We are gonna explain you how to create a hacked nand for your glitched console in order to launch SDK homebrew like FSD...
- A dump of your console nand
I: Create a hacked SMC
Step 1 : Launch BestPig's ECC Glitch Genertor, select your motherboard then choose where you want to create the files. Now click on "Generate ECC File" ... you will have to define the path of your nand dump.
Step 2 : Once the creating process is over you should see this message.
And you will be able to find a hacked SMC.bin file in the destination folder you choose at the previous step.
II: Files preparation
Step 1 : Copy the content of the "13604 ggbuild" folder in the 13604 folder of ggbuild
Step 2 : Open 360FlashDumpTool with a nand dump from your console and look at the two LDV ... we will have to keep in mind the hightest value ... so for me it's 2.
Step 3 : In the ggbuild folder, duplicate the mytrinity folder, and rename it with the name corresponding to your console. For example i used slim4go.
For the next part, there is two methods, the first works on all fat but it seems to have trouble with some slims so, if you've got a slims privileged the 2nd methods.
Step 4 : Now open this folder, put inside a dump of your nand renamed "nanddump.bin" and the SMC.bin file we created earlier.
Now go to step 5
Open 360FlashTool, Go in Settings then in Keys
Add the Cpu key of your console with "add CPU-Key" and click on OK
In settings, click this time on Options and select "Extract ibuild compatibles Files"
Now Click on Extract and select the following data :
?Firmware Challenge Response Table (in Generic Files)
NB : Some console don't have FCRT file, it's not a problem, if there is none ... you don't need it and you can continue the tutorial.
When you press OK, you will have to choose where you want to save the data files ...
Now copy the two files of the folder GenericFiles/FreeBOOT/Data in the folder data of ggbuild (for me it's slim4go)
Do the same with the two files from the folder FreeBOOT/Data
Add the SMC.bin generated previously. You should have the following files in your ggbuild 's data folder.
Step 5 : Open the options.ini file, there is 3 things to do :
?Fill the 1blkey blank qith : DD88AD0C9ED669E7B56794FB68563EFA
?Fill the cpukey blank with your console cpu key
?Fill the CFLDV value with the one we get in 360Flashtool earlier.
III: Nand Creation
Step 1 : With windows command prompt, go int the ggbuild folder and use this command (change the parameter with the explanation underneath) :
ggbuild -c MB -f kernel -d data nandname.bin
?Replace MB by your motherboard console revision : trinity, jasper, jasper256, jasper512, falcon or zephyr
?Replace kernel by the kernel version you want to have : 13604
?Replace data by the name of the the folder where we put the data : slim4go for me
?Replace nandname.bin by ... you get it.
Step 2 : Once the process if over you will see (check the CPU Key, 1bl, MB infos) :
You will find your hacked nand at the root of the ggbuild folder
Now you can flash your nand with the -w16 nandpro command. (-w64 for jasper256/526) or use Rawflash V2.
Tutorial done by Razkar for Logic-Sunrise.com