if i had to guess i'd say try shortening the cables. i try to keep the wires as short as possible when i jtag a 360 also depend on your pc you might not need the resistors we need just a little more info like what was your flash config using nand pro
I am using AutoHacker that was just released by BladBloke. It detected that I have an exploitable CB.
Use shielded cable you will get better results.
OKay, we'll try to experiment with a shielded CAT5 cable
Yeah the cables usually need to be shorter than that. There was a post on some forum where a guy actually tested cable lengths in relation to getting good NAND dumps, and found that the best length is around 1 foot for good dumps. Also, yeah it can depend what cable you're using, since it's unshielded i have heard of people grounding it for good results too.
Hmm....I'll ask him to cut this cable short in length, and we'll see how it goes
So all in all, from what I can gather, long cable should be shielded and short cable, even if unshielded, will do, BUT it would be better if the cable is small.
Thank you so much for all the replies guys. REALLY APPRECIATE IT
I'll tell him to cut short the length and will post here the results.
THANX A LOT EDIT:
Guys, I have a very simple question I would like you to answer. When actually will the JTAG wiring be coming in use ? AKA, what error should I look forward to if my JTAG wiring is not proper ?
The reason I am asking is coz my JTAG wiring might be in a "critical condition" as we almost lost DB1F1, and my modder friend saved it by connecting that point with a wire at the BOTTOM of the board. He checked the connections with a multimeter and was sure that it's proper. Hence, if I encounter that error, then I'll come to know right away that it's coz of the JTAG, and we'll be EXTRA CAUTIOUS in dealing with it.
Thank you so much for all the help. Really appreciate it.