After a long, hard development we are happy to finally announce that the new LTU2 PCB is shipping to all major retailers on August 5th. Due to the custom nature of the board we have been able to manufacture at a greatly reduced cost compared to the LTU v1 PCB (which is no longer available to purchase). You can now buy an LTU2 for only $49.95 !
There are two versions of PCB: Liteon DG-16D5S & Hitachi DL10N
You can also expect a new Jungle Flasher and a new LTU2 fw from C4E.
Official Product Description for retailers:
As with the DG-16D4S, the SPI is also locked on these drives (in addition to the firmware being encrypted), so this replacement PCB allows for the user to unlock and re-lock the SPI at will, and offers full ability to write your own firmware to the drive including your own drive key so you are able to replace your DVD drive if it becomes faulty without having to send it away for expensive repairs.
The Liteon DG-16D5S LTU2 & Hitachi DL10N Unlocked Replacement PCB has been manufactured so it is much cheaper than the original LTU PCB – get them while they are available they will be hot sellers !
This device is designed with the primary purpose to aid and/or assist in the repair or replacement of defective hardware. It does not contain any code or any kind of microchip that infringes any intellectual property.
As always, there are those who try to rip people off by making junk quality versions of Xecuter products and trying to pass them off as their own. They even use the same serial number sticker hundreds and hundreds of times over. Either they are dumb or they think their customers are stupid.
Anyway just to show you how there are so many scams out there, there have been sites already taking peoples money for LTU2 orders – even when they are told time and time again not to.
Here is an example on the awful Alibaba website (CLICK HERE) in China – as you can see there are lots of LTU2 adverts – it's all knock off packaging and every board is actually a DG-16D4S PCB and thats just from the pictures – they probably don't even have those boards in stock and certainly not any LTU2. These will never work on a D5S drive and they will certainly never work with LTU2. Beware folks – always buy from official sources !