First, to clarify, has there been any appearances of a modified version of the SD NAND Mod that would allow for a SD card to act as the second NAND of the Trinity [Slim] Motherboard?
If so, that would make testing easier as I could just write a program that treats the SD card as a NAND and writes to it as such from my computer.
Next, though I do plan to dissect the modified CB (to understand the modifications) and CD (To understand the boot structure for loading Xell and anything else) I think I'll work on my multi-Homebrew Launcher for Xell instead, as it'll be less difficult to debug without having the RGH installed yet.
After some more research, I discovered that first of all, it's the XD cards used for the dual NAND mod. After that, it seems that even though people are testing it out and trying to figure out all the right points on the Trinity, it hasn't been confirmed yet as working. There's also no word on whether the Cygnos can be adapted or not, though that's also being tested currently. When it's been confirmed as working, I'll update this with links. And either point to a good tutorial or condense the information and make one myself.
For those interested, here are the current threads:
http://forums.xbox-s...howtopic=735452 - Cygnos Adaption + Some details of XD & PDF
http://www.xboxhacke...p?topic=16997.0 - Some XD Information
Though, I'm more wondering on a programming side here, but will LibXenon let me run hooks on other programs and launch other LibXenon-Based applications through my application?
As far as hooks are concerned, I mean memory hooks, like those seen with the Action Replay for the Nintendo Gamecube that make certain combinations of button presses activate additional commands in a given program or game that weren't there originally.
The thought behind this is that I can just add a hook into the launching process of the Homebrew in order to enable a certain set of button presses to kill the current Homebrew and load my launcher back up in order to switch between the Homebrew without resetting the Xbox 360.
Thanks for your responses!
Edited by Gadorach, 23 September 2011 - 09:24 AM.