Great research, this will definitely save many XBoxes
. I love my 1.0.
EDIT: However, as this is a great method, I do remember reading an older manual from SmartXX that seemed to draw current and ground it while simultaneously completing the same result. It seems that have the current withdrawal featured in this new device that you can order from them for the bottom side of the 1.6 motherboard.
See it here: http://smartxx.com/manuals/manuals_pinheader_16_v2.php
SmartXX developers truely are geniuses. As you can see, this device interacts with the LPC, which means the data and current from the board are flowing through the LFRAME quicksodler device as well as the smartxx chip. It also seems that the device utilizes one extra point on the LPC, the name of which is not specified. However, I'm sure you have already, but be sure to contact Team SmartXX and see what they think on your experiment. They seem to be the more intelligent of the modchip developing teams. I ahve a SmartXX, and it's easy to tell they worked hard and made a truely amazing piece of hardware and an astounding package of software.
Anyway, keep going with this.
EDIT: Nevermind what I said about the extra LPC point utilization. I rechecked the image and it's obvious to tell that there is no lead on the PCB. I just have to wonder what that point does. It's a possibility that it makes it easier for Live to get data from the PCB. This post has been edited by Exige_: Nov 18 2004, 07:24 PM