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Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by pimphard, Jan 12, 2008.

  1. pimphard

    pimphard Member

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    I know this has been asked for hundreds of time are there gonna be ways of using trainers or any cheat devices to get some cheats somewhere, or somehow ?
     
  2. lilg_06

    lilg_06 Regular member

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    Possibly a cheat device as they do come out after a period of time, but thats spoiling the fun!! ;)
     
  3. NewBart

    NewBart Guest

    Come on pimp, don't go to the Dark Side and cheat, especially if you play online. Just keep practicing and if you get stuck, look for help online.
     
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  4. StilDeath

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    i duck taped my nintendo game genie to my ps3 works like a charm.
     
  5. 360OwNeR

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    maybe i own so hard ppl think i cheat :p
     
  6. NewBart

    NewBart Guest

    Don't give up your day job, Seinfeld.
     
  7. pimphard

    pimphard Member

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    I know I might sound like a weeping baby, but come on didn`t everybody liked when u were able to enable inf ammo, walk thru walls, never die, inf nitro, inf money, the list goes on and on. Also I don`t have broadband so I can`t play online. I just miss the fun of shooting everything without the need to reloading, or able to stop time in Timeshift forever take all there weapons, or in Mass Effect trying to look for the gel to get life back. I miss all of that, hopefully someone will think of a solution,in the meantime I have no choic but to wait.
     
  8. NewBart

    NewBart Guest

    yeah it was cool man to do all that, but not on XBL for sure.
     
  9. pimphard

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    Well I really don`t won`t to do it on xbl, it wouldn`t be fun anyway. I just would like a day by myself with trainers, or any device and have fun like the good ol days
     
  10. NewBart

    NewBart Guest

    Right man, there has to be something out there like it, is cool to do that stuff.
     
  11. smoobies

    smoobies Guest

    Don't know if this will help. There is a way to copy your or somebody elses game saves.It's a lot of work but you could cheaton the 360 ( for Achievements) if you realy want to. I do not recommend going on XBL if you do this . They will ban your profile and if not will erase all of you achievements. No Joke . Here it is:
    //THIS IS NOT WHAT I USE - I INSTALLED EVERYTHING THAT CAME WITH THE DATEL TRANSFER KIT AND USE A PROGRAM CALLED XPORT360 (http://us.codejunkies.com/support_product.asp?c=&cr=&cs=&r=0&l=&g=2&prodID=32) TO INSERT SAVES (easier if the device your using is the memory unit transfer device from datel (below)//

    taken from 360gamesaves.com author DavidMBaker


    Part 1: What you need

    A Datel Transfer Kit (available from http://www.codejunkies.com/)

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/transfer_kit_360.jpg

    Xplorer360 (available from http://www.360gamesaves.com/ (http://www.360gamesaves.com/plugins.php?load=Downloads&function=viewcat&catid=5))

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf1.jpg


    Part 2: Installing the Transfer Kit

    Note: As of Beta 5 you can just install the Datel drivers. So just download the latest version of Xplorer 360. This will make life a lot easier for all you guys. Then continue onto the second post in this thread. Ummm actually their seems to be a few issues so still follow the instructions below.

    Instructions for versions prior to Beta5. (And for the moment present versions. Found issues with Datel drivers.)

    NOTE: Do not install the drivers that come with the transfer kit!

    1) Plug in the Datel Transfer Kit and insert your memory card.

    2) Click cancel when it asks you to install the new hardware. (This will happen twice.)

    3) Right click on 'My Computer' and select properties. Now click on the 'Hardware' tab. You should see the following screen:

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf2.jpg

    4) Now select 'Device Manager', scroll down to 'Other devices' and click on the + symbol beside it:

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf3.jpg

    5) Right click on 'Memory Unit' (if you don't see this check Part 5) and select 'Update Driver...'. If asked whether you want to connect to Windows Update select 'No, not this time' and then click 'Next'. On the next screen select 'Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)':

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf4.jpg

    6) On the next screen select 'Don't search I will choose the driver to install.' This should launch the hardware update wizard. Scroll down to 'Universal Serial Bus Controllers' which appears near the bottom of the list:

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf5.jpg

    7) On the next screen check that 'USB Mass Storage Device' is highlighted and select 'Next'. If a 'Update Driver Warning' appears select 'Yes':

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf6.jpg

    8) Windows will now install the driver. Once this is complete the new hardware wizard will appear again. Click cancel when it does. If you now scroll back up to 'Other devices' you will notice that 'Memory Unit' has been removed and 'MSFT Memory Unit USB Device' has appeared in it's place:

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf7.jpg

    9) Now similar to before right click on 'MSFT Memory Unit USB Device'. If asked whether you want to use Windows Update again select 'No, not this time' then on the next screen select 'Install from a list or specific location (Advanced). Then after clicking 'Next' select 'Don't search. I will choose the driver to install.' You should now be back at the 'Hardware Update Wizard'. Near the top of the list should be the hardware type 'Disk drives', select this option and click 'Next':

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf8.jpg

    10) Check '(Standard Disk Drives)' is highlighted under manufacturer and 'Disc Drive' under model and then click 'Next'. If you get the 'Update Driver Warning' select 'yes':

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf9.jpg

    11) You can then click finish and close 'Device Manager'. Your memory card reader is now installed.

    Part 3: Transferring Data

    NOTE1: You will now have a new 'Removable Disk' drive shown under 'My Computer'; DO NOT select or format this drive.

    NOTE2: You will now want to run Xplorer360. If you have not already done so you can download this tool by visiting http://www.360gamesaves.com, selecting 'Tools' under main menu and then 'Xplorer360'. You then need to click on the 'Xplorer360 Beta 4' that is at the top of the page (or later version). This should bring up the download interface. If a yellow bar appears at the top of your screen right click on it and select the allow download option.

    NOTE3: You will now need to install (if you don't have one) a archive program that can handle the '.RAR' format. You can find WinRAR at http://www.rarlab.com/. It will be a trial but will have full functionality. Note that this format is also often used for compressing saves that are uploaded to the website. Double click on the downloaded file and drag Xplorer360 to wherever you want it.

    NOTE4: Xplorer360 does not need to install. It will run from directly where you place the '.exe'. For this reason I decided it was easiest to place it on my desktop.

    NOTE5: To make life easier make sure that you have at least one item saved on your memory card with your profile. If there is no important data on the memory card it is worth formatting the card first before saving the data to it. This makes it easier to find the data you are using or if inserting a save gives you the required base folder.

    NOTE6: Partition 0 holds a cache where as Partition 1 holds the saves and any games stored on the memory card.

    NOTE7: If the memory card contains important data you can fully back it up by selecting 'Drive' and then 'Backup Image'.


    1) Plug in 'Transfer Kit' and 'Memory Card' and load 'Xplorer360'. Select 'Drive', 'Open' and then 'Harddrive or Memcard...':

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf11.jpg

    2) You will now see the following items:

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf12.jpg


    Part 3A: Extracting Data (Backing Up Saves):

    1) Follow stages 1 & 2 in Part 3 above. Double click on 'Partition 1' to show the files stored on that partition:

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf13.jpg

    2) Name.txt holds the name of the memory card. We however want to now click on the + symbol by 'Content'. I have also expanded out the other folders under 'Content' to show the structure of the data on 'Partition 1' of the memory card. The first folder under 'Content' is the 'Profile I.D.' and the folders under this are 'Game I.D.s'. In this case the top one '584107DB' is the I.D. for Outpost Kaloki X and the lower one '425307D1' is Oblivions. There is always another file under the game I.D. containing the actual saves. As in both cases here this is normally named '00000001':

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf14.jpg

    3) To make restoring any saves that we extract easier at a later date it is best to extract it from the Game I.D. level. To do this you right click on the game I.D. that you want to make a backup of the save for and select 'Extract...':

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf15.jpg

    4) You then have to select where you wish to save the files that you are extracting. In my case I normally dump them on the desktop. Once you have selected a place a progress bar will show you how far Xplorer360 has progressed through the extraction process.

    5) Now you can compress the save using WinRAR and either file it away (remember to give it a sensible file name) or upload it to http://360gamesaves.com. Be careful to select the right game if you upload it so other people can find your save easily.

    Part 3B: Importing Data (Adding Saves):

    1) Follow stages 1 & 2 in Part 3 above. Now open 'Partition 1', 'Content' and your 'Profile I.D.' number:

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf16.jpg

    2) Now open up the folder where you have downloaded the save to or where the save is stored. If the save is stored in a '.RAR' file extract it out of the archive including any directory structure. Check that the save is of the form, 'Game I.D.', 'Folder' (usually 00000001) and then the save. If it is not in this for check this list of Game I.D.s (http://360gamesaves.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=148) and create a folder with the name of the required Game I.D. NOTE: The save will not work unless it is stored on the memory card in this format!

    3) Back in Xplorer360 right click on the 'Profile I.D.' and selected 'Insert Folder...'. Browse through to the 'Game I.D.' folder that you wish to insert and click 'OK'. Xplorer360 will now inject the folder structure and the save(s) under your 'Profile I.D.':

    http://www.davidmbaker.f2s.com/Xbox360/TransferKit/Transf17.jpg

    4) Now remove the 'Memory Card' and insert it in to your console. Put in the game, select memory device and you should be able to load the save you just added.


    Part 4: Other Information

    Some NTSC saves will work on PAL consoles and vice versa. Try the save in any case you might be surprised.

    Most arcade games don't have separate save files. Of those that do Zuma and Bejewelled 2's save are locked to a console. Only Outpost Kaloki X's work on other machines.

    Some of the main games also have locked saves. These include Perfect Dark: Zero and Dead or Alive.

    Some but not all games allow you to get achievements from save games. These include Project Gotham Racing and Kameo.

    Check out http://360gamesaves.com/forum/ for more specific game related information and if you need help. If you query is achievement related PLEASE use the achievement section of the forum which can be found here http://360gamesaves.com/forum/index.php?showforum=7.

    Part 5: Common Problems

    If you have already installed the datel pack or have X360 MU USBIO appearing under 'Device Manager' follow the following instructions to remove the datel drivers. (Thanks to Mobian for explaining how it is done.)

    Go to my computer and bring up the search window (or press Ctrl+F whilst on C drive - this will bring up a search bar on the left of your present window).

    On this window select 'All files and folders' and then select 'A word or phrase in the file'. Type 'X360 MU USBIO - Device 1' into the box and then click search.

    This should find one of two .inf files. (It should be located in the C:\Windows\inf directory.) This folder should be of the file name structure 'oemxx.inf', where xx is a number. (Make a note of this number.)

    Right click on the file found by the search and select 'Open containing folder'. This should take you to the files position.

    Now click the consecitive file in the chain it shoudl open in notepad. (If it doesn't right click and select 'Open with' then choose notepad.) Check that somewhere in this file it mentions Datel and Xbox.

    Now you want to delete 4 files. These are the .inf file that you found by searching. Its corresponding .PNF file and the consecutive .inf & .PNF files (the .inf you opened in notepad and found Datel and Xbox in and its corresponding .PNF file.). For Mobian the files numbers were 44 and 45, so the filenames were "oem44.inf", "oem45.inf", "oem44.PNF", and "oem45.PNF".

    You should now be able to follow the instructions given in this tutorial on how to install the drivers. (From Part 2 instruction 5.) Alternatively follow Mobian's instructions:

    QUOTE(mobian @ Jun 25 2006, 09:28 PM)
    Once you've deleted those four files, go to the Device Manager. Under "USBIO Controlled Devices", right-click "Memory Unit" and choose "Scan for hardware changes". If I remember right, the Hardware Update wizard should come up. Click "Install from a list or specific location", and click Next. Then, click "Search for the best driver in these locations", Uncheck "Search removable media", and check "Include this location in the search". Now you need to point the wizard to the inf files downloaded from HERE, so make sure you have them, preferably on your desktop (decompressed but in a folder of their own, on the desktop). On the Hardware Update wizard, click Browse, find the folder with those inf files I just mentioned, and highlight it. Then click OK, then click Next. It'll search that folder you just pointed it to, notice the inf files, and install what they point to. On the Device Manager, the Memory Unit should now appear as "Xbox360 Memory Unit Security Device" under "Universal Serial Bus Controllers". Right-click it and choose "Update driver" again. Now, go to the first page of the thread you're reading this from, and follow the the tutorial, STARTING AT THE FIRST STEP THAT INVOLVES THE HARDWARE UPDATE WIZARD. Also, on the first step that mentions the "MSFT Memory Unit USB Device", the Hardware Update wizard should come up on its own, rather than having to find "MSFT Memory Unit USB Device" and click Update Driver. Once finished with that tutorial, Xplorer360 should work, and you're done!
     
  12. wabashman

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    i believe one of the dash board updates stopped allowing this to happen.
     
  13. steimy

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    Personal opinion. If you want to use cheat offline when playing single player then hey, that is your choice. Some of the Xbox trainers could be a lot of fun in games like GTA or Need For Speed.

    But for those that want this so that they can use them online against other people, well that is where you become a very low form of life (yeah, all you old Halo 1 & 2 players know who you are). It just ruins the game for everyone. I remember when i first got Painkiller and was playing online with a friend, this guy joins the room and just runs around shooting everyone. So we finally have him cornered and lay into him with some heavy weapons. NOTHING!. I shot him point blank in the back of the head with a shotgun and he still tried to deny using cheats. Guess who got banned from my server.
     
  14. pimphard

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    Smoobies thanks for all the info, the gamesave thing is pretty cool.The online cheating is not my favorite thing either, because I don`t want to do that. I just miss how u can be by yourself with a single player game and go at it. I`m not a wiz in coding or all the fancy stuff the ppl who make the cheats or trainers. I`m thankful for all the hard work the ppl who made the trainers have done in the past and hopefully they can amaze us again in the present and future.
     
  15. smoobies

    smoobies Guest

    Your Welcome, Glad I could help.
     
  16. megaman22

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    Ahh the game genie.. how much did i love that gadget :D
     

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