?

    If using the nandx kit I would suggest going here NAND-X Installation Guides *UPDATED JULY 9TH* - Team Xecuter and for an easy way of dumping and flashing the nad with xell go here Jtag tool - compatable with nand-x - Team Xecuter as it automates most of the process for you so you dont have to write everything in a dos box and will work wether you use nand x or similair usb spi flasher or lpt method.

    Personally speaking jtagging a xenon board is easier as you dont have to solder the db1f1 point and the point on the ROL.

    for soldering using lpt method go here Jtag hack videos - Team Xecuter further down the page it gives the links to all parts of the videos

    Hope it helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by cenatuar View Post
    Sorry to seem rude but that link has already been given couple of posts up why post the same link twice?
    Just trying to lead 'em to the promised land...

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    great links, served my xenon, thank you.

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    awesome glad to hear it now you can enjoy jtag goodness

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    I was going to go the lpt port route
    How would I test how much power goes to it?
    so I'd know if I should put on the resistors or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by us3rname View Post
    I was going to go the lpt port route
    How would I test how much power goes to it?
    so I'd know if I should put on the resistors or not
    Use the resistors per the link I posted. I personally soldered all the resistors to the motherboard, worked like a charm. The only thing you need to take note of is your wire colors from the mobo to the lpt, so the are connected to the correct pins.

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    so you haven't checked before?

    I didn't really want to solder them on,
    I was going to try and check again later to see if I can see how many volts the lpt port is using
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