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Freitag, 1. November 2019, 12:03

Xbox classic Backwards-Compatibility Files 2018 - HUD Support Update 02.11.2019

Mathieu Hervais‏ hat das 2018 Backwards compatibility Update für das Xbox XDK gepatcht, so das diese Files auch auf der Xbox 360 JTAG/RGH lauffähig sind. Die Files sind nötig, um Xbox Classic Titel (auch jene die offiziell nicht unterstützt werden) auf der Xbox 360 booten zu können. Die Anwendung ist relativ einfach. Das Rar entpacken und den Compatibility Ordner in die HDDX Partition verschieben, fertig. Habe jetzt selber noch nicht getestet welche Vorteile das Update bietet, bzw. ob ältere Xbox Classic Spiele die früher Fehler in der Ausführung hatten jetzt fehlerfrei laufen. Es ist aber schön wieder "aktuelle" Backwards Files zu haben, da das letzte Update schon wieder viele Jahre zurück liegt.



Das Release Posting:

Zitat

Xbox1 Backwards Compatibility v5832 for Devkits WIP

HACKED VERSION!! :D


:: Overview

This is a devkit version of the retail xbox360 backwards compatibility that
was released April 2018.


This Work in Progress release still uses the xbox.xex front end from the November 2007 5829 update
as I couldn't bother to patch the 2018 version, although I did include the original
if you want to have a go at it. The emulator binaries themselves are all up to date
and patched and fully functional.

To install this, copy the Compatibilty folder to your devkits Y drive.
You may want to remove any existing files, although this should overwrite
all files.

This version has been hacked to play unsupported games, however this doesn't
mean they will work.

You can check the compatibility list here:

http://www.xbox.com/en-US/games/backward…tygameslist.htm




:: Hacks

As per the previous versions (direct quote from the previous readme):

* Xbe signature checks removed (lets you run unsigned code)
* Xbe section hash checks removed (lets u run hacked xbes)
* Game region checks removed (region free baby!)
* Game media checks removed (play games from your hard drive)
* Debug/Devkit xbes supported (run your own xbox1 code)
* Attempt to play unsupported games (doesn't mean it will work hehe)


Credits:

Original 2007 version of this hack: xorloser
Updated 2018 version of this hack: mathieulh


Update 02.11.2019

Mathieu Hervais‏ hat ein Update nachgeschoben in dem jetzt auch in Game HUD Support verfügbar ist. Ansonsten ist diese Version technisch mit der Vorgänger Version (Feature) identisch. Die Anwendung ist wieder relativ einfach. Das Rar entpacken und das jeweills gewünschte File (HUD, oder regular), bzw. den Compatibility Ordner in die HDDX Partition schieben, fertig.


Nachfolgend das Releaselog:



Zitat

This is a devkit version of the retail xbox360 backwards compatibility that
was released April 2018.


This is the final release that now includes the 2018 frontend.



This release contains 2 versions, one dubbed "Regular" inside the "Regular" folder which acts as the original emulator WITHOUT in-game menu support
and one dubbed "HUD" inside the "HUD" folder which supports the Xbox 360 in-game menu (which is a new feature of this hacked version)

Choose the one you prefer and follow the steps below:

To install this, copy the Compatibilty folder to your devkits Y drive.
You may want to remove any existing files, although this should overwrite
all files.

This version has been hacked to play unsupported games, however this doesn't
mean they will work.

This was tested on XDK Development kits, it should however run fine on RGH/JTAG systems.

:: Hacks

As per the previous versions (direct quote from the previous readme):

* Xbe signature checks removed (lets you run unsigned code)
* Xbe section hash checks removed (lets u run hacked xbes)
* Game region checks removed (region free baby!)
* Game media checks removed (play games from your hard drive)
* Debug/Devkit xbes supported (run your own xbox1 code)
* Attempt to play unsupported games (doesn't mean it will work hehe)

New feature since this release:

* NEW * Added in-game HUD support * NEW * (this will let you access the Xbox 360 in-game menu while playing your OG Xbox title!)


Zweites Update 02.11.2019


Mathieu Hervais‏ hat im letzten Release einen Patch vergessen dessen fehlen dafür gesorgt hatte, dass Spiele mit einer anderen Region auf der eigenen Konsole nicht gebootet worden sind. Dieser Patch ist nun enthalten und es sollten auch wieder Spiele mit fremder Region im Emu laufen.

Kleines Release Posting:


Zitat

Xbox1 Backwards Compatibility v5832 for Devkits

HACKED VERSION!! :D


:: Overview

This is a devkit version of the retail xbox360 backwards compatibility that
was released April 2018.


This is the final release that now includes the 2018 frontend.



This release contains 2 versions, one dubbed "Regular" inside the "Regular" folder which acts as the original emulator WITHOUT in-game menu support or cross/in game chat support.
and one dubbed "HUD_xgamechat" inside the "HUD_xgamechat" folder which supports the Xbox 360 in-game menu and in-game/cross game voice chat (which are new features of this hacked version)

I originally did not plan on adding an ingame voice chat feature to this build as I do not endorse people using hacked console on Xbox Live, until someone pointed out how this could be used
legitimately with Kai; I am not one to lock down users so I ended up adding support for this.

Choose the one you prefer and follow the steps below:

To install this, copy the Compatibilty folder to your devkits Y drive.
You may want to remove any existing files, although this should overwrite
all files.

This version has been hacked to play unsupported games, however this doesn't
mean they will work.

This was tested on XDK Development kits, it should however run fine on RGH/JTAG systems.

:: Hacks

As per the previous versions (direct quote from the previous readme):

* Xbe signature checks removed (lets you run unsigned code)
* Xbe section hash checks removed (lets u run hacked xbes)
* Game region checks removed (region free baby!)
* Game media checks removed (play games from your hard drive)
* Debug/Devkit xbes supported (run your own xbox1 code)
* Attempt to play unsupported games (doesn't mean it will work hehe)

New feature since this release:

* NEW * Added in-game HUD support * NEW * (this will let you access the Xbox 360 in-game menu while playing your OG Xbox title!)
* NEW * Added cross/in game voice chat * NEW * (this should let you use voice chat during OG Xbox gameplay, this is untested as I do not use online features myself, this may not work)


Credits:

Original 2007 version of this hack: xorloser
Updated 2018 version of this hack: mathieulh





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Dr.Gonzo

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