QUOTE(modslave @ Nov 9 2009, 09:00 PM)
I am WELL happy to see this release and excited that hopefully the 256 and 512 might get released someday too (as mine is 256).
Just a pity that the bann thread is nearly 50 pages and this thread you can count on one hand
I bet everyone wish thay had a moddable console now instead of a banned one (I now have both
) - Dam you MS
They're up on xbins, now.
QUOTE(infidelity @ Nov 10 2009, 03:40 PM)
I'm starting to get really confused on what type of Jasper I have.
I bought a brand new arcade 360 from walmart, (no HDD, just a controler, and some game I can't remember off the top of my head) 2 days after the first reports of the jtag hack to enable homebrew back in August.
First off, I know for a fact that my 360 is a Jasper. I know this from doing the power voltage check near the barcode on the back of the 360. My numbers matched what was described as to having a Jasper.
Now, as for telling if I have 16mb, 256mb, or 512mb, I have no clue.
And here's another confusing part. I read online that the Jasper has an internal MU (memory unit). I read that you have to goto Settings, and Memory, and it should show up. So, with no HDD, and no external memory card inserted, I went into Settings, and Memory, and nothing was there. There was no icon of the 360 machine, with any description or anyhting. The screen was just blank......
So, do I have a 16mb, 256mb, or 512mb??
Thanks for the help.
p.s. my dashboard is 2.0.7357
You have a 16MB Jasper.
QUOTE(Poopchute @ Nov 10 2009, 06:43 PM)
Someone correct me if Im wrong but...cant a person do this JTAG hack while they have a 7371 or lower kernel...Then Upgrade to a 8xxx kernel and then be able to play wave 4 games? Its just if you upgrade before the hack then youre screwed...
WRONG! Updating to the 8x dash will also change the bootloader code to one that doesn't have a vulnerability (at least, that we know of).This post has been edited by HotKnife420: Nov 10 2009, 07:46 PM