New version released with new feature and bug fix This update makes it possible to create a Xbox One HDD from windows.
Version 3 Build 4
Download Here: http://team-xecuter.com/forums/showthread.php?t=82434
This should get your taste buds rocking
This will replace all versions of CR3 Pro. 100% compatible with Trinity and Corona v1 – v6.
Will show you the R-JTAG replacement soon.
I think one of our dev team may have figured out how to successfully install a bigger HDD to an XBOX ONE. Tested with a 1TB so far and it seems to work well – although I haven't seen it myself yet. It's Thanksgiving night and i'm shit faced
This is not a 100% confirmation but it's looking good so far. Will post more info as I get it.
Great for the scene to have the very first XBONE "hack" though
Full credits to Juvenal for this little beauty – you rock bro
As always no guarantees are given and use at your own risk !
Xbox One HDD Tools
What this does
Given any HDD over 500GB in size, you can format it for use with you Microsoft Xbox One console
All of this must be done as root! I HIGHLY suggest you do this on a livecd or usb booted system if you don't 'know linux' and would rather not wipe the wrong hard drive.
Putting it back together
When you put the new HDD in your console for the first time and boot up, the console will go the the green "Xbox One" screen, pause for a second or two, then shut down. Boot the console again. This time it should pause at the green screen for a while longer, then go to a black screen for even longer. It can take several minutes before anything happens after this, the xbox is automatically creating temporary files during this time. If you copied everything correctly, it WILL go to the dashboard eventually, just be patient!
What is linux?
Wait for a windows version
These can be gotten off your original HDD easily
We are working on a Windows app – maybe integrating with our already established HDD Hacker Tool that was used for the 360 or just something standalone. Stay Tuned
We have a full step by step teardown of the XBOX ONE. Can be easily taken apart with an XECUTER Xclamp Unlock Tool and a Torx9 Screwdriver. Very easy – took 10 minutes on the first attempt.
The X-Ray machine has also been deployed. Now to put the acid gloves on…..
We finally nailed the perfect glitch code for all slim consoles with the Slim Proto. We thank the many many members for their feedback and test results. Because of you we are now able to produce the perfect hardware that will work with all slims and require very little tuning (even less effort than the first slim proto)
Rather than come up with a fancy name i'll just stick with the brand name "proto" (which i guess is a fancy name in itself?)
In production right now is the Slim Proto v2 – however this is the full version and not a prototype so don't be fooled by the name.
This product will replace the CR3 Pro which has now been discontinued. This will be the last Slim RGH device we will make, we feel that it just can't get any better.
For performance and test reviews of the Slim proto v1 please go here: http://team-xecuter.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=249
RRP $29.99 / £17.99 / €21.99 – of course we are also offering wholesale discounts and most retailers will pass those on to end users.
We have started accepting pre-orders from retailers so we suggest you contact your preferred retailer and ask them to get their orders in asap
We have a brand new version of JungleFlasher for all you firmware fans JungleFlasher v0.1.96 (Beta 323) (Download is on XBINS) Changelog: We have a brand new version of JungleFlasher for all you firmware fans JungleFlasher v0.1.96 (Beta 323) (Download is on XBINS)
support for Xecuter additional LTU2 files for DG-16D4S support
added extraction for DG-16D4S serial info from original drive at KeyCR time for LTU2 and LTU1
A new version of DashLaunch has been released with some minor bug fixes.
– fix in update server for corona 16M consoles (thanks Danny Lane!)
– added exception logging to installer
– fix some minor bugs
– *known issue* some situations are causing a black screen when starting installer, it somehow seems to
be related to USB devices and/or signed in profiles. If you run into this issue, try the debug
version of installer – it's slower because it's logging to disk but apparently works fine. (thanks again Danny!)
– tweak xelllaunch, see it's readme for how it's changed
– all patch sets updated to support xebuild update server full use
– added xebuild update server and related options
– fixed a bug with signnotice on 13604 (and probably older)
– changed farenheit to fahrenheit everywhere it wasn't before
– added 16537
C4E has listened to the many requests from users who have DG-16D4S drives and have no fw dump leaving them dead in the water. Until now.
From the nfo:
C4E's iXtreme LTU2 (DG-16D4S) in association with Team Jungle & Team Xecuter
Official release of the iXtreme LTU2 for Team Xecuter LTU2 PCB (DG-16D4S)
As requested I have compiled the LTU2 firmware to now also work with Liteon DG-16D4S Drives
The Liteon LTU2 PCB will fit in both the D4S and D5S drive chassis of course.
– Support for all Liteon DG-16D4S 0225/0272/0401/1071
– No need for firmware dump of source drive. Requires dvdkey and J-Runner data
– Supports enhanced topology data if present for more accurate topology responses (Future ABGX support)
This firmware is uniquely written for the TX LTU2 board. Use the latest Jungle Flasher.
Thanks go to Team Xecuter & Team Jungle and all testers for their hard work and efforts in the development process.
Xbox One! Bring it on!
Thanks to everyone for the fun over the years! – C4E
SEPTEMBER 6TH 2013
PS: I read some post by a Brazilian guy who claimed that you will be banned with LTU2. I wonder if it's the same
Brazilian guy who threatened to release this bullshit information if he didn't get a good deal on LTU2 boards?
In a butshell, don't listen to these idiots.
Microsoft has announced that it will support the Xbox 360 for three more years before phasing it out in 2016.
Eurogamer reports that Xbox chief marketing and strategy officer Yusuf Mehdi explained at the Citi Global Technology Conference yesterday that the eight year-old console could expect to see over 100 new games before that time comes, however.
"You've seen us over the years constantly be focused on profitability and improving year over year," he said. "There are different points in the cycle of when you invest in new hardware.
If you look at 360 that platform lasted for seven to eight years and it's going to go for another three years. It's incredibly profitable now in the tail.
Some of these things take some time in the launch year in which you invest, and then they they play out over time."
Mehdi was adamant that the launch of the Xbox One wouldn't have a negative impact on the Xbox 360, insisting the two can and will co-exist happily until 2016 with over 100 new games coming to the older console.
"We're going to continue to invest in Xbox 360, and the two devices can work in concert," he said. "So it's not like the day we ship Xbox One your 360 won't work. We'll continue to support it."
If this comes to pass, it'll mean the Xbox 360 will have had an incredible 11 year life cycle, seeing as it launched in November 2005.
The Xbox One launches in 13 markets including North America on November 22. After leaving it in the limbo of a November release window for a few months, Microsoft pinned a concrete release date on its next-gen system, one that'll see it arrive on North American retail shelves behind the PlayStation 4, due on November 15. On the other hand, the PS4 hits Europe one week after the Xbox One on November 29.
To recap, the Xbox One's 13 launch markets are:
Meanwhile, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and Switzerland, all initially on the launch list, won't see the Xbox One arrive until 2014.
As for the price, the Xbox One lands at $500 in the US, €500 in Europe, and £430 in the UK. The console's Standard edition includes the system, new Kinect sensor, Chat headset, and controller, as well as necessities including an HDMI cable, power supply, and Quick Start guide. Day One editions are also available at the same price, swapping out the Standard controller for a unique Day One controller with chrome d-pad, while also bundling in a Day One achievement code along with special packaging. In Europe, all Day One pre-orders score a free copy of football sim FIFA 14.
So that's it: We have dates and prices for both Sony and Microsoft's next-gen consoles, meaning we can finally plan the rest of our lives accordingly. Phew!