Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by thaer_rs, Oct 9, 2007.
am i going to get banned if i accept the live updates on ixtreme 1.2 firmware
you should not get banned.
so what should i do to prevent that cuz there are some games that cant be played without updating and the first time u enter xbox live u must update cuz u cant enter without updating
no you wont....
SourD is an idiot.
go ahead and update.
i agree SourD is an idiot, just update the games and youll be fine. im still running 5.3 and not banned.
SourD we all decided that your an idiot.
thanks for your help everybody
why dont u update?
if it isnt broke, dont fix it is my theory. if i get banned ill get a new box and put iextreme on it.
just get rid of your hacked xBox & PAY for your games ... of course you'll get banned eventually, u think they can't tell its been messed with?!
i do PAY for my games. i do not see the point of trashing my original discs when i can trash a 2 dollar verbatim disc instead. and like i said, if i do eventually get banned, ill buy another one and continue playing my back ups.
no i dont think they can tell at the moment and when they do i will wait for C4E to come out with a fix and update my firmware...
im asuming if i try to flash my "Already" banned 360 with ixtreme 1.2 it will still be banned?
if so, is there any hope for reflashing banned 360's and being able to use xbox live again besides buying a new one???
nope have to buy a new one...
x2 at the moment no way around a ban and dont think any one knows 100% what they ban u buy, so u need a completely new box
The bans are all based on your backups. Unstealthed backups can be spotted a mile off as they don't contain the security info checked when you sign into live.
A typical disc check when you either sign into live or start a game on live checks all the security information at different stages and multiple times, this is why c4eva implemented the disc-jitter check in xtreme 5.3 (even though for a fair few people it was too late by then)
Currently M$ cannot see the firmware on your drive, there is nothing to say that that won't change soon though
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