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Version 3.2500.1 CodeAsm REDACTED (Mail, pm or chat for more info) Tweeter twit CodeAsm_
5-5-2015
[Incomplete version list Xbox, These are not the versions you are looking for.]
[Some note removed or altered for internet storage savety. ]


????    XDK Alpha I SDK xxxxx
????    Alpha II Feb 2001, while mfc is 4/4/01     Mfc: 4/4/01 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
????    XDK May 2000 xxxxxxx
3113
3146.2 Leaked (REC?)ISO        1-11-2000 November XDK
3146.3 ALPHA December 2000 XDK         15-12-2000 December XDK (also 16-12)    ISO is 11.2 MB (11,810,816 bytes)xxxxxx

xxxxx note*)
3223.1                                     ISO is 13.3 MB (14,024,704 bytes)xxxxxx
3224   February 2001 XDK and SDK , REC own
3306
3308
3331.1 March 2001 XDK and SDK xxxxxxxRecovery (nice side way dash) (7-03-2001 April XDK)
3332.1 LeakLeak video 01, REC, old style dash
3424.1 April 2001 XDK and SDK     (03.01.01 - New for April XDK release)
3507
3514
3521.1  <<< Microsoft Xbox XDK (1.0.3521.1) (2001-05) > May 2001 XDK and SDK symbols
3604
3618
3633.1 Alpha SDK SYM (June 01) 
3722
3813
3821
3823.1 Oldest for DVT3 (fixing an DVT3 on xxxxxxxxx) Oldest acording to xxxxxx for DVT3
3845\
3907
3911 August XDK 2001 (( Final Hardware Recovery) (build on WIN2000 5. 2134/2195 ? 5.1.2258.400) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxt 

2001 final x08-46850

----------------------------------------------------------------- Retail? -------------------------------------------------------------------
3925.1 Retail? XDK xxxxxx
3944 <
4000
4023
4024
4028
4033
4034.1 (internet source KERNEL MCPX is X3 httxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxd=50 (dash may be higher...)
4039 <
4119
4120
4121
4125
4134.? <
4134.6     01/29/2002    December 2001 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes    Release Histoxxxxx
4134.7     03/19/2002    December 2001 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes    Release History    ''
4224 <
4228
4229
4234
4235
4242     01/19/2002    February 2002 XDK        
4242.2    03/15/2002    February 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes    ''
4300
4344
4346
4348
4354
4361     02/28/2002    March 2002 XDK                 Accession SDK ownSDK (Accession)
4361.2    03/15/2002    March 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
4400             (xxxxxx source ?) Barnabas XDK, SDK
4432    03/29/2002    April 2002 XDK
4504.1 2002 Live Beta (kernel and dash) internet source (MCPX-X2 code asswell)
4531    04/28/2002    May 2002 XDK
4604.1 2002 Live beta consolexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: N 
4627.1     06/05/2002    June 2002 XDK                     June WAM  SDK
4721    06/26/2002    Juli 2002 XDK
4817     Kernel only? source interwebs, MCPX is X3 htxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx=50
4818
4831    07/31/2002    August 2002 XDK
4831.5    08/23/2002    August 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
4831.6    08/29/2002    August 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
4831.8    09/12/2002    August 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
4831.9    10/18/2002    August 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
4928    08/28/2002    September 2002 XDK                parts
4928.2    09/12/2002    September 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
4928.3    10/03/2002    September 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes        parts
4928.4    10/18/2002    September 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
4928.7    03/18/2003    September 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes         recovery
5028    10/04/2002    October 2002 XDK
5028.3    10/18/2002    October 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
5028.4    03/18/2003    October 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes        iso?
5101 < Internet source
5120.1    10/31/2002    November 2002 XDK                (parts andxxxxxxxx?)
5120.3    03/18/2003    November 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes 
5120.4    04/09/2003    November 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes 
5209                                        ARCDDASH, Segaboot (other libs are: 5028)
5233.1    12/12/2002    December 2002 XDK
5233.3    02/17/2003    December 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes 
5233.4    03/18/2003    December 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes 
5233.5    04/09/2003    December 2002 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes 
5344.1    02/04/2003    February 2003 XDK
5344.2    02/17/2003    February 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes 
5344.3    03/18/2003    February 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes 
5344.4    04/09/2003    February 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes 
5455.1 04/18/2003    April 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes                 XDK
5455.2    04/18/2003    April 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
5530 < Internet source
5558.1    05/30/2003    June 2003 XDK                        Recovery own
5558.2    06/20/2003    June 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes                        
5558.4    10/03/2003    June 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
5659.1     07/30/2003    August 2003 XDK                        Recovery own, XDK also
5659.2    09/30/2003    August 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
5659.3  (could be that this is the recovery?
5659.4    10/03/2003    August 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes
5659.5    11/20/2003    August 2003 XDK with Intergrated Hotfixes  
5713  < Internet source
5788.1  11/11/2003    November 2003 XDK      XDK Setup
5838 (kernel) < Internet source.
5849.0            recoveries        [xxxx]
5849.1 and SDK REC
5849.6            (remote)recoveries        [xxxxxxxxe]
5933.1 and SDK        Remote recoverie        [lxxxxxxxxve] (I own a version aswell)
5960.01 DAS (internet source

txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I got the 3146.3 iso from assemblergames, I noticed:
A regular CDFS (not xbox) iso.
DOS files (modded DOS 7.1 (win 98)) in the root
A very NT-like boot sector.

If you've seen those videos of early xbox alpha devkits, note the flash of 'Starting..' - that's io.sys.

-------------------------------------------Xbox 360 -------------------------------------------------------
2.0.nnnnn.n XX where xx is the newest board supported

AlphaTower
Xenon        nov 2005
Zephyr        may 2007
Falcon        aug 2007
Opus        july 2008
Jasper        nov 2008
Jasper/Kronos    mid 2009
Trinity/Velje    may 2010
Corona        aug 2011


SDK's:
XDKSetupXenon6274.exe
XDKSetupXenon8276.exe
XDKSetupXenon11164.1
XDKSetupXenon11427
XDKSetupXenon11511
XDKSetupXenon11626
 
Recoveries:
XDKRecoveryXenon111641Setup.exe
XDKRecoveryXenon11164Setup.exe
XDKRecoveryXenon11511Setup.exe
XDKRecoveryXenon11775Setup.exe
XDKRecoveryXenon120871Internal.exe
XDKRecoveryXenon20353.exe
XDKRecoveryXenon20764.10.exe
XDKRecoveryXenon21076.6.exe
 
Non remote recoveries:
1888_Xenon_Recovery.iso
4929_Xenon_Recovery.iso
5426_Xenon_Recovery.iso
7776_Xenon_Recovery.iso
7978_Xenon_Recovery.iso
8276_Xenon_Recovery.iso
9328_Xenon_Recovery.iso
9328.0_Xenon_Recovery.iso
9328.5_Xenon_Recovery.iso
9328.9_Xenon_Recovery.iso //2 versions: 1st) 483.700.736 bytes, MD5: 7C3E4F6620F76E19095623735F8180F0 2nd) 301.434.880 bytes,
                                MD5: BDDF51AB55DE08FD223564BB0D0C49A4. first is hacked up and bricks your shit.
6995.1_Xenon_Recovery.iso
11164.1_Xenon_Recovery.iso
11164.3_Xenon_Recovery.iso
11775.3_Xenon_Recovery.iso
20353_Xenon_Recovery.iso
20871.2_Xenon_Recovery.iso //and 20871.2_Xenon_Recovery_with_Symbols.zip
 
XDK's:
XDKSetupXenon6274.exe
XDKSetupXenon6534.exe
XDKSetupXenon7645.1
XDKSetupXenon8276.exe
XDKSetupXenon11164.3.exe
XDKSetupXenon20871.2.exe
XDKSetupXenon21076.11.exe
XDKSetupXenon21119.0.exe //? need to verify
 
other fanciful files:
xdk-xna-extensions.msi //add XNA extensions to XDK, leaked from dev site
 
 


XDK Kernel
Version         Flash Version     Comment (Most are XeDK, other just version numbers)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2.0.0198.0     2.0.????.0     First XDK Launcher Alpha 1
2.0.0417.0    ??????????    Giano code May (27) 2004
2.0.0418.0    ??????????    Giano code May (27) 2004
2.0.0422.0    ??????????    Giano code May (27) 2004
2.0.1232.0     2.0.????.0     Second XDK Launcher Alpha 2
2.0.1616.7          2.0.????.0          Seen on beta 007 kit.
2.0.1640.0          2.0.????.0          Seen on beta kit.
2.0.1746.1          2.0.????.0          Seen on a beta kit. First with keyvaults.
2.0.1800.0    2.0.????.0    ??? Nov 22, 2005    
2.0.1810.5         2.0.????.0          XeDK
2.0.1838.0          2.0.1838.0          XeDK
2.0.1838.1 BETA    2.0.1838.1     Beta Launcher
2.0.1839.2     2.0.????.0     XeDK release Dashboard
2.0.1861.0       2.0.1861.0          XeDK (First w/ XEX2)
2.0.1888.0     2.0.1888.0     XeDK
2.0.2099.9     2.0.????.0     XeDK
2.0.2099.11 BETA    2.0.????.0         XeDK - Seen on a beta kit.
2.0.2135.0     2.0.????.0     XeDK
2.0.2255.0    2.0.????.0    ??? Jan 30, 2006
2.0.2417.0     2.0.2241.0     XeDK
2.0.2638.0     2.0.2258.0     XeDK
2.0.2638.0     2.0.2419.0     XeDK
2.0.2920.0     2.0.2832.0     XeDK - Remote includes 1888, 2241, 2255, 2258 and 2832
2.0.3215.0     2.0.2853.0     XeDK
2.0.3424.0     2.0.2858.0     XeDK
2.0.4314.0     2.0.4308.0     XeDK
2.0.4548.0    2.0.????.0    ???
2.0.4802.0     2.0.????.0     XeDK
2.0.4929.0     2.0.4548.0     XeDK
2.0.5426.0     2.0.4548.0     XeDK - Last recovery KK exploit works
2.0.5632.0     2.0.4548.0     XeDK - Remote includes 4548 and 5632
2.0.5787.0     2.0.????.0     XeDK - ISO image in game format
2.0.6132.0     2.0.5759.0     XeDK
2.0.6274.0     2.0.5759.0     XeDK
2.0.6534.0     2.0.5759.0     XeDK - Remote includes 5787 (no 5759 ?)
2.0.6534.4     2.0.6683.0     XeDK
2.0.6707.0     2.0.????.0     XeDK
2.0.6995.0     2.0.6690.0     XeDK
2.0.6995.1     2.0.6690.0     XeDK
2.0.7645.0     2.0.6690.0     XeDK - Remote includes 6690
2.0.7645.1     2.0.6690.0     XeDK
2.0.7776.0     2.0.6719.0     XeDK
2.0.7776.1     2.0.6719.0     XeDK
2.0.7978.0     2.0.7342.0     XeDK - First on NXE
2.0.7978.3     2.0.7359.0     XeDK
2.0.8276.0     2.0.7366.0     XeDK
2.0.8953.0     2.0.????.0     XeDK
2.0.8955.0    2.0.????.0    ???
2.0.8955.1     2.0.????.0    ???
2.0.9177.0      2.0.9177.0      XeDK - Seen on beta XDK S, has a dumb flash number
2.0.9328.0     2.0.8464.0     XeDK - Remote includes 8464 and 7366
2.0.9328.5     2.0.8498.0     XeDK
2.0.9328.8     2.0.????.0     XeDK
2.0.9328.9     2.0.8955.0     XeDK - DO NOT RUN THE LEAKED ISO RECOVERY it was edited by TheFallen93 (afaik) and others to brick kits. You can find the real 9328.9 iso around though with filesize 301,434,880 bytes
2.0.11164.0     2.0.9189.0     XeDK
2.0.11164.1     2.0.9189.0     XeDK
2.0.11511.0     2.0.11025.0     XeDK
2.0.11626.0     2.0.?????.0     XeDK
2.0.11626.1     2.0.?????.0     XeDK
2.0.11763.0     2.0.12334.0    Rare Prototype Kinect Dashboard
2.0.11775.0        2.0.?????.0     XeDK
2.0.11775.3     2.0.12387.0     XeDK - ISO leaked from chinese forums, remote includes 12387 and 9199
2.0.11776.3     2.0.?????.0     XeDK
2.0.12087.1    2.0.?????.0         XeDK
2.0.12293.0     2.0.?????.0     XeDK
2.0.12387.0     2.0.?????.0     XeDK
2.0.15574.0     2.0.?????.0    ??? (ebay source)
2.0.16756.0    2.0.?????.0    ???
2.0.17150.0    2.0.?????.0    ??? Dec 11, 2014 (wiki)
2.0.20353.0     2.0.12611.0     XeDK - Remote leaked from MS server
2.0.20353.2     2.0.12625.0     XeDK
2.0.20500.1     2.0.13139.0     XeDK 
2.0.20764.10   2.0.13146.0      XeDK
2.0.21076.6     2.0.14699.0     XeDK
2.0.21119.0     2.0.14719.0      XeDK
2.0.21119.10   2.0.?????.0       XeDK
2.0.21173.8     2.0.15574.0      XeDK
2.0.21173.8     2.0.16154.0      XeDK
2.0.21250.2     2.0.16197.0      XeDK
2.0.21250.7     2.0.16202.0      XeDK
 
RANDOM NOTES:
9328.9_Xenon_Recovery.iso //2 versions: 1st) 483.700.736 bytes, MD5: 7C3E4F6620F76E19095623735F8180F0
        2nd) 301.434.880 bytes, MD5: BDDF51AB55DE08FD223564BB0D0C49A4. first is hacked up and bricks your shit.
 
other fanciful files:
xdk-xna-extensions.msi //adds XNA extensions to XDK, leaked from XDS


how to remove digital signatures and help protect the guilty
 
EXES (XDKSetupXenonxxxx.exe, XDKRecoveryXenonxxxx.exe)
open EXE in hex editor and search for (in hex)
A21E801C
if more than one thing appears search for 5A30583033060A2B06010401823702010F3025030100A020A21E801C
 
once you find that, either delete or null everything that comes after the 1C
 
funny, this can also be used in reverse to identify the leakers, or tell if you have originals :)
 
nvm this part:
Xenon_Recovery, Xenon_Recovery.iso, _Xenon_Recovery, _Xenon_Recovery.iso, xxxx_Xenon_Recovery_with_Symbols.zip, 

_Xenon_Recovery_with_Symbols.zip, Xenon_Recovery_with_Symbols.zip, XDKSetupXenon, XDKSetupXenon.exe, XDKRecoveryXenon, 

XDKRecoveryXenon.exe, 11164.1_Xenon_Recovery.iso , 11164.3_Xenon_Recovery.iso, XDKRecoveryXenon20353.exe, 20353_Xenon_Recovery.iso, 

1888_Xenon_Recovery.iso, 5426_Xenon_Recovery.iso, 4929_Xenon_Recovery.iso


https://xds.xbox.com/xbox360/data/1033/xdksoftware/download/XDKSetupXenon9328.9.exe
https://xds.xbox.com/xbox360/data/1033/xdksoftware/download/XDKSetupXenon11164.1.exe
https://xds.xbox.com/xbox360/data/1033/xdksoftware/download/snorkel.exe


----------------------------------- Xbox one -------------------------------------------------------------

Giano (21 December 2010, kernel only)
Durango

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Wordlist
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XDK     Xbox Devolepment kit (xbox part)
SDK     Software Devolepment kit (PC)
REC     Recovery
SYM     Symbols
KER     Kernel
DAS     Dashboard
FIL     File (a loose file has been identified with this version
LIB    Library (part of xbe or software kit in wich diferences version.)
DOC     A documentation notion of official source
NOT    A unofficial notion of this version, still reverencing an MS source
INC    Incorrect number, probebly homebrew

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codeasm    1

Thats my list :P
newest updates can be found http://codeasm.com/xbox/Kernel_Dash_versions.htm

Im still working on that list, its not entirely correct (not all version numbers have a kernel with them)
Its actualy more like a Build revision list, and some kernels have various versions of Libraries compiled and linked to them.

Ill update the list when I have the time, and I also plan on adding md5 hashes to confirm for you if you have a virgin clean file or someone modded it, or its a diferent version :D

I ocourse am open for suggestions and hint towards new files (also for the 360 and ONE am working with some other people to get those updated)

Have a nice day :D

 

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1 hour ago, codeasm said:

Thats my list :P
newest updates can be found http://codeasm.com/xbox/Kernel_Dash_versions.htm

Im still working on that list, its not entirely correct (not all version numbers have a kernel with them)
Its actualy more like a Build revision list, and some kernels have various versions of Libraries compiled and linked to them.

Ill update the list when I have the time, and I also plan on adding md5 hashes to confirm for you if you have a virgin clean file or someone modded it, or its a diferent version :D

I ocourse am open for suggestions and hint towards new files (also for the 360 and ONE am working with some other people to get those updated)

Have a nice day :D

 

That is awesome! I enjoyed going through it and referencing it.

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      I recreated the Soundcard to build a completely working alpha kit for myself as the original Alpha soundcards are as rare as the original alphas. If you need one for your build just drop me a message and I can build a couple more!
       

       
       
      Graphics Card:
      The video card is an important part of this build so here’s a little extra information about that part.
      The Card needs to be an NV20 Core Card with 64mb. 32MB cards might also work but we want to be as close as possible so buy a 64mb card to not get into trouble!
      I successfully tested 2 card from 2 different vendors:
      -Medion MS-8838 Geforce3 200ti
      -MVGA-NVG3T2A 64MB
       
      Many other NV20 core cards should work and I gladly extend that list if you used another card on your build! J
      Flashing the engineering Bios is NOT needed it is only a cosmeticall detail you might enjoy.
      The motherboard does also not need to be on a special Bios version or anything.
       
      Troubleshooting:
      You Get a blinking black cursor and no Xbox boot animation?
      ->You might have forgotten to install the Lan card, got a wrong one or your Nvidia Card is not supported!
      Your DVD-drive doesn’t spin up and you end up with an intel Network card boot/bios Screen?
      ->Something might have gone wrong with the CD you burned or your drive can’t read the cd-r!
      Could also be a problem with the boot order!  Check that in the Bios the dvd drive should be the first boot device!
       
      If you have any questions about the build or anything just drop me a PM!

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