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Xbox 360 already modded, what's next?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by weregoingunion, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. weregoingunion

    weregoingunion Member

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    Well, my brother brought an Xbox 360 over to me in China while I still lived there and I took it somewhere to get him hacked. I knew nothing about the xbox (and still don't) and thought it required a modchip, so I payed the guy about $30 and he proceeded to flash the drive. I didn't notice him putting anything in it, so I asked and he told me he actually didn't put anything in (he lied), and I wondered what I was paying $30 for. Oh well. It was playing backups.

    Anyway, my brother got banned when COD2 came out. I am pretty sure he had a legit disc (he has no idea how to burn games) so I wonder how they could ban him. Pretty messed up.

    Well, he hasn't touched it since then, so I *finally* started messing around with it the other day. I got it to play Halo (original xbox game) because he must have downloaded the updates before the ban, but I can't get other original xbox games to play.

    2 questions:

    1) How do I update the xbox to play ALL original xbox games without destroying my flashed firmware? The microsoft site says you can do it by installing an update via disc, but I thought the games had to be "addedd" on a one-at-a-time basis.

    2) What do I do now that it's flashed? I want to do more than just play backups. I want to mess around with homebrew, emulators, custom firmware (if there is such a thing), etc. I also want it to play backup xbox and 360 games and be as compatible as possible. How do I get myself up to date?

    3) Finally, it can't go online, which really sucks. I would love to download a bunch of the market games like Rez... If my console is banned, is it banned for good? (As far as I can tell, the answer is sadly yes.)

    Thanks for any help. Sorry for being a noob but if you haven't followed a console from the beginning, it is really hard to get up to speed. I know a lot about the consoles I own (Wii, DS, PSP, various old systems) so if anyone needs any help with those, I hopefully can help.
     
  2. NDarkness

    NDarkness Regular member

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    Can you check which dashboard revision number it is at? This can be used to determine if it can be JTAG'd (be able to run emulators, homebrew, etc.). You can find out by going into the system settings.
     

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