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My Friend Lost His Nand Dump...

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#1 madferit


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Posted 20 September 2012 - 10:35 PM

So my friend decided he was able to glitch his trinity and messed up on one of the easiest parts (backing up the nand).

- So he dumped the nand (once)
- Didn't duplicate it or anything.
- Created ecc
- Flashed ecc
- It didn't boot xell, so the bloke decided to re-dump the nand, that's right, with the same command, overwriting the only dump he had made...

It showed a blinking green led, but stays like that indefinitely. It's a rev. c coolrunner. This leads to the idea that the soldering job is well done, but i re-did it anyway and same result. If it was a bad soldering job it'd be possible to boot xell and glitch it, even without the original nand dump.

But i'm guessing that the ecc flashing got messed up, and the blinking green led also makes me believe there's a good soldering job.

so having a original dump (minus the first 50 blocks, this is where ecc overwrites in the nand, right?), is it possible to rebuild it into a retail dump? That's my main goal, get it booting retail dash. And then trying to glitch it.

Please help me help my friend, i sure learnt his lesson sad.gif


#2 relaxxx


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Posted 21 September 2012 - 12:19 AM

I would hope to hell the generated ecc file is actually good and just didn't write to NAND properly. Make sure it wrote properly from the ecc data, retry writing. Without the CPU keys I don't think there's any way to rebuild any kind of NAND file. If it was a fat 360 it could use donor ecc's but I don't think trinity's can.

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 04:15 AM


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