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Quick kinect/CFW question

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by Just10Jor, Dec 25, 2011.

  1. Just10Jor

    Just10Jor Member

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    Just got the kinect this morning and was wondering this. If i hook up the kinect with my offline modded xbox (LT+2.0) will it re-flash my firmware back to stock with the firmware with the update it brings?

    Thanks you and happy holidays to you all
     
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    1) No it wont unless you hook it up to xbox live which will then force you to do a dashboard update on your console or play a game that requires a higher dashboard than the one you have now on your console

    2) Do you know what dashboard version you are on now? Because XGD2 Kinect Games are between Wave 8-13 which means they contain the 2.0.12413.0-2.13599.0 update on the disc which will enable AP2.5 on certain games or flash your dvd drive to a new firmware depending on the version.

    3) So make sure you check as the 2.0.13146.0-2.0.13599.0 will flash your slim firmware and lock the SPI requiring you to buy the Xecuter Replacement PCB or the SPUTNIK360 Unlock Switch/Probe depending on whether your drive has a Winbond or a MXIC chip

    4) What Kinect game are you thinking of playing?

    I await your success
     
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    I'm on dashboard 2.0.13599.0. Will I be able to play these kiinect games without them reflashing my xbox?

    As far as games I want to play, I wanted to play child of eden and the dance central games. For some reason, girls LOVE dance central for reasons I will never understand
     
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