RGH Noob friendly tutorial

smalltylynch

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Noob friendly tutorial using J-runner

This PDF found here

Hardware requirements found here

Software requirements

1. Jrunner

Xbox requirements
1. A xbox Phat of any motherboard type or a Slim trinity

2. A console at or bellow 2.0.14699.0 kernel

Step 1
Dumping the Nand

Before doing anything make sure your xbox is updated to the 2.0.14699.0 dashboard

install your Nand-x using the diagrams shown

PHAT


SLIM



Once you have installed your nand-x plug your console into you power supply but do not turn the console on then plug the nand-x cable you soldered to the mother board into the nand-x and the usb cable into the computer then open up Jrunner.
once open click this box



After clicking this box a window will pop up with a list of different console types. Select what type of motherboard your console has after doing so click the read Nand box shown here

Jrunner will then proceed to dump your nand twice and then compare the nands to make sure they match if they do continue on. if the nands dont match check your soldering and try again if you cant get your nands to match after MULTIPLE times of trying then ask for help in the support forums

1.1 For Phats only checking the CB

to do this on the right had side of the Jrunner app you will see a bunch of box's with writing in look at the box labeled "2BL[CB]" shown here


if your CB version dose not match the ones listed than do not continue

Falcon and Opus 5771

Zephyr 4578 or 4579

Jasper 6750 or 6751

if your CB is correct than continue if not the you console is not exploitable at this stage and you will have to wait till RGH 2.0!


2. Programing your Xecuter coolrunner

to do this plug the coolrunner into the nand x like so

then click the Flash Coolrunner box shown here


it will then program your coolrunner

once finished unplug your coolrunner

Step 3 installing your Coolrunner

To do so follow one of these diagrams depending on your mother board type








Step 4 creating and writingn your .ECC (xell)
to do this simply click the Create ECC box shown here


it will then create your .ecc file

once done with you nand-x hooked you press the write ECC box shown here


it will then write the .ecc file you created to your console

Step 5 Getting you cpu key

unplug you nand-x from the console and plug you xbox into the tv and turn it on make sure you have a camera handy to take a photo of you cpu key at this
point



open notepad and type out fuse set 3 and then add fuse set 5 to the end of it and open a notepad and type it in then save it as cpukey.txt
(Example: if my fuse set 3 is 012356789ABCDEF and my fuse set 5 is ABCDEF012356789 than my cpu key would be 012356789ABCDEFABCDEF012356789)

step 6 Building and writing you ggbuild image

to do this put your cpu key in the cpu key box shown here


click dash version box shown here


a tab will appear with a list of dash versions i suggest picking 14719 as it is the newest then click create image Jrunner will then make your image when has finished click the write image box i will then write ggbuild once it has finished unplug your nand-x from the console then remove the power cable for 30 sec or more then plug back in and boot

Step 7

Have fun with your new RGH xbox 360


Thanks to ubergeek and xecuter for some of the pictures i used in this tutorial

If you used this tutorial please hit the thanks button
 
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Mickey3177

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Thanks, looks good, The only thing I've done different is just copy the nandflash.bin and xenon.elf files to a USB drive and boot to xell, xell flashes it from there. That works the same right? no need select the meg size, I think that is done in the first menu of 360 multi build.
 

smalltylynch

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Thanks, looks good, The only thing I've done different is just copy the nandflash.bin and xenon.elf files to a USB drive and boot to xell, xell flashes it from there. That works the same right? no need select the meg size, I think that is done in the first menu of 360 multi build.
yep im just used to this way
 

ideloera

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Excellent tutorial.

Dont forget to mention that if you have a 256MB or 512MB Jasper you dont have to dump the entire nand (just 64MB), otherwise it will take ages to get two matching nands.
 

Papa_Smurfster

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Thanks for the tutorial, Its much appreciated.

Just 1 question, when you describe what to add to the cpukey.txt file, you say add fuse 3 then fuse 5. Do I need to put a line feed in so that both sets are on different lines?

e.g.

Fuse Set 3
Fuse Set 5

Cheers
 

Akilles

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Thanks for the tutorial, Its much appreciated.

Just 1 question, when you describe what to add to the cpukey.txt file, you say add fuse 3 then fuse 5. Do I need to put a line feed in so that both sets are on different lines?

e.g.

Fuse Set 3
Fuse Set 5

Cheers
No, just copy both lines together it should look something like this

Af437be43868ba4376de43a34d
 

DylanM3

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Hi guys, I´m waiting my nand-x, coolrunner, etc for my slim. One simple question, is it imperative to be in dash 13604? I´m now in 13599.

Thanks
 

DylanM3

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Sep 6, 2011
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nope - when you create/flash the freeboot you can select the dash
Thanks Diaboliq, so if I start with original 13599 the ggbuild will be 13604 without any problem, isn´t it?

Just for curiosity, if I would flash my original 13599 nand would be any problem of efuses or something like that? I think that ggbuild don´t make anything on the efuses but I´m not sure at all. It´s just curiosity.