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Xhase

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Xhase last won the day on September 21 2017

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About Xhase


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  • Title: Hardware Hacker


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  • Joined: 08/01/2014


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  1. I originally replaced the port, to no avail. the port that got replaced looks like a brand new port.. I’m assuming circuit fail? Then I PULLED the DATA -&+ pads! Oh well. Anyone have a schematic ?
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    Quick Conceptual Question

    You can't patch a dump without keys. 3.55 and below we have, 3.56 and above we don't. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Guys I Miss You - Where Are You :(

    I still pop in now and then, I promise I will be here more. I quit my band and became a christian, i just got engaged, i run a YouTube Channel & facebook page https://www.youtube.com/c/chasefournier And Xbox360 Hax on facebook. i also work at Discount tire in Taylor MI. I still repair and modify everything.
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    [Quiz]PlayStation 3

    I just completed this quiz. My Score 62/100 My Time 161 seconds  
  5. It's pretty sweet to try this out if you have a spare system lying around. Post fix adapters are nice to have.. but seriously they aren't needed at all.
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    need help getting idps from superslim 12gb

    You'll need to make a SD tool, it's similar to the Corona V2-v4-v6. corona is Xbox 360 Slim they have a 4Gb emmc, well the v2-v4-v6 do. Look up some pics and get the idea how it works, also, there is a pin out to dump the eMMc on PS3.
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    Xhase is not dead

    Hey guys. What's up? Lol it's been a while since your boy has posted, and I'm sure a few of you must remember me. I'm 19 and starting my life so PlayStation and Xbox hacking has been on hold for a bit, But I never fully stopped. I went to to go live with my mom, when things started to pick up I started getting into YouTube and it allowed me to broaden my horizon. I've not only been doing that, but being involved with a local band "Cool side of the pillow" and starting a new job. so lately I've been trying to balance all of my priorities, which has pushed a lot of things out of my life including PlayStation hax, GameSystem hacking and some other things. I have missed you guys, and have been following along here and there. Always supporting my fellow enthusiast. Rebug releasing the source code wtf. Lol anyway. I will do my best to be more involved. You guys are what keep me going. Thanks for all the inspiration, and knowledge to make anything possible. BTW Xhase is pronounced X-chase Also.. I'm involved in, balls deep *Xbox 360 everything *PS3 Everything literally *Wii ehh *3DS everything *WiiU kernel exploits are cool bleh
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    PS3 NAND R/W , need help with powering NAND

    You guys are awesome. I figured out the issue... I explain it in the video.. Here
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    PS3 NAND R/W , need help with powering NAND

    OK, I grabbed a new power supply, I applied to 3.3 V to the clip. I am still getting 0xff regardless on the PS3.. How ever, I can still read 360 Nands (with the 360's power supply plugged into the board.) this time the power supply from the PC are used is working. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong at this point. I'm not getting any power to the PS3 NAND at all. I also tried the PS3 test points as well no go.
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    PS3 NAND R/W , need help with powering NAND

    That makes sense.. I'll give that a try and report back.
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    PS3 NAND R/W , need help with powering NAND

    Should I try a different power supply instead?
  12. Hey guys, it's xhase. So basically what's going on is, I got my 360 NAND clip Some jumper wires and my teensy. Everything is set up to read and write to Nands everywhere LOL but I can't seem to get the PS3 name and powered up to read and write. My first chance at doing the PS3, I used in ATX power supply; but when I use the 3.3 V from that The power supply would shut down, I'm assuming because it's drawing too much current. As you can see in the video, I can read and write to U drawing too much current. As you can see in the video, I can read and write to 360 NANDS, but my issue is getting 3.3v to the PS3 NAND. Otherwise everything works great. What should I do? I've even tried connecting the 360 clip while the PS3 is ON and I don't get anything.. Not sure what the issue is.. Thanks everyone.https://youtu.be/3Wvhp0qW5wc
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