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If you connect Live ATM is it safe apart from playing XGD3 Games?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by jokickarz, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. jokickarz

    jokickarz Guest

    And will non-XGD3 AP2.5 games still work eg black ops if it's patced with the current files on ABGX?
     
  2. funksoulb

    funksoulb Regular member

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    It's safe apart from playing AP2.5 games, which includes Black Ops. Also, once you've connected to Live and dae.bin has been updated, don't try and boot an AP2.5 title at all - even offline - or you'll flag your console and the game won't boot anyway.

    Also, MS can add AP2.5 to any game they like, so when I say it's "safe", it's safe based on current known information, but that could change at any time.
     
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    So MS can add AP 2.5 to any of the older wave games as well?
     
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    Yes they can, and we're never safe. You know the risk, there is no guarantee you won't get banned even if you follow all the rules.
     
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    Yeah. They already did it. Games like Modern Warfare 2 weren't protected by AP2.5 at launch. It was added later on.

    Xorloser first noticed the AP2.5 flag in FIFA 09 in 2009, but they didn't start using it/adding it to any games until late in 2010.
     
  6. jokickarz

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    So connect to Live, no AP2.5 or XGD3 games and the same risk as it always has been using CFW. No worries., thanks.
     

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