Per scaricare il “Repack” corretto: www.eurasia.nu

Il tempo di testarlo sulle mie Slim & Phat Jasper (è un firmware basato su SDK e si sà i problemi che ha la versione 2.60 della relativa controparte erano tutti nelle Jasper con NAND BigBlock e nell’RGH2.0 non ancora supportato).

Aggiornamento: E’ on-line la guida, leggetela bene sino in fondo!

Solo dopo aver letto bene decidete se entrare in Fusion! -> Vai alla Guida

Nuova guida per poter riflash’are la console senza Xell-Reloaded  – Vai alla Guida
(dopo Fusion ad esempio)

Appena testato provvederò (ovviamente se è il caso, se senza rischi come quando si aggiorna normalmente la Dashboard già ora con J-Runner) a creare una guida per chi volesse passare già ora a Fusion, anche se con il senno di poi è sempre meglio attendere che facciano da cavie persone come mè in grado di risaldare il NAND-X e flash’are via hardware in caso di blocchi o schermate nere, ovviamente ipotesi non troppo remota, dato che sempre nell’SDK basta dimenticare la parte residente su hard-Disk del System per avere una console che non si avvia più.. e Fusion a costo di ripetermi è in pratica un ibrido tra versione Dashboard/NAND SDK e Retail con l’aggiunta di funzioni innovative e uniche implementate dal Team di sviluppo interno al Team Xecuter.

Il file che andrete a scaricare contiene una ISO da masterizzare e il software per creare la NAND da spalmare nel solito modo sulla console RGH (non è compatibile con la vecchia modalità di JTAG), questo comporta che la parte del tutto che coinvolge l’Hard-Disk (o periferica di storage adatta, incognita questa al momento) è gestita inserendo il disco una volta masterizzato nella console, e non come con l’SDK gestito preventivamente spostando manualmente le cartelle relative alla versione del Kernel Dashboard in uso magari via FTP o XBOX360 Neighborhood.

Comunque di seguito parte del file info allegato al Pack:

Xecuter Fusion v1.0.7 BETA (REPACK)

May 24th 2012

Fusion_Setup_v1.0.7.exe 524c8938e53f2b305c2bfb13c8830eef

Fusion_Bootdisk_v1.0.7.iso d0f85783c9ef11a9a335a99610f07b03

REPACK NOTES: Sorry there were some cache files and other junk in the iso that shouldn’t have been there (fail) – 150MB+ of spaced now saved – thanks LwIp & Natelx for your eagle eyes :p

This is a beta release. It is not meant for noobs so you are expected to have a clue. Use it at your own risk. If you break it or if Fusion breaks something then that’s just tough. We are not your mom. You have been warned.

For Fusion help, support, bug reports, feedback etc please use the Fusion Support Forums: http://www.team-xecuter.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=187

Do not ask for download links. We do not host the files and do not give the files to anyone who asks. They can be found in the usual places.

Do not ask where the usual places are either.

 

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########### FEATURES ###########

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Requirements:

RGH/RGH2 Console (JTAG Not Supported)

 

+ Turns console into full devkit

– Console has full devkit functionality

– Test kits have debugging and memory editing capabilities

– Partnernet has been blocked

– Slim devs that show up as test kits now show up as full devs

 

+ XEX security checks removed

– Region checks removed

– Bounding path checks removed

– Library version checks removed

– Module import version checks removed

– Media id checks removed

– Module hash checks removed

 

+ XGD security removed

– Bypass xgd authentication, loads retail game disks

– AP2.5 checks removed

 

+ Run retail executables

– Executables checked with devkit rsa key, if signature fails it is loaded with retail encryption keys

 

+ Container security checks removed

– Rsa signature check removed

– License checks removed

– Arcade games run as full, even when extracted

 

+ Xbdm.xex

– Mounts all internal drives

– Mounts Firmware folder

 

+ Hud.xex

– “Family Settings” changed to “Firmware Settings”, runs config manager on press

 

+ Dash.xex

– Games copied to the hard drive via the dashboard no longer require the disk to be in the drive to be played

 

+ Fusion added features

– Boot in safe mode by pressing eject to boot (dev only)

– Loads alternate system files from Firmware\Kernel\

– Both devkit and retail hardware/accessories work

– Switch between retail or devkit system link encryption

– Switch between retail or devkit system encryption

– Bypass booting to dev launcher

– Pair any dvd drive to console

– Display cpukey, dvdkey and other important information

– Both retail and devkit profiles can be used simultaneously

– Multi disk games can be ran from hdd without problems

– Trainer launcher accessible through hot-key launch

 

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########### NOTES ###########

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- The custom boot animation has a small side effect where the console will take a bit longer to boot. The reason for this is that the animation does not start playing at first boot, rather it plays once the console is fully booted. It is being worked on and will be fixed soon.

 

- Multi-Disk Games -

Multi disk games can now be run from the hard drive and still function properly when the game requests to switch disks. In order for Fusion to auto detect and switch to the next disk of a game, the game must be put into a special folder structure. Every disk for the game needs to be ripped to its own folder named disc1, disc2, etc. Each disk folder must be placed inside a folder just for that game.

 

Here is an example folder hierarchy:

 

\Battlefield 3\

\Battlefield 3\disc1\

\Battlefield 3\disc1\…

\Battlefield 3\disc2\

\Battlefield 3\disc2\…

 

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########### MAIN ADVANTAGES & FEATURES ###########

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- Retail Keys added in to allow use of anything that would work on a retail console. This includes hardware and software. Games like rockband require the retail keys to work.

This was a problem in the past and therefore rockband was unable to be “backed up”. This also allows the user to use retail and XDK user profiles. Making it convenient instead of having to resign a profile to work with dev or vice versa. Your profiles will also get resigned but it’s resigned with retail keys.

 

- System link. Our system link in fusion will allow you to system link between dev and retail with no problems. Ping limit also removed out of the box so no need to run an app to do this.

- DVD Pairing. Tired of manually pairing your drive to the console? all you have to do once fusion is installed is pop the drive in and hit “Pair Drive”. You do not even need your dvd key from the keyvault or from the drive to perform this.

- Custom Boot Animations. The current video animation is hard coded at the moment. For future releases the end user will be able to fully customize the stock boot animation.

- Trainer Launcher. An SDK is being built for this. However, its currently ready and in place for use. Once the SDK is ready itll make it easier for users to make their own trainers and game hacks.

- Multi-Disc Game Support. Unlike previous rebooters and other hacked kernels. Our multi-disc support works much better. Once finished with the first disc the console will automatically find the next disc and load it as long as its in the proper file structure.

- Debug XEXs. Our kernel will run both retail and debug xexs. Even if the retail flag is not set in place. For example the leaked Forza 2 dev build on usenet and other developer beta games and apps.

- Arcade Patch. This was previously attempted in rebooters and such like freeboot. However, it was never 100% perfect and didnt work for every game. This patch was redone for full compatibility.

- Easier Access to DVD and CPU key. Tired of having to run xell every time you needed a cpukey? All you have to do now is go into Firmware Settings and you now have easy access to this info.

- HDD Load. RGLoader uses something similar to this by loading the flash files from HDD. However, ours loads 10x faster. This means no lag or choppiness when running anything.

- ISO Install of HDD files. Nuff said. Absolutely no need to install files to hdd manually. Once you install the flash image just run the iso in the console and itll install those files for you. This also means there is no need to go hunting for files.

- Re-purposed Family Settings to “Firmware Settings”. Since we hackers most likely do not care much about family settings and restrictions… We went ahead and changed that over to our firmware settings tab. This is the option where you go to get your cpukey and other unique information that Xell or Xellous used to give you. All in all xell and xellous are no longer needed unless you plan to boot linux. Future release of fusion will allow linux booting.

- XGD Auth bypassed. Load retail game discs on a XDK kernel. As well as all AP2.5 checks removed. No need for FCRT.BIN or any extra files for this.