getale: does this tutorial work with Flacon Phat xbox 360?
BoSS Dude: name all things u need please
Windows XP: This tutorial work for Trinity motherboard?
Windows XP: can i get a list of materials
Leo Altes: Can someone give me a list of materials?
The Lemon King: Why do we have to remove the resistors?
Logan: were do you get that glue from?
sway yolo: okay im a complete noob. So if i install this chip i will be able to run things like mods and the xex menu? Also can i go online with this?
Keto: Your nails
Tyler Strosnider: what type of computer do i need
gavin2678: Do I need to remove anything from the cr3 lite have you done a tut for that as I wanna rip nands and CPU keys from dead consoles before I bin them, then rgh and duel nand my trinity
Keil423: Actually you can now RGH on all dashboards!
Robert: Yes you can RGH 15574 only if the CPU has been backed up
Jackz modz: Is that chip the rgh?
Keil423: You should use RJtag for it. I dont have a tut up for that yet.
Ayako: Hey would this be possiable to rgh (Jasper 16203 kernel) please help me asap
Kog 'Maw: By did it i mean the bridging 1-2 and leaving JP open.
Do you have a link for the RJtag. Didn't get anything on google.
Kog 'Maw: Did it. [started attempting to glitch]
Redid my soldering had a mess of rgh and rgh2. set it all to rgh2. [stopped attempting to glitch]
noticed the nand i flashed was under 14719 so reflashed with above 14719 [still won't try to glitch]
Red light comes on but Green won't. I think i messed up the solder point on the xbox for rgh A (by the xclamp). gonna try to put a drop of solder in there in the morning.
Btw the xbox turns on, the dvd drive tries to read and the fans spin.
Kog 'Maw: did as you said. it's trying to glitch now. tried different timing files. also noticed the cats had nom'd on F and E so i soldered those back (might be the reason it wasn't glitching right in the first place. btw i'm using the new qsb for the cool runner.
Keil423: Try bridging 1-2 and leave JP open. My biggest suggestion would be to try the new RJtag hack for phats. It requires some different parts but is said to be yielding awesome boot times