iXtreme LT+ Lite Touch Xbox 360 Drive Firmware Flashing
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    Exclamation A Little Help Over Here

    (this is my first time flashing a console, so yeah... be gentle with me )

    Hello,

    yestrday, I've decided to flash my Phat Xbox360 which was bought back in 2009 and it's a 2009 Jasper Arcade (iXtreme 1.6 pre-flasherd) model with LiteOn drive (FW ver. 74850c).

    I followed JungleFlasher's tutorial and successfully managed to get my dummy.bin file from DVDKey 32 tab.
    I did half-open tray method and extracted dummy.bin with "Dummy from iXtreme" option (saved it to my desktop and it said under DVD key that it is verified...). After that was done, I've downloaded stock OFW (from this link: LiteOn 74850c STOCK Firmware.rar) and I opened it as a target firmware under FirmwareTool 32 tab, spoofed source (my dummby.bin) to target (LiteOn 74850c STOCK Firmware) and both, key plus OSIG's matched (I also saved them to file after spoofing)...

    My problem (or question) is, what to do from here on? (Noob question alert: does spoofing it actually put it back to stock or? LOL)?? Since my Dashboard ver. is 2.0.12625.0, do I first reconnect my xbox drive back to normal state and update my dashboard to the latest one (over bootable USB), or do I put my drive back to half-open tray mode and do LiteOn Erase and write (flash) straight back to stock?

    Anyway, I've connected my LiteOn drive through SATA cable straight onto my motherboard (SATA0 port) and used my xbox as a power source. (I don't go to LIVE and I don't care if I get banned...)

    - PortI/O is installed (portio64.sys)
    - Onboard SATA (as mentioned above)

    Thank you.

    Peace, Samo

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    Always revert back to stock, update dash then flash again to Lt+.

    Make sure first your using correct pre folder for stock. spoof to target.

    Mtkflash 32-- liteon erase

    Click yes to next to pop ups, second one being asking you to then cycle drive off then on-do it.

    Click write once complete outro drive.

    Update dashboard, then flash again with ltplus-0251-v3.0.bin
    Last edited by Casca; 05-16-2012 at 06:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casca View Post
    Always revert back to stock, update dash then flash again to Lt+.

    Make sure first your using correct pre folder for stock. spoof to target.

    Mtkflash 32-- liteon erase

    Click yes to next to pop ups, second one being asking you to then cycle drive off then on-do it.

    Click write once complete outro drive.

    Update dashboard, then flash again with ltplus-0251-v3.0.bin
    What exactly do you mean with "pre folder for stock"? (I've put orig-liteon_74850c.bin to firmware folder under JF and selected it as a target)

    And by "cycle drive of then on" you mean taking out the the little white cable out of the back of the drive (like for halt-open tray method?), wait for a few seconds and put it back in?

    Oh and, when I'm flashing, does the drive have to be in half-open tray mode, or just in normal closed state??

    Sorry if I'm anoying you guys, but I really don't wanna mess something up :/

    EDIT:

    I successfully flashed it back to stock, updated it to the latest DB and flashed it again to the latest LT+3.0 (had to do it in DosFlash since my drive got stuck when erasing flash and couldn't do it in JF...)

    (Another problem that I had was, I accidently pulled out SATA port from DVD Drvive LOL... got it back in somehow...)

    Anyway, thanks for the help Casca!


    Peace, Samo
    Last edited by samo1980; 12-09-2013 at 07:05 AM. Reason: Done

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