Xbox 360 Update | Flashed Console owners BEWARE!!! Dashboard 2.0.13140.0 What you NEED to know!


————————→itzlupo.com FaceBook on.fb.me Twitter twitter.com @ITZLUPO → LIKE THE FACEBOOK PAGE! ← @ITZLUPO ►►►Read First◄◄◄ Alright what is up everyone giving you Guys a quick heads up on what to expect with this new dashboard coming up in the next few weeks and for everyone currently on the beta build. And to address additional Questions I Made some topics followed by answers below Question. Q: What is a flashed or Drive modded console? A: Flashed consoles or Chipped consoles are modifying the drives firmware to run Backups of Xbox 360 Games. Q: What will this effect? A: People who currently own a flashed Xbox 360 Console and for people who Are looking into flashing there consoles Drive Firmware Q: What Is antipiracy 2.5? A: Anti-Piracy version 2.5 is the newest addition by Microsoft to detect custom DVD Drive firmware and is included in the new Kinect dashboard. This check has been included for some time but hasn’t been activated until Kinect. This authentication blocks backups from being loaded and displays a message that states ” This disc is unreadable.” which looks like this www.logic-sunrise.com Q: Will I have to re flash my Drive after this update? A: Yes and not only that there is a possibility That we will HAVE to re download and re-run our Games in a later version of ABGX360 for the AP2.5 Patche’s as thus Microsoft is slowly implementing AP2.5 across all games, Meaning we will have to re burn current games some time soon. Q: I am on a non

LG Seeks Ban on PlayStation 3 Consoles in the U.S.

Ruh roh, Sony. In retaliation to patent infringement claims Sony has made against LG, the latter is pleading with the U.S. International Trade Commission to ban imports of PlayStation 3 consoles, Bloomberg reports. The reason? Also related to patent in…

Ruh roh, Sony. In retaliation to patent infringement claims Sony has made against LG, the latter is pleading with the U.S. International Trade Commission to ban imports of PlayStation 3 consoles, Bloomberg reports. The reason? Also related to patent infringement. According to LG’s complaint, all Sony products with a Blu-ray player, including the PlayStation 3 console, infringe on four of LG’s patents. Can LG really get the PS3 banned from the U.S.?

We have a hard time seeing that situation play out, though as Bloomberg points out, the ITC does have the authority to block imports of products that run afoul of another company’s patents. In this case, LG is also accusing Sony’s Bravia HDTVs of infringing on four other patents relating to receiving and processing signals, so there’s quite a bit at stake here.

Perhaps a bit of payback on LG’s part, Sony in late December filed a complaint with the ITC alleging that LG phones infringe on seven of Sony’s patents. Phones listed in that suit include the Lotus Elite, Neon, Remarq, Rumor 2, and Xenon.