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J-Runner (basic guide) build 268

J-Runner is a GUI that uses Xebuild, Xell-reloaded (full credit to their authors). Python has been replaced with code within the GUI. It Enables JTAG, Glitch & Retail images to be created. Nandpro is NOT required as J-Runner reads/writes to the nand itself. J-Runner has been designed to be used with Nand-X / JR-Programmer and T-X CoolRunner (if doing glitch hack). J-Runner relies on the fact you have already soldered in your CoolRunner or JTAG wiring there are plenty of diagrams available online and within J-Runner to achieve this correctly. In addition you should already have installed your drivers for Nand-X / JR-Programmer and have it connected to both your motherboard and CoolRunner(if doing Glitch Hack).

Upon the first run of J-Runner it will automatically check that it is the latest version and ensure all the required files are correct (and download if required). J-Runner is designed to be simple and intuitive: The process runs from left to right (Glitch Selected)

And the same for JTAG (Obviously Flashing CoolRunner is not used)

1. Read Nand: The default is set to 2 dumps this will automatically dump the nand 2 times then compare the dumps to ensure they are the same! (number of dumps is selectable in number box) 2. Flash CoolRunner: (not required for JTAG) This is a simple as it sounds, it flashes your coolrunner with the required file. If you have 2 matching nands flash your CR and then try to boot the console. If your console doesnt boot at this point then your soldering isnt correct! No changes have been made to your nand so it should boot fine. 3. Create ECC: / Create Xell-Reloaded: This uses the nanddump1.bin that is loaded in source box! It creates the file you need to flash to your nand this contains Xell-Reloaded and the glitch info(or Xell-Reloaded file with your keyvault) to allow you to boot your console to Xell-Reloaded and obtain your key. It then loads that file into Source box ready for writing. 4. Write ECC: / Write Xell-Reloaded: Does what it says on the tin writes the ECC/Xell-Reloaded file you created to your nand. Once written, remove power cable then re-plug and boot your console (fingers crossed) it will boot into xell-reloaded. This allows you to obtain your CPU Key (I suggest you open notepad and type it into that then save it as cpukey.txt if you are not using network cable to grab your key.)

5. Create Image: This requires your nanddump1.bin to be reloaded into the source box. As well as the cpukey pasted/loaded into the CPU Key Box. If you have the correct key then the information should be displayed on the right hand boxes. 6. Write Image: This writes the bin file you have loaded into the source box to your nand.

Image selections

During creation of your final images You select what type of image you are trying to create JTAG, Glitch or Retail. Also which dashboard you wish to flash. Changing these buttons alters the option available to you!

DL Patches is if you wish to add the Dashlaunch Patches and Launch.ini file to flash Custom launch.ini can be created clicking on Launch.ini Options

Aud_Clamp selection is also available for JTAG images

Xebuild Options
All the available options in Xebuild can be set here, this is for advanced users! Dont change things you dont know what it does!

J-Runner Settings
J-Runner now has some audible indication of things happening. It has some default embedded sounds for nand write/read complete, nand compare success and a failure sound! If you are not a fan of these sounds you can set your own .wav files to play upon these 3 events from the settings menu on the toolbar.

Some additional Functions


F1 F2 F5 F6 F9 F12 Restarts the application Grabs the Config from the Nand (identify the nand) Grab CPU Key over network Custom commands for nand check source file against cpukeydb Forces a re-download of the application.

Easy Reference Images


Pictures are included for quick reference for wiring

Tools Menu
There are a few useful parts in this menu. For those only grabbing DVD Keys there is an option to Save current files (saves in the same format ie console serial number as folder title). The NoMu and Nofcrt patches are also enabled in here!

Advanced Menu

The Custom Nand Commands menu is self-explanatory

Read Nand:
The default is 2 reads (this is to allow comparison to ensure you have a good dump) Ensure you have Nand-X or JR-Programmer all connected with drivers installed. Board plugged in but not powered on, then press the Read Nand button,

J-Runner will check the nand type upon starting read it will select the correct nand for you. The choice you make here will be displayed in the text box on app and remain until you manually alter it by clicking on textbox itself or restart the app or manually load a file into source.

Nand read is initialized and begins the first dump.

NOTE: For Big Block Jaspers you have 3 options (selected board only = 64mb Dumps, 2mb Dumps(only if advanced selected) or Full Dumps)

Once complete the second dump begins automatically. Upon both dumps being auto loaded into GUI for automatic comparison. Look in the log for the comparison result

With Glitch - Selected


Flash CoolRunner
At this point you should Flash the CoolRunner with relevant file Press the Flash Coolrunner button

You can now use LPT cable Programmer to program your CoolRunner

Now boot your console if all wiring is correct it should boot fine with the stock nand.

Create ECC
At this point press the create ECC button you should see a whole load of text appear in the log file.

Look at the log and ensure there are no error messages

NOTE: If you have bad blocks in the first 50 blocks, J-Runner will remap these for you and create a fixed file from which to create the ECC file. The created image is now loaded into the source box ready for writing

At this point there have still been no changes made to your nand

Write ECC
You now have to write the Xell-reloaded image with ECC data for your nand. Press write ECC

You will then see this

Once finished Unplug power cord, wait 10 seconds or so, replug it and boot the console With any luck you should see Xell-reloaded on your screen

Once fully loaded Open notepad on your PC and type in the cpu key (at bottom of screen) then save the file as cpukey.txt (or you can use Http Then copy your key and paste into the CPU Key box in J-Runner. If you network the Xbox to your router and connect to the address shown at the bottom of the screen you can then use the grab CPU Key function just enter the digits shown on the screen for the IP address.

J-Runner will then reload your nanddump1.bin into source box again in preparation of key validation and image creation Now you should have all the info in KV tab on the right hand box and you will get a CPU Key verified message in the log! The log will also show your current LDV value of console!

At this point you now have all the info you need to create a Freeboot image. Shutdown the Xbox and proceed

With JTAG Selected


Flash CoolRunner
This Button is NOT USED as part of JTAG HACK AS SUCH IS DISABLED - IGNORE IT

Create Xell-Reloaded
At this point press the Create Xell-Reloaded button You should see a text appear in the log file. Look at this and ensure there are no error messages The created image is now loaded into the source box ready for writing At this point there have still been no changes made to your nand

Write Xell-Reloaded
You now have to write the Xell-Reloaded image with your data to your nand. Press write Xell-Reloaded You will then see this

Once finished

Unplug power cord, wait 10 seconds or so, replug it and boot the console With any luck you should see Xell-Reloaded on your screen

Once fully loaded Open notepad on your PC and type in the cpu key (at bottom of screen) then save the file as cpukey.txt Then copy your key and paste into the CPUKey box in J-Runner. (If you have your Xbox connected with network cable use Grab CPU Key function)

Then J-Runner will reload your original nanddump1.bin into source box again Now you should have all the info in kv tab on right hand box ( if CPU key is correct) and you will get a CPU Key verified message in the log! The log will also show your current LDV value of console!

At this point you now have all the info you need to create a Freeboot image. Shutdown the Xbox and proceed

Create Image:
You have to reloaded you original nand dump back into source box and have pasted in your cpu key. At this point you need to decide if you want dashlaunch installed There is a dashlaunch configurator included in J-Runner, if you want to include Dashlaunch remember to tick DL Patches Click the launch.ini Options Button

Configure each option as you wish. I have selected the default boot of Freestyle Dash from a USB stick (naming the freestyle folder as FSD) You can save the settings for future use (becomes the default ini). But click create to save your file for this image. Exit the window. Now click Create Image Button

You should now be faced with something in log like this

all your files from this hack are saved in a folder (console serial number) You now have 2 options to flash this image to your Nand You can either press Write Nand Or you can copy the Nandflash.bin and Xenon.elf to a USB stick put into xbox and boot it!

Write Nand
Is as simple as it sounds Press the button and Nand write will start

Once finished flashing Unplug power for a few seconds At this point I plugged in my USB with Freestyle Dash folder (\FSD) Then replug and boot it.

CPU Key Database


There is a Key database included in J-Runner this is automatically populated during the process and will store your key against console serial number. Next time you load that nand into sourcebox the key will auto populate from the database!