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#1 TingedAce

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Posted 08 June 2010 - 11:50 PM

This app started off as an uncrippling tool but it's now morphed into a general purpose NAND dumping tool that should really aid the first part of the JTAG'ing process.

New in XNand Healer v0.4:

- Big Block analysis and fixing now supported
- Now have the choice to fix NAND either from actual NAND or a virtual nand (image file)
- Added "CB" readout and exploitable indicator
- Added partial NAND analysis - can analyze images even if they don't start at block 0
- Added Absolute and Relative addressing in the Hex Viewer (to accompany partial NAND analysis)

I'd like to add ability to read only the first 'n' MBytes - I'll hopefully get round to that very soon.

You can download v0.4 here.


#2 dogged

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 09:55 AM

So, in fact - this tool can`t remap bad blocks?
If i have dump with one bad block and i have build freeboot image from this nand i should remap it again.

Here you can see what i mean:
IPB Image
It is original dump.

But when i building new freeboot image it losts info aboud remapped blocks.

Edited by dogged, 09 June 2010 - 09:58 AM.


#3 TingedAce

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 10:39 AM

No it can't currently remap blocks in another NAND to match the bad block remapping of the original.
It really just points out if there are bad blocks and then you need to use another tool to do the remapping.

However, it should be very easy for me to include a built in remapper. I think I may look into it.

#4 Piratesmustperish

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 02:38 PM

Thanks a bunch for the update! I really like the feature of being able to read from a nand file instead of actual nand.

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 06:42 PM

QUOTE(Piratesmustperish @ Jun 9 2010, 03:38 PM) View Post

Thanks a bunch for the update! I really like the feature of being able to read from a nand file instead of actual nand.


Yeah me too so thanks for the app / GUI!

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Posted 14 June 2010 - 10:53 AM

Hi, I am having problems with this? My problem is that, when i hit read selected ut says 'C:\Documents' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

When the file path is displayed at the bottom of XNand Healer, it is the same as what i would type if I was using NandPro on its own. Any ideas? Thanks

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Posted 14 June 2010 - 06:20 PM

Can you confirm your location of nandpro, your working directory and that you've configured the settings to point to the correct location of nandpro?

#8 Kiewee123

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 07:38 PM

findsecdata v0.61 2009-12-01 by boby2pc
Controller version 1
Last filetable change: 0x3F
ECC change: 0x3F Filetbl: 0x016A Secdata: 0x0390 Timestamp: 33766001 2005-11-22
ECC change: 0x3C Filetbl: 0x0396 Secdata: 0x0390 Timestamp: 33766001 2005-11-22
ECC change: 0x37 Filetbl: 0x038F Secdata: 0x0188 Timestamp: 3B67BA52 2009-11-07
ECC change: 0x33 Filetbl: 0x0187 Secdata: 0x03A1 Timestamp: 3B5D6420 2009-10-29

Checking secdata:
03A1 containts not 0 values above offset 1024

Searching for recommended

Extracting secdata:
secdata0390.bin
secdata0390.bin
secdata0188.bin

Extracting filetables:
filetable016A.bin
filetable0396.bin
filetable038F.bin

Creating patched secdata:
Patchedsecdata0390.bin
Patchedsecdata0390.bin
Patchedsecdata0188.bin

Creating patched filetables:
Patchedfiletable016ABy016A.bin
Patchedfiletable016ABy0396.bin

Use:

Old secdata.bin not found. Console might be not banned, already patched or secdata.bin overwritten.

Press ENTER


I am being told this when trying to uncripple, perhaps you can help? I notice that 2005 date - it should be 2010, I think I've had the date set wrong for a long, long time. I was banned in around october, before COD MW2 came out.

Thanks in advance for any help,
Kieron




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