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I've got a couple of those chips in my spares box. I used to be able to get XBox consoles super cheap and easily before covid, like less than £10 each. A lot of them came with hard mods. Most of which were not working for whatever reason so I just used to remove them and TSOP or drop an Aladdin in. 

I keep thinking about chucking them up on ebay just to get rid. 

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2 hours ago, nikeymikey said:

I've got a couple of those chips in my spares box. I used to be able to get XBox consoles super cheap and easily before covid, like less than £10 each. A lot of them came with hard mods. Most of which were not working for whatever reason so I just used to remove them and TSOP or drop an Aladdin in. 

I keep thinking about chucking them up on ebay just to get rid. 

Yeah, that's what I did too. Just tons of them with hard mod chips in them from the early to mid 2000's. I was going to toss these up on Ebay too. But they hate mod chips and they'll typically tear down any posts that has them these days unfortunately. 

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I have one 1.6 running the Executer 2.6..   like others here anything 1.6 gets a mod chip everything else just gets TSOP’d.

That said I also have an Executer 3 with the lite face panel and LCD on a 1.4, but it was a friends so I wanted to keep it as he made it.  As its go so much history to it. One day he will want it back……. 

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32 minutes ago, CryogeniumFocus said:

For me it's simple:

1.6 - Raspberry Pico modchip

anything lower - TSOP unless I'm specifically interested to get PrometheOS going. (speaking of which... is PrometheOS possible on a Xecuter 2 Lite?)

Never tried the Pico mod, so may have to do one just because.

Regarding PrometheOS on the Executer,  cant answer that but there will be someone here that will know 100%  

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On 6/10/2024 at 8:52 PM, CryogeniumFocus said:

For me it's simple:

1.6 - Raspberry Pico modchip

anything lower - TSOP unless I'm specifically interested to get PrometheOS going. (speaking of which... is PrometheOS possible on a Xecuter 2 Lite?)

It seems not. From the PrometheOS read me..

 Release: V1.3.0                                                         *
*                                                                            *
*    Added: Support For Xchanger V2.5 Modchip                                *
*    Added: Support For Xecuter 3 (Purple) + CE Edition (White/Red) Chips    *
*    Added: Support For Xecuter 3/CE, Backup Recovery Bank Flash & Launch    *
*    Fixed: Legacy Xenium Support                                            *
*    Added: LCD Support For Xecuter 3/CE                                     *
*    Added: LCD Support For For Aladdin                                      *
*    Added: Take Screenshots Of Prometheos Menu Via Web GUI                  *
*    Fixed: Issues With Cerbios HD Settings Not Saving                       *
*    Fixed: Strange Behaviour With Cerbios Ini Not Loading                   *
*    Fixed: Numerous Reported Bugs                                           *
*    Improved: VSC HDD Unlocking Times                                       *
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