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Xbox1 modification using AID v3.0

I am very interested to learn how to modify xbox1. i need to know how to used the auto installer deluxe 3.0 version as this is very reliable base in our unit already modified.upon purchased. we would like to have our own hard copy of AID 3.0 .

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Not sure about auto installer delux, i moded mine a long time ago and sold it when the dvdrom died, first check the dvdrom you have if its a thompson you may want to look at getting a phillips or samsung drive they last longer and read through scratches better not to mention they read more formats of disks. you need to pick a mod chip first, easybuy2000.com used to sell one called the xchip with or without a solderless adapter, the instructions where very clear with it, you put the adapter over some pins tighten a screw and press the chip down onto it, it comes with a usb cable i used to hang mine out the side of the xbox, its short, so you can flash the chip with a bios, i used slayers easy installer for a dashboard, it has a lot of features and lets your install/launch other dashboards, very easy to install also, I recomend installing a larger hard drive as well, you can get detailed instructions and tutorials from xbox-scene.com, however they are mostly about 360 now, but i belive the xbox stuff is still on there, once you have it moded borrow/rent games or download them if you feal like the risk, and you can dump them to the hard drive and play with out the disk, meaning the games are almost free, also emulators etc can be installed, you may enjoy xbox media center as well. hope this info was useful....also xbox-scene can help identify exactly what ver your xbox is so you can get  the right chip.

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