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Razkar

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How to build a nand with Xebuild
« on: 24 September 2012 à 00:54:52 »

Hello all,

i will explain you in this tutorial how to build a hacked image for your RGH/Jtag console using Xebuild

You will need :
- A RGH/jtag console with the cpukey.
- The pirs files of the kernel you want
- This CB/CD pack.

I : Prepare the files


Step 1 : Edit the 1blkey.txt and replace the text with this :
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DD88AD0C9ED669E7B56794FB68563EFA


Step 2 : Choose the kernel version of the nand you want to build and download the corresponding pirs file. For exemple i want to build a 14719 hacked image, so i put the 14719.pirs in the 14719 folder.



Step 3 : Now rename the pirs file into
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su20076000_00000000


Step 4 : In the common folder, place all the files from the CB/CD pack.



Step 5 : In mydata folder, delete the cpukey.txt file, put your origin.bin nand and rename it to nanddump.bin edit the option.ini with the following information
- nand type (your motherboard type), it can be : xenon, zephyr, falcon, jasper, jasper256, jasper512, trinity, corona, corona4g
- Cpukey : put your consoles cpu key


II : Build the nand

Open windows command prompt, go in the xebuild folder using the command "cd". Now edit the following to match your wish and use it.
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xebuild -t glitch2 -f 14719 -d mydata -o patchsmc upflash.bin-t command is for choosing the kind of nand you want, it can be : jtag, glitch (for RGH1.x), glitch2 (for RGH2.0), retail (for stock nand).
-d command is for choosing the folder where your console data are. In our case, it's mydata.
-f command is for choosing with which kernel version you want to build the nand. In our case it's 14719.
-o patchsmc is for patching the smc and not using the retail one in your origin.bin. (NOTE: This is only for RGH consoles)




You should now see your image built at the root of xebuild folder.


III : Flash the nand

Use rawflash to flash it, or xell directly if it have rawflash built-in.
Rawflash : nand should be named nandflash.bin
XeLL : nand have to be named updflash.bin
« Last Edit: 07 October 2012 à 12:02:26 by Razkar »
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