HELP needed - replacing a PCB board with an unlocked one on a DG 16D4S drive


Junior Member
Dec 19, 2016
Hey guys. I need your help please. I am stuck in replacing a PCB board on a DG 16D4S and putting an LT 3.0. I am stuck at writing the firmware - Writing Bank 0....I posted a log for you to see , perhaps I am doing something wrong. I also have another drive and have already tryied the same , still the same problem.Any help or reply will be apreciated

Thank you in advance!

JungleFlasher 0.1.96 Beta (323)
Session Started Thu Nov 02 10:28:43 2017

This is a Wow 64 process running on 2 x 64 bit CPUs
X360USB PRO detected, Version 0.20

Found 1 I/O Ports.
Found 2 Com Ports.
Found 5 windows drives C: D: E: G: H:
Found 1 CD/DVD drives G:

Loading firmware file C:\Users\Cosmina\Desktop\Xbox360 Dvd Firmware\Dvd ultim\Dummy.bin
MD5 hash: 93c492e4fc556b9c860e65eae7ef034b
Inquiry string found
Identify string found
Drive key @ 0xA030 EA9449AA37273D6729BA6BE36DFB572A
Firmware Osig: [PLDS DG-16D4S 0225]
Firmware is: SlimKey Extract
Loading firmware file C:\Users\Cosmina\Desktop\Xbox360 Dvd Firmware\Latest_iXtreme_and_Stock_Firmware_Pack\Firmware\LTPlus-0272-v3.0.bin
MD5 hash: 76b991307ddd5b2af581d0608e671b36
Genuine LT plus v3.0
Firmware Osig: [PLDS DG-16D4S 0272]
Firmware is: LT-Plus 3.0
Spoofing Target
DVD Key copied to target
Key Sector copied from Source to Target
Target is LT - ID strings not copied to Target

Sending Vendor Intro to port 0x0000

Serial flash found with Status 0x72

Sending Device ID request to port 0x0000
Spi Status: 0x8C
Manufacturer ID: 0xEF
Device ID: 0x11
Flash Name: Winbond/NEX(W25P20/NX25P20)
Flash Size: 262144 bytes

Sending Spi UnLock request to Port 0x0000

Spi Status: 0x00

Getting Status from port 0x0000
SPi flash found with Status 0x72

Sending Chip Erase to Port 0x0000
Writing target buffer to flash
Writing Bank 0: .

Joo C

VIP Member
Dec 2, 2011
South Africa
I would start by trying it on another pc. From time to time I have the same issue where JF would freeze writing to the banks with a specific pc


Junior Member
Dec 19, 2016
Ok thank you. I have a Mac also and would try it there to see if it works. I will come back with an Update.