I was able to JTAG my fat 360 because I literally stored it in a closet for ages, knowing that updating it is a bad idea (since I am into modding). I did the same thing with my launch PS3, and I turned out to be right in both instances
I did the JTAG on my 360 quite a while ago, following a guide from the NAND-X website I bought it from. After many hours, I finally got everything working. Then I had some issues with the 360 all of a sudden not booting, and I opened it back up to see what was up. One of the points ripped the trace off the motherboard somehow, and I have been upset with myself ever since.
I got lucky enough to just come across a 360 a friend gave to me for free because I did a huge favor for him. I said it was not necessary but he insisted. Anyway I'm glad I accepted because it was on dashboard "2.0.7371.0" which from the guide I'm looking at now, is the exact dashboard I am allowed to be up to!
Unfortunately however it seems as though the team-xecuter guide says differently. The system in question is a Jasper with "no internal memory" (it has the white DVD tray), meaning it has a 16M NAND. The team-xecuter guide says I can only be up to dashboard 6712 on this system. Is this true? I hope not
Anyway, I was wondering. Is doing a JTAG "better" than RGH? Is there any pro or con to either one when I possibly have the option of doing both?
Thanks so much guys and sorry for all the questions and long post
Edited by DaddyLongLegs, 17 August 2012 - 03:38 PM.