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#1 talos_

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Posted 07 February 2004 - 12:39 PM

Hello everybody! *Dr.Nick pronounciation* smile.gif

I thought it would be nice to see what kind of tools/utils/dash everyone is using on their xbox:es. Maybe this thread will actually help to once and for all find the ultimate tools. To make things a bit more structured I have divided them into groups. I'll go first and I hope others will follow.

Dashboard
Evox

FTP Client
Xbox FTP Client (This kinda suck but I haven't found a better one) sad.gif

File manager
XCommander

Media Player (Music, Movies etc)
XBMP

DVD Player


Emulators
NES: fce (nothing beats this NES emulator)
SNES: xsnes
Amiga: UAE

Eeprom tools
EEPromer

Misc
HDDLoader (Can't live without it) smile.gif

#2 scribla

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Posted 07 February 2004 - 12:51 PM

Dash
X-select v0.6

dashes (selectable using the above)
unleashx
avalaunch
mxm
evox
msdash

ftp client
avalaunch

file manager
built into unleashx

media player
xbmp
xbmc

dvd
dvdx v2 dongle free

emus
All of them

Check out x-select v0.6 - thats is one handy little app!
I can't imagine why anyone would us px-hddloader, why do you use it?




#3 talos_

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Posted 07 February 2004 - 05:10 PM

QUOTE (scribla @ Feb 7 2004, 02:51 PM)
Check out x-select v0.6 - thats is one handy little app!
I can't imagine why anyone would us px-hddloader, why do you use it?

It's handy when you want to put your xbox games on your HDD...

#4 BigMitch

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Posted 07 February 2004 - 06:56 PM

Dash
Avalaunch

ftp client/server
Avalaunch

file manager
Avalaunch

media player
Avalaunch
XBMP

FTP
Avalaunch

IRC
Avalaunch

DVD
MS

Emulators
Xboy
N64

Game Loading
HDDLoader

Misc.
Complex tools
Avalaunch (I like Avalaunch by the way) laugh.gif


#5 EvilWays

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Posted 07 February 2004 - 09:49 PM

Dash
Dash Selector 0.6
Selectable Dashes
- EvoX (Default)
- Avalaunch
- neXgen (old skool)
- MXM

File Manager
boXplorer

Media Player
XMP
DVDx2

Emus
Not sure, but most are outdated

Misc
ConfigMagic
XWatch
XboxCopy


#6 dharrison

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Posted 12 February 2004 - 12:46 AM

Dashboard
Avalaunch (Used to be EvoX, but EvoX has nothing on Avalaunch tongue.gif)

FTP Client
It's not on my XBOX, but...
FlashFXP
WS_FTP Pro

Filemanager
Avalaunch

Media Player
Xbox Media Player

Emulators
FCE
Surreal64

Misc
PxHDD Loader
Windows CE.net
Halo Cache Editor v5

... more to come later.

#7 FamilyGuyAddict

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Posted 13 February 2004 - 05:07 AM

i'm sorry i had trouble finding this so...while you guys are recommending apps, who can tell me which one is capable of copying data (avi's) from a regular, burned cd-r? i swapped the original dvd drive for a modified samsung, so it can read it, but xbmp just freezes when i try to play from the disc and boXplorer doesn't even see the disc, so i guess i need to use another app to copy it....please help

i haven't tried xCommander or px-hdd loader or anything yet...

#8 mc_365

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Posted 16 February 2004 - 11:09 PM

to the above. Boxexplore on can see gdf / xiso formated file systems.

DVD2XBOX
XCOPY
XCOMMANDER
should work from what I remember.

I havent used them cause I FTP or Burn to DVD and CDRW

#9 flattspott

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Posted 17 February 2004 - 01:02 AM

MXM




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