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  1. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=317852276104662&id=100036396753085 Hello fellow Xbox enthusiasts! I had some spare time this week and thought I'd pump out some PCBs to assist with the internal OGX360 installation that uses RELAYS. (The ogx360 was designed by Ryan Wendland and it allows you to use modern wireless controllers with the original Xbox. It's something that I really can't live without these days. lol.) You can certainly install the ogx360 without relays. In fact, Ryan designed a very nice (and tiny) USB Breakout Board for them and I've got all the custom cables for it. But, every once in a while I get a customer who would prefer to use relays for their internal ogx360 installation. (When you use a relay, a wired controller will automatically disconnect the ogx360. You unplug the controller and then it switches back to the ogx360. It's pretty neat and really good if you have kids or are frequently switching between a wired and wireless controller.) Tony Kuberka broke ground on using the relays and he made some really nice diagrams. The diagrams are great but are a little intimidating for the average modder because there are lots of wires to splice and you can really mess things up if you don't know what you're doing. Though I certainly don't mind splicing and wiring up things inside my Xboxes, I thought I'd make it easier for people to take advantage of the internal ogx360 installation using relays. I designed two different versions. The first uses only one PCB and the second uses two PCBs. You can checkout my Facebook page for the pictures. Once I receive the PCBs from the manufacturer and I've tested everything then I'll make another post. If you've wired up your own ogx360 with relays, I'd love to hear about it here. Cheers! @Ryzee119 @Anarchy42085
  2. tried to install the aladdin xt plus2 on my 1.6 and ... last connection i had to make didnt go well ... i feel bad the point didnt want to tin, ended up destroying the point and traces around it is there anyway can i fix this mess ? https://ibb.co/FY4vbT0 https://ibb.co/nRq48GJ (its my first time soldering dont be too mean on me lol) thanks for future inputs
  3. I got a SPI2PAR2019 kit and an HD44780 compliant screen and tried to wire it up last night but ran into some problems. The LCD just shows zeroes on the screen. When it first powers up, I see 2 of the 4 lines filled with solid-square characters (two full rows of solid boxes, rows 2 and 4). Then after the Xbox boots up further, the screen goes blank, then shows zeroes (see photo). I'm also seeing some flickering on the screen showing the zeroes. I checked the wiring diagram of the LCD I'm using and verified that points #1-16 correlate to points #1-16 on my LCD, so I don't think it's that. I also tried powering the arduino with a USB battery bank and that didn't make any difference. I have a 2nd LCD that showed the same issue. I have a 2nd spi2par but haven't wired that in yet. I've enabled LCD options in XBMC to no avail. SPI2PAR2019 from ChimericSystems.com White on Blue 20x4 LCD Character Display from CrystalFontz.com Wired through an OpenXenium modchip. Thoughts: Shorten wire going from spi2par to LCD. Try getting rid of the wire entirely and just soldering the spi2par straight onto the back of the LCD. Perhaps the spi2par doesn't come pre-programmed? Not sure how to tell if it is or not. (I asked the seller for details)
  4. Hey guys! I made a video guide on how to install / setup the OpenXenium modchip on a 1.6 OG xbox including an LPC rebuild installation. These chips are not much more than the Alladins prebuilt and significantly cheaper if you want to build one yourself. They're way more feature rich as well and support multiple bios' + LCD support. I'd highly recommend these chips my dudes. Enjoy and let me know if you have any questions.
  5. is there a guide to install game covers in xbmc4gamer? thank you
  6. Upon bootup my xbox goes as far as to displaying the XBOX screen and then freezes there, if I try to eject the tray the screen goes blank and flashes for a moment before bringing back up the XBOX screen. I've received no error and have yet to put in a recovery disc
  7. Came across a X3 box with LCD ad BIOS bank switches. The problem is the clock Cap leaked. I want to move it to a known good motherboard but the LPC wiring to the chip differs from this link. https://team-xecuter.com/x3/tutorials/x3pin1015.htm Is this the most up to date install manual for a X3 chip ?
  8. Hey guys, I decided to rig up a tutorial for everyone who's looking to try out or install an insane LED controller chip in their Xbox. These chips are now for sale for 45USD, please contact me directly for availability and purchase. XERC CME (Case Modders Edition) was manufactured by Sickmods back in 2005. This chip has disappeared off the market a long time ago and is very difficult to obtain a real one. With a bunch of research and work and finding contacts this chip was able to be cloned. Installation Manual PDF: http://www.mediafire.com/file/2v72kovhkxk3am2/xerc_users_manual.pdf/file If you haven't downloaded the PDF file i can give you a run down on what the chip can do. Power Console On and Off via Xbox remote. Eject or close DVD tray on the fly with remote. Audio LED pulsation, LED's pulse to the sound of your Xbox. Remote configuration, setup and configure the buttons the way you want. LED chaser Mode, toggle through modes changes the LED chase patterns with remote. Speed up or Slow down led sequence. SmartXX OS boot Support Connects to MS DVD Dongle internally for menu browsing with remote (Perfect for XBMC media) Installation - (Motherboard to Chip) There are points on the Xerc CME chip which need to be connected to the bottom of the Xbox motherboard depending on which version you have. Details of Chip: LED +/- (Indicator light for the chip used for configuration of the remote and initiation when plugged in.) +5V (5 Volt Power Source, connect to the 5 volt source on the Xbox mother board, Powers LED's) PWR (Power, connects to the power on the Xbox motherboard) GND (Ground, connects to the grounding on the Xbox motherboard) PO (PowerON or RF, detects if the console is powered on, connects to the PO on motherboard) DB (Drive Button or Eject Button, the chip is able to eject your DVD drive by Remote, connects to the eject button port on motherboard) PB (Power Button, the chip is able to power your console on or off via remote if connected to the motherboards PB point) IRd (Infrared Signal, connects to the IRd point on IR receiver.) IR- (Infrared grounding, connects to the grounding IR-minus point of the IR Receiver) IR+ (Infrared power, connects to the power IR+ point of the IR Receiver) PB5 (Not Used, mainly for people who want to program in another mode) PB4 (VU Meter for the chip, Connects to the Audio L point on the motherboard) PA7 (Not Used, mainly for people who want to program in another mode) +5V Square (power point for the LED's, connect the power side of your LED's directly to the chip. H1 (Port 1 of the led Chaser mode (Grounding point for LED's)) H2 (Port 2 of the led Chaser mode (Grounding point for LED's)) H3 (Port 3 of the led Chaser mode (Grounding point for LED's)) H4 (Port 4 of the led Chaser mode (Grounding point for LED's)) H5 (Port 5 of the led Chaser mode (Grounding point for LED's)) H6 (Port 6 of the led Chaser mode (Grounding point for LED's)) H7 (Port 7 of the led Chaser mode (Grounding point for LED's)) - if Firmware Supports (P12 & Higher) Installation - (Chip to LEDs) you can essentially use your own schematic for LED's but this is a diagram on how they connect in sequence. the chip simply shuts off one of the chaser ports and turns on the adjacent port making the LED's chase each other in a pattern, according to this diagram its for 3mm blue LED's with a total of 34 LED's in the top Lid. H1 port requires a 22 ohm Resistor and H2-H6 requires a 15 ohm resistor. Port H7 is not used in this diagram but could be rigged up in parallel. if you are unsure about what resistance to use per LED here is a link to calculate what ohms you need: https://www.kitronik.co.uk/blog/led-resistor-value-calculator/ In Color: In Power/Ground: Installation - (Chip to Microsoft DVD Dongle) Connecting to the MS Dongle requires a 1N4148 Switching Signal Diode so the chip is able to detect and switch over to menu browsing. you can buy these on E-bay for dirt cheap. This is the Installation of it in an Xbox: Final Result
  9. I ftp over the skins and no luck having them show up in my system , there in ... E\Skin but don't show up on system just show in file explorer (1.6 box softmod , Xunleash ) Any TIPs?
  10. Hello guys in meanwhile i am playing with my other xboxes i am busy to install my working xbox with emustation xbmc and coinops. Whatis the best way to install coinops. Now i have coinops 8 on the xbox and dont want to interrupt the files while overwriting them with ninja because it take a long time to transfer with ftp. I thought this is the way Coinops 8 massive then overwrite with coinops ninja massive--->ninja massive adon pack---->and ninja massive gapfiller Is that right or do i need a different order or something else. Thanks
  11. OK, So the moment i joined i quickly rapid fired 10 posts so that i could download XVGM I quickly realized i had 0 idea what i was doing. After a bit of fiddling today i got the .xmv's to display. the insight came after buggering with adding xmv to menu items. once i allowed myself to get past the menu items and try a game it worked..... because. Simply having the preview in the game folder as preview.xmv will display the preview.... now i understand what cbgames talks about when "tricking the video" its like having an image with the video embedded..... so much brain power!! Anyways. Getting back to the menu items. In the unleashX settings\system i found "allow menu edit" this is typically turned off sort of like a safe guard for users that shouldnt be tampering. so you turn it on and then you are able to manually select the preview video for that menu item it adds to the context menu that appears when you press start on a menu item.... COOL. So now all the XMV are working.... and hot damn. unleashx transformed. silly thing. the skin wont stay as default.? it resets on reboot. any ideas for me?
  12. Hi im new to this forum but not new to modding . soon I will be installing an alladin plus x2 chip in my version 1.6 xbox therefore hard modding it . I seen where people are putting xbmc origins on their softmodded x boxes but find little information on getting a dashboard as such on it after I hard modded it ? so please 1.could somebody point me towards a prebuilt xbmc origins with instructions on how to install after I have successfully hard modded my xbox note: I will be using a ide to sata adapter to use a 2 tb hd or larger in the system 2. I plan to ftp my game files over to the hd another question I have. Can I use the hard drive as an external hard drive after I have installed a front end and transfer all my files at once with an external sata to usb adapter ? Past mod exp is n3ds ps2 softmod and hard mod with 4tb hd wii loaded softmod wii u softmod loaded sega dreamcast complete library with flash sd slot Moderator: Topic Title changed from Aladdin Chip Modder to Aladdin Chip Modder - XBmc Origins Installation, How?
  13. PROBLEM SOLVED check the thread for the answer. Hello, an unusual problem shown up. After ram installation, Xbox started to frag, decided to resolder every leg. After this, system does nothing when the Power Button is clicked. Tried with another power supply, same result. Removed the ram chips, cleared the joints, same thing. It only tries to boot, the led on the Ethernet port blinks once - then nothing else. - Xbox Motherboard 1.2 - TSOP-ed with ind bios 5003 - Ethernet port led blinks once (the front panel leds are not active at all) - RAM chips look to be counterfeit because they have SAMAUNG on it, not SAMSUNG (but after their removal, the problem is still here) Can somebody point on where I should dig, please?
  14. I already know how to use the tools to softmod. But where can I learn about how the game exploits are used to softmod, from a technical point of view? Like with Splinter Cell, you load up a bad save, there's a buffer overrun somewhere, jumps to some arbitrary code that XXXX? I assume the exploit code installs a new dashboard and everything, but doesn't Xbox also do a signature check to make sure that the code is signed before allowing it to run?
  15. Used to allow the cloning of hard drives for softmodded consoles. Burn it to a disc. Features are : check connected drives, hard drive cloning, check security status, locking/unlocking (never unlock your original hard drive. EVER!!), shell commands, etc. Awesome tool to have! http://www.mediafire.com/file/uhwj037vsb6gj3s/Chimp2618.zip

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