QUOTE(cryostage22 @ Mar 10 2010, 06:24 AM)
k so i bridged the U6t1 like in other posts, i soldered all my jtag points, then my son by mistake after i told him not to touch my $#!t, played a game which updated my kernnel
from 2.0.7363.0 to 8955 i was so pissed and i thought that by joining both points that my efuse and kernel would not upgrade, can someone please tell me if i am screwed
to jtag my unit, the update happen via disk when he went to play 2k10
Will you please post a picture of your work? The actual bridging you did?
I see your binned post on xboxhacker, can you just post a picture so we can all see if you actually correctly bridged the right points?
If you did, and what others have said related to bridging working just like removing the resistor is correct 8955 should NEVER have been able to updated. Well the NAND could be updated with 8955 technically, but the efuse would not have been able to be burned which 8955 checks on boot, and since your 8955 boots successfully then it was burned.
Please post the pictures of your work.
Every Jasper that I have modified will boot fine with JTAG in place with original dash.