While I am glad that my website was able to bring some people together to work on something , I don't like this outcome nor the fact that my name is on this without anyone discussing anything with me about releasing .... This method is not needed as Xebuild is already posted on Xbins and handles all of the things mentioned in the guide that was posted, and the things the SDTOOLS app does as well. Except the reading and writing of the NAND of course ...
I had nothing to do with this information being posted , the information was shared in a private forum and should have never made it into an app for reading and writing the NAND. Not when Xebuild can handle all of this much better and in a more uniform way.
Thank You to the Xebuild Team for releasing an unfinished product , all reports so far are that it works fine on 4gb Coronas ...
xebuild -t glitch2 -o patchsmc -c corona4g -d DataFolder -f 15574 -b 1BL_Key -p CPU_Key OutputImage.bin
You can also set the patchsmc option in the option.ini file , and also this version will automatically set the nofcrt patch for this image type.
DataFolder should include your nand named nanddump.bin , all security files will be extracted as needed.
15574 in this example would be the folder containing the su file which Xebuild uses to extract the new data for your nand image.
If this had been a proper release I'm sure Swizzy and others would have updates to their GUI apps also , for now just use the command line to build your Corona 4gb images.
This post has been edited by juggahax0r: Sep 8 2012, 03:53 AM