QUOTE(dblock3nine @ Apr 2 2012, 06:17 PM)
Didn't work, I trimmed the wire by about 11cm and still won't glitch.
Did you try with slim switch on after the trimming?
I really don't know what much to say, in situations like this it's just like asking a doctor for a prescription by phone... he can't do it cause he needs to diagnose physicly.
I recomend you take that machine to an experienced modder.
Edit: I was observing your video on youtube but I couldn't figure out if at the end if it stopped debuging (green led blinking), if that's the case, it means it made a sucessful boot to homebrew but your issue might be nand content related. Does Xell even boot up?
Also, as one day happened to me... check the capacitors right underneath the TX-CR, make sure they aren't blown or ripped off, this happend to me once and i never noticed, but normally would make the chimming noise on the fans.
Have you tried booting the console with retail nand flashed and glitch chip removed? Without Glitch chip at least?This post has been edited by krizalid: Apr 3 2012, 08:39 AM