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XBReboot v0.05 8955_1 for Zephyr, Falcon and Jasper-16 is out!

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243w ago - As a follow-up to the previous release comes XBReboot v0.05 8955_1 for Zephyr, Falcon and Jasper-16 today.

They are all available with the latest 8955_1 patch revision now, so each 16mb motherboard can now run XBR v0.05 8955_1!

Only support for Jasper 256/512mb motherboards is still missing now. Don't forget to inject your own KeyVault and Config before flashing.

Download: XBR Zephyr 8955_1 / XBR Falcon 8955_1 / XBR Jasper 16 8955_1 / 360 Flash Tool v0.90 / FindSecData v0.61

XBReboot Block Layout:

Ox00 - 0x2F 4548 boot FW
0x30 - 0x3F Backup Xell
0x40 - 0x4F XBRfw.bin Rebooter core
0x50 - 0xBF Patch.bin Kernel and patches
0xC0 - 0x?? Flash file system

Version: XBRfw 0.5beta Initial
The fw version need not change for any given Patch.bin

Patch.bin...
 

Free60 JTAG Hack for Falcon XBox 360 Motherboards Released!

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251w ago - Today tmbinc has released the Free60 JTAG Hack for Falcon XBox 360 motherboards, to compliment the previous release for Xenon boards.

Download: Free60 JTAG Hack for Falcon Motherboards

To quote, from the NFO File: Finally the Falcon JTAG Hack is here This is newest XELL (compiled 05.10.09) inserted into 5770 Falcon-Kernel.

Don't wonder about the Filesize, its correct like that. It just flashes the beginning of the NAND so your console specific data like MAC adress will stay.

Of course you should have a working backup of your NAND before you proceed.

Just flash with:

LPT
nandpro lpt: -w16 falcon_hack.bin 0

USB
nandpro usb: -w16 falcon_hack.bin 0

SMC-JTAG Hack Wiring

DB1F1 ---|(|--- J2D2.1
RFUnit 2nd row, 2nd Pin ---|(|---- J2D2.2
J2D2.4 --------- J2D2.7

!USE THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!
 

New cable cut compounds net woes

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338w ago - A submarine cable in the Middle East has been snapped, adding to global net problems caused by breaks in two lines under the Mediterranean on Wednesday.

The Falcon cable, owned by a firm which operates another damaged cable, led to a "critical" telecom breakdown, according to one local official.

The cause of the latest break has not been confirmed but a repair ship has been deployed, said owner Flag Telecom.

The earlier break disrupted service in Egypt, the Middle East and India.

"The situation is critical for us in terms of congestion," Omar Sultan, chief executive of Dubai's ISP DU, told The Associated Press, following the most recent break.

Wednesday's incident caused disruption to 70% of the nationwide internet network in Egypt on Wednesday, while India suffered up to 60% disruption.

Flag Telecom said a repair ship was expected to arrive at the site of the first break - 8.3km from Alexandria in Egypt - on 5 February, with repair work expected to take a week.

A repair ship deployed to the second break - 56km from Dubai - was expected to arrive at the site in the "next few days", the firm said.

Web returns

The first cable - the Fiber-Optic Link Around the Globe (FLAG) - was cut at 0800 on 30 January, the...
 
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