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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Is cool Im making a new tutorial for us noobs. there is no tutorial out there that jus puts all the information u need on the table and for temp job like this spending days hunting the net is an unnecessary task. It took hours to surf through forums to find the alternative solder points to the cool runner which would have saved me days of work if the info was out there. No one explains the rbh process well; and to be honest this is very simple task with the right info and the right software(which half the programs out there dont work even nandpro gave me tons of issues because it wouldn't detect a flash controller but jtag tool did). This whole process is made a painstaking task because of the lack of organization and support its just a whole glob of crap you spend hours weeding through its a bit ridiculous. If i had know What I know now i could have had this done in less the 10 minutes not including Nand read and write time obviously

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    and im not blaming you im jus saying your an asshole cause instead of advice you said im an idiot and didnt solder correctly lol. I was avoiding saying that buts its true who are you to say anything lol you also have no idea what your talking about forums are for helping out other members not just acting like a know it all solder queen that you must be!

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by lmarney View Post
    This whole process is made a painstaking task because of the lack of organization and support its just a whole glob of crap you spend hours weeding through its a bit ridiculous. If i had know What I know now i could have had this done in less the 10 minutes not including Nand read and write time obviously
    You're missing the point - you're SUPPOSED to know what you're doing:

    1. read and write the NAND.
    2. Use a command line menu-driven tool.

    If you can't do either of these, you shouldn't even be attempting it. Plenty of us here do this stuff without issue, day in day out, that it's beyond funny when someone complains they can't manage it.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post
    block 0x0 was remapped to block 0x1d6, entering remap instance 3

    Here's the problem - block 0 was badly dumped.

    Open your NAND Dump in 360 Flash Dump Tool and see what it says.
    , i opened my originally dumped nand in flash tool but what you exactly need to know ? i need to extract something ?



    PD: @ lmarney can you please excuse us for a moment ? im trying to solve a big problem here
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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by lmarney View Post
    and im not blaming you im jus saying your an asshole cause instead of advice you said im an idiot and didnt solder correctly lol.
    You ARE an idiot though, that's the point. Maybe if you stopped to read and learn once in a while you wouldn't be such an idiot.

    Maybe you should think about how I got to learn all this stuff. You think I went to xbox college or something? No - I READ and learned. I'm totally self taught and am not taking any more bullshit from someone who wants to be spoonfed on a process which clearly indicates is NOT for noobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTechnician View Post
    , i opened my originally dumped nand in flash tool but what you exactly need to know ? i need to extract something ?



    PD: @ lmarney can you please excuse us for a moment ? im trying to solve a big problem here
    Open it in 360 Flash Dump Tool and check the bad block tab in there.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post
    Open it in 360 Flash Dump Tool and check the bad block tab in there.
    Mmm with my originally dumped nand of course i only have the 2 bad blocks i said early.

    Block Id 0x0082 found @ 0x03FE
    Block Id 0x0045 found @ 0x03FF

    the one made in ggbuild doesnt open

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Can you provide a screen dump of 360 flash dump tool?

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

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    Can you provide a screen dump of 360 flash dump tool?
    this one ?
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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Can you ZIP/RAR this NAND dump up and upload it for me?

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post
    Can you ZIP/RAR this NAND dump up and upload it for me?
    Yes, im looking where to upload it lol

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    transferbigfiles.com. Email the link to yourself and PM it to me.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post
    transferbigfiles.com. Email the link to yourself and PM it to me.
    sent a pm but with rapidshare one, because the transferbigfiles did not sent me the email ....

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    ok - sent a rebuilt NAND for you to try. If it works, I'll need to update the guide...

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post
    ok - sent a rebuilt NAND for you to try. If it works, I'll need to update the guide...
    Sorry, i needed to solder a single point lol.
    YOUR THE MAN !!!! It power on and boot perfect
    and my Secdata is clean !!

    Now the real question is, what did you did ? why wasnt working for me ? did you used my original nand or did you remapped it ?
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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Ok - the clue was in the log:

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    block 0x82 was remapped to block 0x3fe at remap instance 1
    block 0x45 was remapped to block 0x3ff at remap instance 0
    These are fine - normal blocks in the NAND area which are remapped.


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    block 0x0 was remapped to block 0x1d6, entering remap instance 3
    This is the problem one. Block 0 is your SMC. Remapping isn't so much a problem, however multi_builder automatically ERASES the original block:

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    cleaning up stray remaps
    No block 0 = no SMC = NO BOOT.

    So, to rectify this:

    1. Extract the block from the retail_nand.bin (as above, it was remapped to 0x1d6):

    nandpro retail_nand.bin: -r16 block1.bin 1d6 1

    2. Map it BACK to block 0:

    nandpro retail_nand.bin: -w16 block1.bin 0

    Flash this back to your console.

    Alternatively, if you've already flashed it to the NAND, you only need to do the extract then

    nandpro usb: -w16 block1.bin 0

    I'll update the guide to cover this. I've also PM'd Rogero to let him know.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    So the problem was ggBuild v0.33.273 or was my nand because of the bad block at the start in block 45 ?
    Well if Smc is only in Block 0 and my Smc was good then the ggBuild v0.33.273 was the problem here

    Thx Martin and yes tell Rogero

    Was a pleasure to be the one with this problem so they can update it haha.

    Edited: Ok i was playing around with others program and for sure is my nand the one with problem lol
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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Yep, basically the multi_builder script which runs after ggbuild does its thing is erasing mapped blocks (which is a good thing), however it shouldn't touch block 0 I've PM'd Rogero and he's on the case!

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Btw Martin, while testing i used the Bestpig freeboot toolbox maker 28 and the same happens, in 360 flashdump tool 0.97 the nand image it makes or freeboot image can NOT be opened neither so it have the Block 0 error too.
    So maybe is NOT a problem with multibuilder/gg build ?

    Lets wait what Rogero says.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    might be ggbuild itself - all these tools use it in some way or another.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    ^So the software is perfect right Martin^
    lol btw my soldering is flawless i do iPod and Smartphone repairs with ribbon cables and play with this type of stuff everyday Just like you do with Xbox's the whole point of this was to test out and see if it was worth doing more of these types of projects for other people. I could care less about the $50 Xbox and remember you were a Noob once. Would you appreciate when you were learning if someone went around answering question like you!! If you read my post you would have realized that the solder point by the Hana chip i didn't say was burned out but was pulled out!!! by my puppy shit happens. But i do applaud you because your shitty advice pissed me off so bad i tried everything i could just to prove that your an asshole and in the end i did so ;P

    TEAJUNKIE EDIT: You show no respect for those that try to help you and are way more experienced than you.
    i suggest you go buy maximus products.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by lmarney View Post
    ^So the software is perfect right Martin^
    lol btw my soldering is flawless i do iPod and Smartphone repairs with ribbon cables and play with this type of stuff everyday Just like you do with Xbox's the whole point of this was to test out and see if it was worth doing more of these types of projects for other people. I could care less about the $50 Xbox and remember you were a Noob once. Would you appreciate when you were learning if someone went around answering question like you!! If you read my post you would have realized that the solder point by the Hana chip i didn't say was burned out but was pulled out!!! by my puppy shit happens. But i do applaud you because your shitty advice pissed me off so bad i tried everything i could just to prove that your an asshole and in the end i did so ;P
    You're just proving yourself to be a dick.

    Tell me, once and for all, how THIS software caused your problem?

    You dumped the NAND and even when you wrote your ORIGINAL UNTOUCHED NAND, you still couldn't get it to work?

    That's right - nothing to do with the software mentioned here and certainly nothing to do with the last guy's issue.

    So come on - explain how even after you wrote back your original untouched NAND it still didn't work, if YOUR problem was related to the way your NAND was created?

    You've got 10 mins then all your stuff is being deleted, as there's only one thing I hate more than a liar is a troll.

    EDIT:

    I don't suppose you fixing it had anything to do with the resistor next to the HANA?

    http://team-xecuter.com/forums/showp...0&postcount=19

    Sounds awfully familiar since you pulled the trace, don't you think?

 

 
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