Xbox one kiosk unit

Discussion in 'Xbox One Development (One,One X)' started by Roc6d, Feb 25, 2018.

  1. code1038

    code1038 Robust Member

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    Awesome, thanks! Would you mind making an .img of the USB itself?
     
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    I have a 1.4 and 3.0 kiosk disk and i had the usb file for quite some time, the only thing i managed to do was turn the dashboard green, and play the installed games from the demo disc, I was unable to find a demo timer(if they even added that) or a lock out key (like you provided). I did have to turn off internet to use the usb file and there is a update that is invalid so i skipped it.
    thanks for that file ill check into it :)
     
  6. dizzzy

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    I've got a few of the X One kiosk discs including the rarer 4.1 and 5.1. Does anyone know if these use encryption like the retail games? I was thinking of buying a BDR-208D or BDR-209D and dumping them, but might be pointless if the iso's cant be decrypted / are worthless.
     
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    If you dont mind, can you tell me what demos thoes disc have? Just so I can document it
     
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    Sure, i'll see if my BD drive is compatible to check the file structure, which i guess would say the demo names.

    Worth noting, we datted a small mountain of X360 Kiosk discs at redump.org. We have well over a dozen in there.
     
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    How do you mount this file? I tried renaming .img and mounting with Virtual CloneDrive, no luck.
     
  10. code1038

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    huumm... open archive, drag file into usb disk (ntfs) and VOILA !
     

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