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360 Flashing with USB to SATA Adapter

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by Mmcb412, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. Mmcb412

    Mmcb412 Member

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    Hey, for anyone that can help,

    I initially had my xbox flashed and the system update changed the firmware. So, I want to flash the benq drive, I'm getting a usb to sata adapter, and need to know how different is would be to flash (if at all possible) with jungleflasher. I haven't been able to find any info on flashing with the adapter, but in theory I would think that its possible the do, Could anyone please help me with this or point me in the right direction to get the info, or simply give me a yes, or no to weather or not its possible?
     
  2. gnoby

    gnoby Regular member

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    No, usb to sata adapters generally don't support MTK FLASH 32, which is required.

    The only two that i'm aware of are the ones created specifically for flashing boxes.

    Maximus Lizard or x360usbpro

    they definitely make the whole process easier.
     
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    yep I have the lizard moddedc with PMT and I can do any drive in a few seconds. Well worth the money.
     
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    So I need a specific adapter to do it, or can I jus use some type of software to change the format
     
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    You either need the 360lizard or usbpro, plain and simple.
     

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