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#1 garyopa

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Posted 15 September 2013 - 06:47 PM

A new version of JungleFlasher has been released

More Support for Xecuter LTU2 Hardware

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Changes:
  • Support for Xecuter additional LTU2 files for DG-16D4S support
  • Added extraction for DG-16D4S serial info from original drive at KeyCR time for LTU2 and LTU1

DOWNLOAD: http://www.mediafire...6.Beta(323).rar

OFFICIAL SITE: JungleFlasher

NEWS SOURCE: JungleFlasher v0.1.96 (Beta 323) Released (via) 360Crunch

Our thanks to 'steveo1978' for this news item!

#2 tomgreen99200

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Posted 23 September 2013 - 09:37 PM

Good to see some news on here. Actually tried this out recently and it worked just fine (flashed phat liteon).

#3 garageinc

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 07:55 AM

this fw works great in any slim drive (not shitatchi obviously) with a phat liteon pcb in it. online works and updates smile.gif how safe it is, is anyones guess but no doubt pcb makers will cry "will get you banned" when it gets out but tough. it works so people dont need your pcb lol. if you want to you can even lock the phat pcb once your firmware is on it though at the moment it wont unlock again but should be possible. i'm working on that with a friend smile.gif
proof it works is out there if you want to google it yourself.



#4 PhyChris

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Posted 30 October 2013 - 08:24 PM

@garageinc

WOW! really, would you mind posting a link or two. I can't seem to find anything on using a FAT pcb in a slim. thanks in advance.




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