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X-BOND template, cheap solution for DG-16D4S Kamikaze hack

Posted on January 20, 2012

From XBOX360TOOL:
Normally we don't post this kind of news, but now with LT+3.0 released many people will needing to unlock their Winbond DG-16D4S, we all need a cheap and easy solution to do this. With a suggested retailprice of 12.99 USD we think this is noteworthy.
The X-BOND is a template which makes it much easier to do the difficult Kamikaze Hack. As known, in order to flash a Xbox 360 Slim Lite-On DG-16D4s drive equipped with the WinBond Chipset u have to unlock the drive by drilling a hole in a specific area of the IC. The template can be clicked onto place to mark and drill 100% accurate, so no more failures accidentally killing the drive and no more counting pins.
The unlock can be done WITHIN 2 MINUTES (see video).

We have made the kit as complete as possible including all the tools u need:
- X-BOND TEMPLATE (for marking/drilling the hole on the IC)
- DRILL BIT HANDLE
- 1mm DRILL BIT
- 100 Ohm RESISTOR
Credits for making this UNLOCK possible go to GEREMIA and MAXIMUS !!!
The original post and way of unlocking the WinBond IC can be found here

Official Site: http://www.xbox360tool.com
U can find more info: here

Tags: xbox360tool, x-tool, xbox, cfw, xtool, 360, xbond, x-bond, kamikaze, unlock, DG-16D4s, DG16D4s, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

JungleFlasher v0.1.92 (304) released

Posted on January 15, 2012

From Jungleflasher:
As always with a new C4E iXtreme release (LT+ v3.0 SLIM Lite-On), Team Jungle comes with a new version of JungleFlasher to add full support for the new firmwares.

What's new/fixed:
* Support for LT Plus 3.0
-Lite-on Slim 0272, 0225, 0401, 1071

Official Site: http://www.jungleflasher.net
Download: here

Tags: v0.1.91, jungleflasher, xbox, cfw, update, 360, c4eva, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

C4E's iXtreme LTplus v3.0 for SLIM Lite-On Out Now

Posted on January 15, 2012

From C4evaspeaks:
C4E released the iXtreme LT+ v3.0 CFW for the SLIM 0272/0225/0401/1071 Lite-On (Philips-LiteOn DG-16D4S) drives:
C4E's iXtreme LT+ in association with Team Jungle & TX
Official release of the iXtreme LT+ v3.0 for 0272/0225/0401/1071 slim Liteons
- Support for topology data on AP25 enabled titles. Will correctly answer any ap25 challenge eliminating need for dae.bin to create a backup.
- No need to make new backups everytime dae.bin is updated on console
- Extra support for rare firmwares

Topology Data
When ap25 was first introduced I devised a way of calculating any challenge which I called the silver bullet which I made reference to along time ago.
This was withheld until it was absolutely necessary. It was easier to replay the fixed challenges.
With unique per console ap25 challenges it has become necessary to use the silver bullet.
A series of measurements are taken across the disk. This topology data is then used to calculate a response to any ap25 challenge.
It is very important that the drive used to create the topology data is reliable at reading discs as bad topology data equals bad ap25 responses.
Liteon drives using 0800 v3 seem to be more accurate for this purpose. Only ap25 enabled titles require topology data. Activation of ap25 on older non-ap25 games although technically possible is highly unlikely.
Currently topology data for xgd3 titles are similar and topology data from one xgd3 title will pass on another xgd3 title although this is not advisable.
Per title title topology data is best as there are slight differences between titles and newer titles could have different topology than existing ones.

One liteon to go and four Hitachi's. Have a great year everyone.
Thanks go to Team Jungle and all testers for their hard work and efforts in the development process.
Thanks also go to TX for their support to this project.

Download: here

Tags: slim, xbox 360, xbox, dash, update, 2.0.14699.0, 14699, 360, c4eva, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

ABGX360 v1.0.6 has been released.

Posted on January 03, 2012

From ABGX360:
What's new/fixed (all platforms):
- XGD3 support.
- Replaced AP25 replay sector support with support for topology data (for consoles which do AP25 checks -- make sure you have LT+ v3.0 or later).
- Added "Min Kernel Required" (to boot the game) when checking an XEX.
- Added improvements to AutoUpload (used by uploaders) including extended C/R for SS (using the original disc) to make sure files uploaded to the database have very accurate angle measurements.
- Added optional command line argument "--speed" for setting drive speed when checking a burned DVD. Example: "--speed 12" will attempt to set the drive speed to 12x. You can try to set any speed you like, but setting a speed higher than what your media supports may cause read errors if the drive's firmware doesn't govern it. "--speed 0" will set the drive's default speed.
- Added optional command line argument "--showsstable" for when you want to see the SS C/R data but you still prefer medium or low verbosity. The SS C/R table has also been updated with "Mod?" being split into "Tol" (response tolerance) for the CCRT entry and "Mod" (response modifier) for the drive entry, also "Pad?" has been renamed to "Typ" (type). Thanks Redline99!
- Added vendor specific additional info and bus type when displaying optical drive names (bus type displayed on Windows only).
- Updated the list of optical drive sense code errors.
- Updated the game ratings definitions.
- Fixed a bug which negated the ability to recover from a write error when rebuilding an ISO using the low disk space method. It's unlikely that a write error would be recovered on subsequent retries, but at least now it will write the data in the correct place if it does recover.
- Fixed a bug which caused "Unknown Media: 0x00000000" to be displayed if the "Secure Virtual Optical Device" media flag was set and the "XGD2 Media Only" image flag was not set (The "XGD2 Media Only" flag has also been renamed to "Original Media Only" in abgx360 since they are using the same flag for XGD3).
- The archaic caution message about angle 359 was removed, but you are still able to "fix" it if you still have iXtreme < v1.4 (really old and not suitable for XBL anyway).
- Ability to "extract entire video partition (253 MB)" was removed; this doesn't make sense for XGD3 and isn't even very useful for XGD2 since it was just including a bunch of padding data that isn't even part of the real video partition... it was only needed for very old methods of concatenating with stealth files and a game partition to make a working backup.

Note: The way video is checked/fixed is now a little different for both XGD2 and XGD3. The previous way was to check/fix both L0 video and L1 video off of L0, and then to check/fix "SplitVid" (L1 video on L1) afterwards by comparing it to L1 video on L0. Since XGD3 has no room for L1 video on L0, and to keep things consistent, video will now always be checked/fixed according to L0 on L0 and L1 on L1, and the "SplitVid" check is now gone (nominally). The only effective difference is that L1 video on L0 is no longer checked, but this is not a problem... it's not even supposed to be there and it's not visible to the host console when using a "safe" custom firmware. You can rest assured that only old and unsafe custom firmwares will read L1 video from L0; newer ones will read it properly from L1 (this is necessary in order to replicate the read/seek performance of an original disc).

There is also a big annoying yellow message if you have "Check/Fix Video padding" enabled and you check an XGD2 game with L1 video on L0 (or any data in that area). To make the message go away you will need to either add command line option "--pL0" to confirm that you want to blank it out (XGD2 ISOs without L1 video on L0 will appear to have bad video data when checked with older versions of abgx360), or you can simply disable "Check/Fix Video padding", as it still makes no difference in terms of stealth... this option only exists as a way to make sure ISOs are "clean", with no extra data in areas that aren't CRC checked. Note that this version of abgx360 doesn't care about L1 video on L0... it will pad L0 video with zeroes whenever video is autofixed or manually patched.

Sorry if the command line options are annoying (you can add them under the "Misc" tab of the GUI), but you can be sure that an improved v1.1.0 GUI is in the works...

Note: The GUI has not been changed and will still display version 1.0.2, don't worry about it as long as the CLI app displays v1.0.6

Official Site: http://www.abgx360.net
Download: here

Tags: abgx360, xbox 360, xgd2, ap25, ap26, v1.0.6, abgx, 360, xgd3, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

Ripping Your Own Discs with XBC and Topology Clarification

Posted on December 31, 2011

From TX:
As there is confusing and conflicting information in the wild we would like to clarify a few points with regards to ripping your own discs and what to do with topology data.

1. Making Your Own Rips
When ripping your own discs with the latest Xbox Backup Creator v2.9 Build 350 you should have “processing AP2.5″ unchecked. This adds an extra hour to each game rip and is not required. This option is only used when topology data is being collected for development purposes.
Remember that angle measurements need to be as accurate as possible. If you rip your own you are using just 1 set of measurements. Your laser may be weak or you may have just one measurement out of hundreds that is out of bounds of the accepted values and your disc will error and you will be flagged for an AP2.5 Failure (See point #3)
FYI the accepted values are -/+ 22 (even though originals rarely go above -/+ 2 with a perfect quality laser – the extra is allowed for those that have a poor quality laser)
The median files that are created are the work of HUNDREDS of dumps per game over many different consoles and many different drives. Then using a complex algorithm millions of individual results are then calculated to give the absolute best timing scenario possible. The median files that are provided give a deviation of -/+ 8 (The original target was 9 – so anything below this is considered awesome).
To give you an idea of what we are talking about here is the deviation data when using the median file on an XGD3 title: http://pastebin.com/VSNkwF3m
As you can see the results are superb and rarely go above -/+ 4 with a maximum of 8 in just one instance.
However if you rip your own you may find that some angles will go up to -/+ 100 which is WAY over the -/2 22 threshold and will give you a bad image.
So when ripping your own images, uncheck Process AP2.5, patch with the given median file and then burn. There may be a simple app coded for you to check the deviation values of your own rips in the near future.
Note: The XGD3 Median Topology file covers ALL current XGD3 games. This includes other languages too. There is no need for you to check the profile of your game at this moment in time. if you are 100% certain that the median file does not work with your XGD3 title then you need to rip the original game using the new XBC and test it again. If it then DOES work then you need to report it with the Profile ID of the game and the AP25 topology file (after checking process AP2.5 of course). If you can’t do this then dont bother posting about it.

2. Bogus Median Files
We have noticed that some people have been uploaded bogus median files which are blank. These have been causing errors and making invalid images. Thanks to these assholes, many people have lost time and money.
The official and original download link for the median files is this: http://bit.ly/u6ZaKY

3. AP2.5 Flags & You
If you are flagged for an AP2.5 failure do not panic. This does NOT mean that you are going to get banned. Originals fail all the time due to a poor laser so this should largely be ignored. It’s fair to say that those who have countless failures will probably draw attention more than those with just a few. Take from that what you will. The point to be made is, if you are flagged, it doesn’t really mean shit.

4. Burning XGD3 Titles
When burning XGD3 titles use a Liteon iHAS Burner with the Burnermax firmware and verbatim MKM-001 or MKM-003 discs. There will be no other support or advice given on any other burner or any other media especially truncated versions. If you are too cheap to invest in an $18 burner and media that costs less than $1 then you deserve all the problems that you encounter.

Tags: topology, xbox 360, xbox, update, 360, c4eva, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

JungleFlasher v0.1.91 (300) released

Posted on December 26, 2011

From Jungleflasher:
As always with a new C4E iXtreme release (LT+ v3.0 for BenQ and FAT Lite-On), Team Jungle comes with a new version of JungleFlasher to add full support for the new firmwares.

What's new/fixed:
* Support for LT Plus 3.0
-Lite-on Phat 02510C
-Benq 04421C

Official Site: http://www.jungleflasher.net
Download: here

Tags: v0.1.91, jungleflasher, xbox, cfw, update, 360, c4eva, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

Xbox Backup Creator v2.9 Build 0350 Released!

Posted on December 24, 2011

From Xbox-Scene:
With the new release of C4eva's iXtreme LT+ v3.0 for BenQ and FAT Lite-On, Redline99 has now released a new version of Xbox Backup Creator.

What's new/fixed:
* Changed - Minor tweaks to Image Browser dialog
* Changed - AP25 iXtreme LT+ v3.0 method to "Profiling"
* Changed - Image Browser to better match stand alone app
* Removed - Convert to SplitVid tool
* Removed - ISO Tagging feature
* Fixed - Ripping xgd1 titles
* Fixed - xgd3 drive response SS details
* Fixed - Assortment of minor issues
* Added - Windows 7 Taskbar Progress

Download: here

Tags: XBC, backup, xbox, creator, redline99, v2.9, 0350, 360, c4eva, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

C4E's iXtreme LTplus v3.0 released for BenQ and FAT Lite-On

Posted on December 24, 2011

From C4evaspeaks:
C4E released the iXtreme LT+ v3.0 CFW for the BenQ (Philips-BENQ/LiteOn VAD6038/1650V) and FAT Lite-On (Philips-LiteOn VAD6039/DG-16D2S) drives:
C4E's iXtreme LT+ in association with Team Jungle & TX
Official release of the iXtreme LT+ v3.0 for Benq and phat Liteons
- Support for topology data on AP25 enabled titles. Will correctly answer any ap25 challenge eliminating need for dae.bin to create a backup.
- No need to make new backups everytime dae.bin is updated on console

Topology Data
When ap25 was first introduced I devised a way of calculating any challenge which I called the silver bullet which I made reference to a long time ago. This was withheld until it was absolutely necessary. It was easier to replay the fixed challenges. With unique per console ap25 challenges it has become necessary to use the silver bullet. A series of measurements are taken across the disk. This topology data is then used to calculate a response to any ap25 challenge. It is very important that the drive used to create the topology data is reliable at reading discs as bad topology data equals bad ap25 responses. Liteon drives using 0800 v3 seem to be more accurate for this purpose. Only ap25 enabled titles require topology data. Activation of ap25 on older non-ap25 games although technically possible is highly unlikely.
Currently topology data for xgd3 titles are similar and topology data from one xgd3 title will pass on another xgd3 title although this is not advisable. Per title title topology data is best as there are slight differences between titles and newer titles could have different topology than existing ones.

I would like to wish everyone a merry xmas and a happy new year. I look forward to the challenges ahead.

Thanks go to Team Jungle for their hard work and efforts in the development process.
Thanks also go to TX for their support to this project.

Download: here

Tags: xbox 360, xbox, dash, update, 2.0.14699.0, 14699, 360, c4eva, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

Some Additional Info as the Christmas Eve Release of iXtreme LT+ v3.0 Nears

Posted on December 21, 2011

From C4evaspeaks:
With the final testing stage of BenQ and phat Lite-On underway in preparation for the scheduled Christmas Eve release of c4eva’s iXtreme LT+ v3.0, we thought we’d drop some additional bits of info into your Stockings in the form of answers to some recent questions.

Version 3.0 of iXtreme LT+ for BenQ and Lite-On (both phat and slim) does in fact retain support for truncated backups, although it is strongly recommended to use full burns made with a compatible Lite-On iHAS drive flashed with the iXtreme Burner MAX fw. Support for truncated backups, however, remains excluded from Hitachi in its forthcoming 3.0 version.

While abgx360 v1.0.6 remains in progress, the new version of Xbox Backup Creator can be used temporarily as an alternative for injecting the necessary new AP25 topology data files into existing backup ISOs. XBC doesn’t perform the same degree of validation of topology data files, and provides no means to verify their authenticity or correctness, so be very cautious if using files from unknown sources until abgx360 is released. In addition to extracting/injecting AP25 topology data files, the new XBC also works with the existing 0800 v3.0 ripping firmware to dump backup ISOs that include proper topology data from original game discs. At the time of writing, it has yet to be definitively determined whether the new XBC will be released alongside LT v3.0, or if it will be released later. The new abgx360 is still under heavy development, and will release in due time.

Recently, there have been some rumors and bogus info spread by a sad individual that is attempting to trick and confuse people with fake release dates, false info, bogus IRC channels and Facebook accounts (note: we don’t post on Facebook, only Twitter), and mislabeling things as “official” when they are in fact not. We’d like to remind users that the only official sources for news and info from c4eva and the team are here at c4evaSpeaks.com, the #c4e channel on EFNet IRC, the Team-Xecuter, JungleFlasher, and abgx360 websites, as well as reliable news outlets such as Xbox-Scene. Be wary of news or information from other outlets that don’t cite the official #c4e IRC channel or one of the aforementioned sites as the original source.

Tags: xbox 360, xbox, dash, update, 360, c4eva, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

Xbox 360 Fall 2011 Dash Update Final Version (2.0.14699.0) Out Now

Posted on December 07, 2011

From C4evaspeaks:
After a “slight” delay, Microsoft has begun rolling out across all regions the final production version of its Xbox 360 Fall 2011 Dash Update — 2.0.14699.0 — remaining unchanged in number from the last Preview Program version released a few days ago.

As usual with SystemUpdates, you are recommended to hold-off on updating until c4eva and the team have had a chance to properly analyze it, generate and check a set of LIVE logs, and report back on whether there are any changes affecting c4eva’s firmwares. The version being unchanged from the last beta should help expedite this process, however.

Tags: fall 2011, xbox 360, xbox, dash, update, 2.0.14699.0, 14699, 360, c4eva, ixtreme, lt 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

JungleFlasher v0.1.90 (293)

Posted on December 04, 2011

From jungleflasher.net:
As always with a new C4E iXtreme release (LT+ v2.0b for FAT Hitachi v79), Team Jungle comes with a new version of JungleFlasher to add full support for the new firmwares.

What's new/fixed:
* Support for LT Plus 2.0b
-Hitachi 79

Official Site: http://www.jungleflasher.net
Download: here

Tags: v79, jungleflasher, 1.90, v0.1.90, hitachi, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, ixtreme, lt 2.0, 2.0b, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

C4E's iXtreme LTplus v2.0b for FAT Hitachi v79

Posted on December 03, 2011

C4E released a bugfix version of the iXtreme LT+ v2.0 CFW for v79 of the Hitachi-LG GDR-3120L drive ('FAT Hitachi'):
[QUOTE]
C4E's iXtreme LT+ in association with Team Jungle & TX

Official release of the iXtreme LT+ v2.0b for Hitachi 79 drives
- Support for XGD3 ixtreme backups using LT-MAX for maximum capacity on standard DVD+R DL discs.
- Support for large capacity DVD+R DL media (no errors when burning)
- bugfix for 8.7Gb backups

Please note that all the Hitachi LT2.0 CFW’s do not support Truncated XGD3 backups and do not support Xbox 1 backups. Xbox 1 originals are fine.

Thanks go to Team Jungle for their hard work and efforts in the development process.
Thanks also go to TX for their support to this project.
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Download: here

Tags: v79, hitachi, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, ixtreme, lt 2.0, 2.0b, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

JungleFlasher v0.1.90 (292) released

Posted on November 26, 2011

From jungleflasher.net:
As always with a new C4E iXtreme release (LT+ v2.0 for FAT Hitachi), Team Jungle comes with a new version of JungleFlasher to add full support for the new firmwares.

What's new/fixed:
* Support for LT Plus 2.0
-Hitachi 32,36,40,46,47,58,59,78,79
* Xecuter CK3i support
Extra button group with easy access and visibility for CK3i additional functions


Official Site: http://www.jungleflasher.net
Download: here

Tags: hitachi, fat, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, ixtreme, lt 2.0, 2.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

C4E's iXtreme LTplus v2.0 for FAT Hitachi drives released

Posted on November 26, 2011

C4E released the iXtreme LT+ v2.0 CFW for all versions of the Hitachi-LG GDR-3120L drive ('FAT Hitachi'):
[QUOTE]
C4E's iXtreme LT+ in association with Team Jungle & TX

Official release of the iXtreme LT+ v2.0 for Hitachi drives
- Support for XGD3 ixtreme backups using LT-MAX for maximum capacity on standard DVD+R DL discs.
- Support for large capacity DVD+R DL media (no errors when burning)

About upcoming iXtreme LT+ 3.0 - released after December 6th
Originals will need to be analysed by XBC to gain disc topology data. This data replaces the need for ap25/dae.bin data and enables any ap25 challenge to be answered correctly. The topology data method is very efficient using only 24k and is very accurate. Each title will need its own topology data as there are differences between titles, even xgd3 titles and backups can be detected if the same topology data is used between titles.
Backups will remain the same layout but will need the new topology data inserted by the new abgx or re-dumped with the new XBC for xgd2/ap25 or xgd3 titles.
Non ap25 titles will remain unchanged

Thanks go to Team Jungle for their hard work and efforts in the development process.
Thanks also go to TX for their support to this project.
[/QUOTE]

Download: here

Tags: hitachi, fat, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, ixtreme, lt 2.0, 2.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

iXtreme LTplus v3.0 to be Released After December 6

Posted on November 23, 2011

From C4evaSpeaks:
[QUOTE]
C4eva shared with us in private today some further details about the upcoming iXtreme LT+ v3.0, which is now targetted for release sometime after December 6, 2011. Earlier this week, Microsoft’s Major Nelson announced December 6 as the official release date for the final version of its Fall 2011 Dashboard Update. Scheduling LT+ v3.0 for release after this date will allow c4eva and the team a chance to analyze the final update so as to ensure no additional changes to v3.0 are necessary.

With the new iXtreme LT+ v3.0, original game discs will need to be analyzed by Xbox Backup Creator in order to gain disc topology data. This data replaces the need for AP2.5/dae.bin data and enables any AP2.5 challenge to be answered correctly. C4eva noted that the topology data method is very efficient — using only 24kB of space — and extremely accurate. Due to differences between them, each game will require its own individual set of topology data. A risk of backups being detected poses itself if the same topology data is used between two different titles. This risk is mitigated by using abgx360 to make certain that the backup contains the appropriate topology data.

Backups will remain the same layout, but will either need to have the topology data inserted by the new abgx360, or be re-dumped with the new Xbox Backup Creator. C4eva reconfirmed that all current AP2.5-active XGD2 and XGD3 backups with old AP25 replay data are not backward-compatible with iXtreme LT+ v3.0 and will indeed need to be patched or re-dumped and re-burned. Non-AP2.5 titles, however, will remain unchanged and do not require re-burning.
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Tags: dae.bin, dae, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, ixtreme, lt 3.0, 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

Fall 2011 Preview Dash Update and Answer to WTF is Up with MW3

Posted on November 23, 2011

From C4evaSpeaks:
[QUOTE]
Microsoft has rolled out yet another update to the Xbox 360 Fall 2011 Preview Dash, this time bringing it to version 2.0.14696.0. During the preview thus far, backups of MW3, for example, have been observed to flip states between working and not working — twice over. The same has been found with several other games. It’s no surprise that many are wondering just WTF is going on.

Contrary to recent rumors, however, MS has not been reverting the dae.bin change/silent update. In actuality, following the silent update of the dae.bin on retail dash 13604, it was quickly determined that MS has been issuing a series of TitleUpdates for certain games (e.g. MW3) alongside the dash updates and dae.bin changes. These TUs appear to be testing the ability for Microsoft to enable/disable triggering of AP2.5 challenges against the disc via the multi-table dae.bin. This is accomplished by patching the default.xex executable with patch files (“.xexp”s) in the TU which patch in or out the Disc ID within the xex header. When the Disc ID is present, and the game has an associated entry in the dae.bin tables, the AP2.5 challenges are triggered. Conversely, when the ID is missing, the system will not be able to find an associated entry in the dae.bin tables, and therefore no AP2.5 checks are performed. This accounts for the success of “TU trick” that people have been using to temporarily bypass the updated AP2.5 challenges (clearing the cache of existing/newer TUs and tricking the 360 into using an older TU that doesn’t patch the Disc ID into the xex).

Being ranked at #1 for Xbox LIVE activity according to the latest charts, MW3 makes an ideal candidate for these types of tests by offering the largest possible test group. Based on this, Microsoft have shown that they now have two methods by which to control whether a game is AP2.5-active. A title may be AP2.5-activated either through the addition of associated entries in the dae.bin tables, and as it now stands, by way of TitleUpdates patching in or out the Disc ID.

Now, you may be asking yourself why MS would want to deactivate AP2.5 on a game. A team member suggested that this may be to allow MS a method for easily disabling AP2.5 for a particular game if it causes issues on retail consoles (this may coincide with the reports of retail copies failing AP2.5 challenges and showing “Disc Unsupported” errors). Purely speculating here, but testing of these TitleUpdates may also be a sign that Microsoft is preparing to issue AP2.5-enabling TUs for some of the more popular older XGD2 games beyond the original six affected (Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Fable III, Halo Reach, and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit).

*UPDATE* [2011-11-23 11:37AM UTC]
As an added note in response to questions we’ve received, the usage of TitleUpdates in (de)activating AP2.5 in no way affects c4eva’s “silver bullet” solution being implemented in iXtreme LT+ v3.0. C4eva noted in private earlier that with his solution, all current and future effort put into AP2.5 by MS is all for nothing.
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Tags: dae.bin, dae, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, ixtreme, lt 3.0, 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus

iXtreme LT 3.0 is coming – DAE/AP25 Gets The Silver Bullet!

Posted on November 20, 2011

From TX:
[QUOTE]
We just had a development meeting with C4E and he dropped a bombshell. Thanks to the recent silent DAE update he has been able to discover how to hit DAE/AP25 with the “Silver Bullet” and has developed iXtreme LT 3.0 which defeats DAE/AP2.5 reliance COMPLETELY.
A new FW and a new version of XBC will be released to get you up and running again in no time.
We can also confirm that C4E has finished the Hitachi LT 2.0 fw (not affected by DAE/AP25) and will be releasing that as soon as its gone through final testing.
[/QUOTE]

More details from c4evaspeaks:
[QUOTE]
Although it’s early stages, c4eva has successfully completed several tests which validate this new method and classified his solution as the “silver bullet” for AP2.5. Rather than using captured challenge results each time the dae.bin changes, the new method builds a complete set of profile data for each disc and works for all AP2.5 challenges, regardless of how the dae.bin is changed. As a result, the format of backup ISOs will be changing as the AP25 replay sector will no longer be included and the profile data will instead take its place. Though c4eva noted that it will take some development time as it’s not a quick fix, both he and the team will now be putting their full efforts behind bringing this solution to life in the form of new versions of iXtreme LT+, Xbox Backup Creator, and abgx360.
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There's a temp workaround solution for the new DAE update here.

Tags: dae.bin, dae, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, ixtreme, lt 3.0, 3.0, lt, lt+, ltplus, plus, hitachi

AP2.5 DAE.bin Update from C4Eva

Posted on November 19, 2011

From c4evaspeaks:
[QUOTE]
Today, Microsoft began rolling out SystemUpdate v2.0.14692.0 to all Xbox 360′s registered in the Fall 2011 Dash Preview program. Although the dae.bin changed in the initial v2.0.14686.0 preview update, its appended challenge was not active, which accounts for why participants were still able to play AP2.5/XGD3 backups. With SU 14692, the previously dormant challenge table has now been activated, and all AP2.5/XGD3 backups containing outdated AP25 replay data will fail the system’s AP2.5 challenges and result in a failure flag. This now means that all LIVE-connected users on both the current 13604 retail dash and 14692 preview dash are faced with the same situation, and needless to say, are still advised to avoid playing any AP2.5/XGD3 backups.
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Tags: dae.bin, dae, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, backups, 14686, Dash, c4eva

Updates: Dae.bin is silently being updated on XBL on Current Dashboard

Posted on November 17, 2011

- Updates from ABGX360:

Update 1:
[QUOTE]
DAE.bin is being silently updated through Xbox Live with an additional challenge table!
This happens on the current public dashboard version 2.0.13604.0 and there is no confirmation dialog or any known means to prevent it besides disconnecting your console from the internet.
If your DAE.bin has already been silently updated, AP25 backups that are patched with current AP25 replay data will fail the normal AP25 challenges outright! Note that all XGD3 games use AP25.
Use your originals if you want to play on Xbox Live.
[/QUOTE]

Update 2:
[QUOTE]
The Fall 2011 preview dashboard version 2.0.14692.0 is now rolling out. If you are in the preview and accept the update, it will now actively use the additional DAE challenge table and AP25 backups that are patched with current AP25 replay data will fail the normal AP25 challenges outright!
[/QUOTE]

- Updates from c4evaspeaks:

[QUOTE]
First and foremost, a warning — at this current time it is advised that you stay offline and avoid playing any AP2.5/XGD3 backups. It has been confirmed by the team that the dae.bin is now being silently updated on all LIVE-connected boxes.

This update is not being deployed via a SystemUpdate or TitleUpdate, but rather occurs in the background without any visual indication or prompt to the user. As such, there is no means by which it can be cancelled or avoided, other than not connecting to LIVE. If you’ve connected to LIVE in the past 24 hours, your system has likely already been updated with a changed dae.bin.

All AP2.5/XGD3 backups that contain the now older AP25 replay data will fail the system’s AP2.5 challenges and indeed flag your system (the flagging has also been confirmed by the team).

Like our news a few days ago, the dae.bin is now being changed by way of an appended challenge table in the same manner on current retail dashes (13604) as it is on the preview dash (14686), however the content of the challenge tables differ. The team has determined that the appended challenge table appears to be unique per console and contains indentifying information. This means that everyone’s dae.bin is different, and can potentially be traced back to your specific console. Therefore, sharing your dae.bin with others is not advisable. [/QUOTE]

Tags: dae.bin, dae, ap2.5, ap2.6, xgd3, xgd2, backups, 2.0.14692.0, Dash, c4eva

Dae.bin Has Changed in Xbox 360 Fall 2011 Preview Dash

Posted on November 11, 2011

From c4evaspeaks:
[QUOTE]
We’ve confirmed that the dae.bin has changed in the new Xbox 360 Fall 2011 Preview Dash (2.0.14686.0). c4eva has reported to the team that XGD2 and XGD3 backups are still booting under LT+ v2.0/2.01 (from team channel: [2011-11-10 08:58PM UTC] [c4eva] backups,xgd3 still booting). However, do not take this as a sign that everything is fine. Booting backups with older AP25 replay sectors on 14686 may get you flagged. Don’t say we didn’t warn you! We can confirm though that these changes will indeed necessitate new versions of and/or changes to Xbox Backup Creator, abgx360, and several other associated tools. It has also been confirmed by the team that drive fw’s are not affected. All the changes are currently being analyzed, and we’ll continue to update this post when further details become available.
[/QUOTE]

Tags: dae.bin, dae, ap25, ap26, xgd3, xgd2, backups, 14686, Dash, c4eva

C4E's iXtreme Burner MAX v1.0 and iXtreme LTplus v2.01 Samsung

Posted on October 23, 2011

C4E released the iXtreme Burner MAX V1.0 CFW for PC Liteon iHAS*24B drives in association with Team Jungle & TX:

[QUOTE]
Official release of the iXtreme Burner MAX firmware V1.0 for Liteon iHAS drives
Liteon iHAS124B = baseline model
Liteon iHAS224B = 124 + LightScribe
Liteon iHAS324B = 124 + SmartErase
Liteon iHAS424B = 124 + LightScribe + SmartErase (or = 224 + SmartErase)
Liteon iHAS524B = 124 + LabelTag + SmartErase
Liteon iHAS624B = 124 + LabelTag + LightScribe + SmartErase (or = 524 + LightScribe)

Features:
* World first Full 8.7GB 100% Backups on standard Dual Layer DVD+R DL
* No CIV errors
* Passes all current checks

XGD3 - Another fail, all those false positive CIV checks on original media, imagine the disappointment.
Inevitable when you push discs and drives to their limit, must be getting desperate, well done Xbox Division

Thanks go to Team Jungle for their hard work and efforts in the development process.
Thanks also go to TX for their support to this project.
[/QUOTE]

C4E also released a small bug-fix for the LT+ CFW on Samsung drives: the iXtreme LT+ v2.01 CFW for all versions of the Toshiba-Samsung TS-H943 ('Samsung').
What's new/fixed:
* bugfix for 8.7Gb backups

Download: here

Tags: iHAS124B, LT+, 2.01, iHAS, 124B, MAX, Burner, xgd3, samsung, TS-H943

C4Eva Samsung iXtreme LT+ 2.01 in progress and the PC DVD iXtreme Burner MAX CFW compatible Drive Models

Posted on October 18, 2011

C4eva announced he's working on a fix for the Samsung TS-H943 iXtreme LTplus (v2.01), the CFW is current 'In Progress':
[QUOTE]
Samsung TS-H943 LT v2.01 IN PROGRESS: XGD3 big disc fix
[/QUOTE]

He also announced the 6 PC DVD-drive models that will work with the upcoming 'PC DVD Burner FW' [alias "iXtreme Burner Max FW"] that will allow burning 100% of an XGD3 ISO to regular DVD+R DL discs. The FW is finished and is currently 'In Testing':

[QUOTE]
[c4eva] Final burner fw set complete, final testing underway – increased burning speed of xgd3 to 4x on mkm003, must enable OPC in imgburn (thanks Defosho)

[c4eva] The following drives have been tested for ixtreme burner max firmware:
[c4eva] Liteon iHAS124B = baseline model
[c4eva] Liteon iHAS224B = 124 + LightScribe
[c4eva] Liteon iHAS324B = 124 + SmartErase
[c4eva] Liteon iHAS424B = 124 + LightScribe + SmartErase (or = 224 + SmartErase)
[c4eva] Liteon iHAS524B = 124 + LabelTag + SmartErase
[c4eva] Liteon iHAS624B = 124 + LabelTag + LightScribe + SmartErase (or = 524 + LightScribe)

[A*******] how can you know if its a or b? [last char of drive model]
[c4eva] A is NEC chipset=bad

[c4eva] verbatim mkm001 are supported at 2.4x, verbatim mkm003 are supported
[c4eva] burner max fw doesnt force you to use verbatim media for xgd3 but they are the only ones that verify error free so far
[/QUOTE]

Tags: iHAS124B, LT+, 2.01, iHAS, 124B, MAX, Burner, xgd3, samsung

Jungle Flasher v0.1.89 beta (284)

Posted on October 08, 2011

As always with a new C4E iXtreme release (LT+ V2.0 for Slim LiteON), Team Jungle comes with a new version of JungleFlasher to add full support for the new firmwares.

What's new/fixed:
* Support for LT Plus 2.0
- LiteOn Slim 0272, 0225, 0401, 1071
* Dummy from KeyDB
Extra step, for Phat Lite-ons if common post 13146 barcode is detected, user has option to type in case barcode and index key based on a pre update entry created with f/w that contained the old barcode.
* Benq and Sammy bad flash support
Added a work around to auto-intro. SlimIntro was putting Benq and Sammy in a bad state, where as phat intro has no effect on Slim. If bad state is detected, usually by status 0xD1, slimIntro is no longer sent.

Official Site: http://www.jungleflasher.net
Download: here

Tags: jungleflasher, lt+, 2.0, team, jungle, flasher, lt, plus, 1.89

C4E's iXtreme LTplus v2.0 for Slim DG-16D4S LiteOn has been released!

Posted on October 08, 2011

C4E released the iXtreme LT+ v2.0 CFW for all versions of the Philips-LiteOn DG-16D4S ('Slim LiteOn') drive in association with Team Jungle & Team Xecuter

Official release of the iXtreme LT+ v2.0
* Support for XGD3 ixtreme backups using LT-MAX for maximum capacity on standard DVD+R DL discs. Passes all security checks for XGD3 including correct capacity.
* Support for large capacity DVD+R DL media (no errors when burning)

Soon more info about how to properly burn the XGD3 backups!

Download: here

Tags: ixtreme, lt+, 2.0, slim, liteon, lt, plus, nax, lt-max, xgd3

C4E's iXtreme LT+ for Xbox 360 SLIM LiteOn drives will be released this weekend!

Posted on October 05, 2011

C4E confirmed on his IRC channel that the iXtreme LT Plus v2.0 for Slim LiteOn drives (Philips-LiteOn DG-16D4S) will be released this weekend!

Tags: ixtreme, lt+, 2.0, slim, liteon, lt, plus

Jungle Flasher v0.1.88 beta (280)

Posted on October 02, 2011

As always with a new C4E iXtreme release (LT+ V2.0 and 0800 v3), Team Jungle comes with a new version of JungleFlasher to add full support for the new firmwares.

What's new/fixed:
* Support for LT Plus 2.0
-Lite-on Phat 02510C
-Benq 04421C
-Sammsung MS28
* Support for LT 0800 v3.0
-Benq, Lite-On Phat

Official Site: http://www.jungleflasher.net
Download: here

Tags: ixtreme, lt+, 2.0, jungleflasher, jungle, flasher, lt, plus

C4E released LT+v2.0 and 0800 v3 CFW

Posted on October 02, 2011

C4E released the iXtreme LT+ v2.0 CFW for Toshiba-Samsung TS-H943 ('Samsung'), Philips-BENQ/LiteOn VAD6038/1650V ('BenQ') and Philips-LiteOn VAD6039/DG-16D2S ('FAT LiteOn') drives in association with Team Jungle & Team Xecuter (the LT+ v2.0 for 'SLIM LiteOn', 'FAT/SLIM Hitachi' have NOT been released yet). And C4E also released the 0800 v3 ('PC ripping FW') for 'BenQ' and 'FAT LiteOn':

* C4E's iXtreme LT+ in association with Team Jungle & Team Xecuter
Official release of the iXtreme LT+ v2.0
- Support for XGD3 ixtreme backups using LT-MAX for maximum capacity on standard DVD+R DL discs. Passes all security checks for XGD3 including correct capacity.
- Support for large capacity DVD+R DL media (no errors when burning)
I would like to dedicate this fw to the Xbox Live Enforcement Team and the recent false (AP25) bans and subsequent reversal. Keep up the good work guys.
Thanks go to Team Jungle for their hard work and efforts in the development process.
Thanks also go to Team Xecuter for their support to this project.

* Team Jungle Presents iXtreme 3.0 0800 firmware for Benq and Liteon drives
IXtreme fw for Benq and Liteon drives!
Features:
-Common API designed for easier application use!
-Support for SS V2!
-Support for AP25!
-Support for XGD3 ripping!
-Direct 0800 mode for game dumping including SS v2!
This firmware is =NOT FOR USE IN A CONSOLE= and is provided with the intended use of being in a dedicated "ripping" drive.
This means:
a. Does not need your DVD key,
b. Does not need spoofing as another drive,
c. Does not need to use the tray half open and
d. Does not need to use the activate.iso to use this firmware on the pc.

New Jungle Flasher and Xbox Backup Creator coming later today.

Download: here

Tags: C4E, ixtreme, lt-max, XGD3, max, lt+, 2.0, v2.0, ap26, ap25, ban, jungleflasher, jungle, flasher, lt, plus

Jungle Flasher v0.1.87 (277)

Posted on September 05, 2011

As always with a new C4E iXtreme release, Team Jungle comes with a new version of JungleFlasher to add full support for the new firmwares.

What's new/fixed:
* Support for LT Plus 1.92
-Lite-on Slim 0272, 0225, 0225u, 0401 and now 1071
* Slim UnLock
-Enhanced support for Sputnik MXIC unlock Methods.
-Support for Geremia's Winbond unlock method, aka Kamikaze
* SlimKey
-improved SlimKey support for rare slim f/w's

Official Site: http://www.jungleflasher.net
Download: here

Tags: ixtreme, lt+, 1.92, jungleflasher, jungle, flasher, lt, plus

C4E's iXtreme LT+ 1.92 CFW

Posted on September 05, 2011

C4E released the iXtreme LT+ v1.92 CFW for SLIM DG-16D4S drives in association with Team Jungle & Team Xecuter:

Official release of the iXtreme LT+ v1.92
* Better support for rare fw dumps
* Further optimisation of rootkit
* Support for DG-16D4S 1071.

Download: here

Tags: ixtreme, lt+, 1.92, ap26, ap25, ban, dashboard, lt, plus

ABGX360 about new iXtreme v1.91 FW and AP2.6

Posted on August 08, 2011

Due to the new AP26 random challenges the safety freeze for unknown or bad AP25 data is no longer supported. Please ensure your AP25 data is correct for the dashboard version you are using.

This means that (for consoles which do AP25 checks [see the AP25 FAQ for info]):
* AP25 backups (see the list of AP25 games) that are not patched with AP25 replay data will fail the normal AP25 challenges outright. (The normal AP25 challenges from the DAE table are still being performed along with the new random "AP26" challenges.)
* AP25 backups that are patched with old/incomplete/bogus AP25 replay data will fail the normal AP25 challenges outright.
* AP25 backups that are patched with current AP25 replay data will fail the normal AP25 challenges outright when the DAE table is updated again. So far the DAE table has only been updated through system (dashboard) updates but it could possibly be updated by other means.

Any of these failures will probably flag your console for a ban in the next banwave.

Tags: ixtreme, lt+, 1.91, ap26, ap25, ban, dashboard, lt, plus

JungleFlasher v0.1.86 (267)

Posted on August 05, 2011

As always with a new C4E iXtreme release,
Team Jungle also comes with a new version of JungleFlasher to add full support for the new firmwares.

What's new/fixed:
* Support for LT Plus 1.91
-Lite-on Slim 0272, 0225, 0225u, 0401
-Lite-on Phat 02510C
-Benq 04421C
-Hitachi 78/79
* Bug fix for non USB MTK routines: Read, Write, Phatkey etc....
* Support for Sputnik/Russian MXIC unlock methods.

Official Site: http://www.jungleflasher.net
Download: here

Tags: ixtreme lt+, 1.91, release, jungleflasher, v0.1.86, 1.86, lt, plus

C4E's iXtreme LT+ 1.91 FULL Firmware Pack

Posted on August 05, 2011

iXtreme LT+ 1.91 is released!
C4E released the iXtreme LT+ v1.91 CFW

Official release of the iXtreme LT+ v1.91

Changelog:
* New random AP26 challenges defeated. Due to the new AP26 random challenges the safety freeze for unknown or bad AP25 data is no longer supported.
Please ensure your AP25 data is correct for the dashboard version you are using.
* No need to reburn current AP25 backups from dashboard 13146

Tags: ixtreme lt+, 1.91, release, 1.9, ap26, ap25

iXtreme SLIM LT+ firmware
for DG-16D4S 9504!

Posted on April 08, 2011

iXtreme LT+ Slim is released!
C4Eva released the iXtreme LT+ for LiteOn DG-16D4S 9504 drives

World first backups for XBOX 360 Slim
- For Liteon Drive 9504

New protection measures for slim:
* Realtime checks of drive firmware and ram by dashboard - Rootkit technology used to pass several realtime check types. These checks on the drive are open ended so as to make replay of the answers impossible. Will pass any check on any part of the drive
* Hardware flash modification check - The 1335 chip performs a hardware check on powerup for modified firmware. Chip fooled into thinking firmware is stock
* Slim drive locked to read pressed game discs only - Enabled reading of DVD+R DL media for game discs

All features of current LT+ also included
- Optimised PFI code to accomodate AP25 SS data
- Defeats current AP25 protection
- Protects console from logging AP25 violation
- Full disc stealth used by default
- Waveless booting , disc images are assumed to be correct!
- Split-Vid used as default

If booting an AP25 title without AP25 SS game will not boot but will still be protected from logging AP25 violation on current dash 12625
If LT+ encounters an unknown AP25 challenge, game will not boot but console will still be protected from logging AP25 violation on current dash 12625

AP25 SS are region specific for region locked games


JungleFlasher v0.1.81 Beta has also been released to support the new iXtreme LT+ Slim firmware

Tags: ixtreme lt+, slim, release, 9504, lite-on, 16D4S, dg-16D4S, jungleflasher, v0.1.81

iXtreme LT+ v1.1!

Posted on December 13, 2010

ixtreme LT+ v1.1 is released!
C4E released a new version of the iXtreme LT+ modified FW for ("phat") LiteOn (74850, 83850V1,
83850V2, 93450) and BenQ DVD-drives.

What's new/fixed:
- xbox 1 backup support (iXtreme compatible, DVD9 only)
- improved pfi support

Plus after much work and heavy testing, C4E has finished the LT+ for Hitachi 78 and 79 and it is confirmed that they now boot AP25 backups ! We are currently testing and hope to announce the official release shortly. There are also plans to make LT firmware for the older Hitachi drives but without Ap25 as it’s not required. LT+ for Slims is the priority at the moment. FYI iXtreme 1.51 still works just fine with AP25 (many are still using the older Hitachi’s on XBL – however we can’t guarantee that it is XBL safe so use at your own risk).

Tags: ixtreme lt+, v1.1, release, benq, lite-on, abgx, v1.0.5, jungleflasher, v0.1.77

ABGX v1.0.5 released!

Posted on December 6, 2010

abgx360 v1.0.5 is released!
- Fixed a bug when AutoFixing or manually patching Video that would cause an AP25 replay sector to get blanked out (some functions were still using the old hardcoded value for Video padding size)
- Improved Game CRC progress indicator to prevent poor formatting if "Time Left" became more than 999 minutes
- Added progress indicators for Video CRC, SplitVid and SplitVid padding checks
- Now using bigbuffer when checking SplitVid which results in much faster performance when comparing L1 Video on L0 to L1 Video on L1 (especially when checking a burned DVD)

Tags: ixtreme lt+, release, benq, lite-on, abgx, v1.0.4, jungleflasher, v0.1.76

Ixtreme LT+ released!

Posted on November 23, 2010

Ixtreme LT+ is released today for BenQ and Lite-on.
abgx360 v1.0.4 is released!
Jungleflasher v0.1.76 is released!

Tags: ixtreme lt+, release, benq, lite-on, abgx, v1.0.4, jungleflasher, v0.1.76

Ixtreme LT+ will be released today!

Posted on November 23, 2010

Ixtreme LT+ will be released today for BenQ and Lite-on. There is no ETA for Slim LT+.
[2010-11-23] <+c4eva> prepping lt+ fw package for release in a few hours!

Tags: ixtreme lt+, release today, benq, lite-on

abgx360 v1.0.3 released!

Posted on November 6, 2010

- Added full support for all current PFI/Video waves and the ability for future waves to be fully supported through updates to abgx360.dat
- The SplitVid check is now mandatory when checking an ISO/DVD and the "Check Stealth" option is enabled (iXtreme LT requires SplitVid for XBL safety)

Tags: abgx360, release, v1.0.3

Ixtreme LT+ will fix AP2.5 checks!

Posted on October 30, 2010

New checks confirmed on new dashboard. LT+ is coming for required drives with SSv3 and anti AP2.5.

Tags: ixtreme lt+, ssv3, anti-ap2.5, ap2.5

Ixtreme LT+ announced for Slim!

Posted on October 15, 2010

LT+ is coming for Xbox 360 slim to overcome real-time checks.

Tags: ixtreme lt+, announced, slim, real-time checks

Ixtreme LT 1.0 released for Samsung! Ixtreme LT 1.2 released for BenQ!

Posted on July 9, 2010

C4eva released new ixtreme LT firmware for Samsung and BenQ drives!

Tags: ixtreme lt 1.0, ixtreme lt 1.2, released, benq, samsung

Ixtreme LT 1.1 is released for BenQ and Liteon!

Posted on March 20, 2010

This new version of iXtreme Lite Touch Firmware for Benq & LiteOn bring’s media compatibility updates and, iXtreme LT 1.0 apparently also has a detectable flaw, MS currently aren’t checking for. C4Eva & TeamJungle discovered the bug before MS, and Patched it. You are advised to update now, before they do start checking.

Tags: ixtreme lt 1.1, released, benq, lite-on

Ixtreme LT is released for BenQ!

Posted on March 6, 2010

C4eva presents iXtreme Lite Touch (LT) for BenQ

Tags: ixtreme lt, released, benq

Ixtreme LT is released for Liteon!

Posted on January 20, 2010

C4eva presents iXtreme Lite Touch (LT) in association with Team Jungle and Team Xecuter

Tags: ixtreme lt, released, lite-on, teamjungle, team xecuter

ixtreme LT will be free!

Posted on January 19, 2010

TeamJungle announced that ixtreme LT will be released shortly and will be free! The ixtreme LT version from our source is unofficial. TeamJungle says these files are incomplete and unsafe, they used the protection to prevent unofficial use. Strange that we get this update the moment after geremia cracked the 'unofficial' firmware and made it public...

Tags: ixtreme lt, geremia, teamjungle

ixtreme LT is not hack-proof

Posted on January 17, 2010

A well known person in the scene tested the firmware. In no-time he decrypted the DVD key. Here is his reaction: "If you post your LT fw, i can post back your dvdkey, don't expect a freeLT immediatly, i just would like people to know that is not hack-proof at all. Seems they are going to scam reseller rather than idividuals."

Tags: ixtreme lt, not hack-sproof, scam

EXCLUSIVE NEWS AND CONFIRMED: ixtreme LT is not free!

Posted on January 14, 2010

The retail price will be 110 USD. The key has some kind of encryption, so that it can not be used for free. More details will be placed when they are available.

Tags: ixtreme lt, retail price

ixtreme LT passing all the new xbox live checks

Posted on January 12, 2010

All the new checks from Xbox live are found. All current firmwares, stealth and non-stealth, are detectable and get flagged for banning. The good news is, ixtreme LT is passing the new checks. Still no estimated time of arrival!

Tags: ixtreme lt, done, testing

Ixtreme LT firmware is done

Posted on December 1, 2009

The ixtreme LT firmware is finished. The team is still testing the firmware and there is still no estimated time of arrival. Please be patient.

Tags: ixtreme lt, done, testing

Ixtreme LT update

Posted on November 14, 2009

The ixtreme LT firmware has some good progress according the creator C4eva. "ixtreme LT is coming along nicely, it has been a GREAT day! hang in there! ixtreme LT does not care about waves, as per orig fw. LT will assume disk has correct stealth! xtreme wont help! i cant say any more for obvious reasons! :)". This means the ixtreme LT has no wave problems and is not detectable.

Tags: ixtreme lt, update, wave, stealth

abgx360 v1.0.2 released

Posted on November 11, 2009

Most important about this update is support for the so called 'wave4' games. With this version it is also possible to check the stealth protection on new games. The new abgx360 version is available at abgx360.net. It's recommended to wait for iXtreme LT (Lite Touch) before you play any more backups or originals on an unbanned console flashed with custom firmware.

Tags: abgx, v1.0.2, abgx360

Ixtreme LT(lite touch) announced

Posted on November 10, 2009

C4eva announced a new ixtreme firmware for every drive. He said this firmware is more efficient and with minimal patching. All aspects of the firmware are unvisible for Microsoft.

Tags: ixtreme, ixtreme lt, c4eva