First dashboard exploit that is Live 2.0
I found out how to use the dvd drive with the "Easter-egg" exploit
Using the ST.DB track below
Copy this ST.DB like always to your /E/TDATA/fffe0000/music/ directory
Once you obtain my Double-dash package from "the usual places", there is only a small change you need to make while following my readme after upgrading your dashboard to the latest available.
Leave your /C/xodash/xonlinedash.xbe alone, do not rename or replace it. Instead go into your Xbox's /C/xboxdashdata.185ead00/ directory and rename your settings_adoc.xip to settings_adoc.bak, and transfer over the xonlinedash.xbe from the xodash directory in my package on your computer to the /C/xboxdashdata.185ead00/ directory on your Xbox and rename that to settings_adoc.xip
I currently have this installed on the latest Xbox Live dashboard: "5960" and it works flawlessly.
NOTE: On a Halo SE Xbox with kernel 5101
Power up your Xbox & have the dvd drive open, then go to / perform the following:
2. Soundtrack (below AUDIO CD)
5. NEW SOUNDTRACK
6. Erase "Soundtrack 1" and type out: <<Eggsßox>>
NOTE: from PedrosPad
(Originally his idea)
Make sure you include the (less than, less than) symbols before and the (greater than, greater than) after. Also note the 'beta' character that is used for the B can be found under 'Accents'
After PBL starts loading, you may close the tray.
Edit #1: It will load the exploit, and corruption should not occur with this track. A bad keypress should not matter (possibly creating more of the same tracks if done wrong).
Edit #2: Replaced current ST.DB with rmenhal's. This didnt cause an extra track to be written when performing the exploit incorrectly
-devz3rohttp://sh0x.tk/ This post has been edited by devz3ro: Jul 3 2004, 10:12 PM