Guess who is back.A It's c0z and he has just released another update bringing his DashLaunch program to v2.26.A DashLauch will work with your homebrew enabled Xbox 360.A If you aren't sure what DashLaunch does it gives you the ability to boot directly to a specific app booting homebrew when you launch a JTAG Xbox.A Check out the change log for DashLaunch v2.26 below.
Fixed the comparing with glitched Xboxes allowing for more accurate checks.A Sonic has been fixed and now allows more hooked disk verification. Also added versioning to the current 'launch.xex', the fcrt removal patch, the '$' (dollar sign) character to the list of accepted characters in the launch.xex ini parser and a note about encrypted modified retail xex files.
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If this list is (a) in Major Nelson's blog, and (b) available in PDF format, and (c) available through Xbox.com, then it dang well sure that no one's gonna pull this list out. It doesn't feature all the games on the rumored (and pulled-out) list - hence, probably the pullout. But it also features a couple of new items
Just in time to close out 2011 Xbox 360 homebrew guru coz has dropped an updated version of Dash for your Xbox 360. With Dashlaunch you are able to boot from an app xeX when you start up or exit a game
Developer c0z has updated DashLaunch bringing it to v2.25.A See below for the changelog
Voice of Support The fourth installment of The Voice of Support! in now available for download and we have it right here
Xbox developer cOz is back with an updated version of Dashlaunch for the Xbox 360. This release is version 2.31 and lets you boot right to an app XEX/Live when you start up the console or leave a gain. Kernel Support 14719.
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