QUOTE(xboxmods2977 @ Feb 29 2012, 11:32 PM)
I have no experience in using the config injection feature of iND. I have only always put the config file on the HD.
Thanks anyway. Nobody answered the question so I just researched a lot and did a lot of stalling since I didn't want to mess up my ability to reflash the chip if anything went wrong (I lost my X2.2 external programmer and emptied every dresser and desk drawer in my room, moved everything out from under my bed, and pulled everything out of my closet, still couldn't find it). I had been having a problem with FlashX where it would lock up half way while flashing. Still can't figure out what this was all about, unless maybe you must boot from Bank 1 to flash, because that's what I did to test it and everything worked fine.
I went in this order to create the bios: XBTool -> FlubberTextTool -> LogoX2
The only real things left to be desired are the wireframe blob which wasn't an option in FlubberTextTool, and the random camera angles for the blob, because for whatever reason the checkbox for that in FTT is greyed out. I seem to remember a thread where a member explained how to hex edit those features in, so I'll probably search for that soon.
I read that iND has a bug with IGR where you can very easily trigger the IGR (or shutdown) by only pushing 2 buttons simultaneously. It was addressed in a Beta version, but caused further problems relating to XBMC.
By using X2, I can't replace the "X" Logo like I wanted (at least not with the available tools), and to edit the "XBOX" text I would need to tinker with 3DS Max and Deep Exploration 3.5 (which seems to be a real chore). I'm cool with it though, because it's really close enough to what I was trying to achieve
I'll be making some touch ups and then I'll finally get to try Dragon.
Also, when navigating UIX a bit, I pretty much realized that UnleashX is kind of better. I don't like the item browsing in UIX, it's just weird launching games from the menu that was normally used for gamesave management in the M$ dash.
Also just bought the HD AV Pack for Xbox (I have high definition cables already, but not one with optical audio). Can't wait to revisit some Xbox games with surround sound goodness