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#1 steveo1978

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Posted 13 January 2012 - 05:38 AM

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WHOOOOO! - Looks like the Rebug Team is cooking up something super-special that is Xbox 360 related and its not 'just' another RGH product!

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Team REBUG is world-famous for producing a number of unique custom firmwares for the Jailbreak PS3 users, and now they have given out some teaser pictures of a new hardware product called 'XAIO' which is related to the 'RGH' hack of the Microsoft Xbox 360 Consoles, but looking at the posted 'feature list' it is much more then 'just' that as you can see from the list below as supplied from the 'Rebug Team':

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We posted some 'exclusive' teaser information regarding Team REBUG new product for the Microsoft Xbox 360 owners, but due to some unwanted 'hacking' attempts, we have now updated this post with more information regarding this amazing new product from the brains of the 'Team REBUG' developers!

• JTAG programming of onboard Xilinx via USB (No external programmer needed)
• SPI Progamming of Xbox360 NAND via USB (No external programmer needed)
• Fast swap between SPI and JTAG modes with a press of a button
• Firmware upgradable for future XAIO 360 updates (No external programmer needed)
• External Oscillator (Wiring to HANA is no longer required)
• 100% Compatible with NAND Pro v2.0 (3.0 is NOT supported!)
• Compatible with all Xbox360 models (Except Xenon and Corona boards)
• Booting of unsigned code on Xbox360
• Compatible with all Xbox360 kernel versions
• Very stable glitch times for both PHAT and SLIM (Usually within 3-30sec)
• Easy 7 wire SPI installation for both PHAT and SLIM
• Easy 5 wire RGH installation for PHAT, 6 wires for SLIM
• Full 11 wire SPI/RGH installation for PHAT, 12 wires for SLIM (Only 1 GND point is needed so 1 less wire!)
• Works as 6 wire JTAG-interface using UrJTAG* software (4 signals + power (TDI, TMS, TCK, TDO, VCC, GND))
*** Required patched version of UrJTAG will be downloadable from our website.
• Compact size of 47mm x 32mm (1.84" x 1.28")
We will inform everyone here with more news once it is Officially Available from the team, in the meantime attached is some recent pictures of their product!

OFFICIAL SITE: http://www.XAIO360.com

More Information will be online at the 'official site' within the week! -- Stay Tuned!



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This is a direct copy of GaryOPAs post and I take no credit what so ever for writing it.

Due to some bogus infor and some stolen pics Team Rebug decided to release this info. A Dev from Team Rebug confirmed this info so let this kill all those false rumors going around.

Just an update: They forgot to add that at the moment this does not work on a PHAT console with CB 6752

Edited by steveo1978, 13 January 2012 - 07:29 AM.


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Posted 13 January 2012 - 01:57 PM

that sure does look like the design pictures that was posted sleeping.gif

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Posted 13 January 2012 - 02:07 PM

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External Oscillator (Wiring to HANA is no longer required)

I was right in previous topic, it is a QSMD quartz osc.

but, here is quote from GliGli's readme to RGH
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Our first idea was to remove the 27Mhz master 360 crystal and generate our own clock instead but it was a difficult modification and it didn't yield good results.


wonder where this osc will connect and how it will change things, still cant believe that they did something new.

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Posted 17 January 2012 - 04:51 PM

Sounds great, but I don't understand why it wouldn't work for Xenon/Corona if the HANA chip is not required.

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Posted 17 January 2012 - 11:11 PM

Very cool news, looks like a great idea.

QUOTE(rodeojones @ Jan 17 2012, 09:51 AM) View Post

Sounds great, but I don't understand why it wouldn't work for Xenon/Corona if the HANA chip is not required.


I think eventually it might help xenon and corona boards, maybe the timing files just aren't there.

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Posted 18 January 2012 - 08:10 PM

QUOTE(iwanttheagrocrag @ Jan 17 2012, 11:11 PM) View Post

Very cool news, looks like a great idea.
I think eventually it might help xenon and corona boards, maybe the timing files just aren't there.

xenon will not glitch, xenons cpu uses slightly different clock source. it was tested and it just hangs up everytime. theres nothing to do with it. forget about it.

big problem with coronas is not a glitcher, it is new NANDs and eMMC storages.

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Posted 18 January 2012 - 08:12 PM

QUOTE(rz2k @ Jan 18 2012, 11:10 AM) View Post

xenon will not glitch, xenons cpu uses slightly different clock source. it was tested and it just hangs up everytime. theres nothing to do with it. forget about it.

big problem with coronas is not a glitcher, it is new NANDs and eMMC storages.


there are two different corona flash chips, the standard hynx and the new emmc.

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Posted 19 January 2012 - 09:39 PM

QUOTE(rz2k @ Jan 18 2012, 08:10 PM) View Post

xenon will not glitch, xenons cpu uses slightly different clock source. it was tested and it just hangs up everytime. theres nothing to do with it. forget about it.

http://www.xboxhacke...33083#msg133083

So is missing only the timing biggrin.gif

Edited by luke69, 19 January 2012 - 09:42 PM.





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