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The 360 NandFlasher from Maximus is one of the latest products from the team which allows you to read and write to the NAND firmware chip of the 360, this can be useful in many ways, the first is for people that have consoles that either the drive has totally died and the key for the drive is lost, or that bought damaged consoles that had no drive at all, with the Maximus 360 NandFlasher you will now be able to use the device to read the DVD key right out of the motherboards NAND firmware chip, once you have this key you can then embed it into a new drives firmware and recover the console, we know this is going to be a hugely popular service related tool as there are many people that have consoles like this laying around that they can now recover and sell as refurbished units, where before they were just junk laying in workshops.
If you are a repair centre looking for a cheap yet valuable USB 360 Nand flashing tool to recover dead consoles, or a home user wanting to expand their experience with the 360, the 360 Nand Flasher from Maximus is going to do what you need and be a solid and reliable device. Do note that in its current form to use the 360 NandFlasher soldering is involved, so before you order keep that in mind and make sure you have the right tools and knowledge on how to solder.
The 360 LiteKey by Maximus is an advanced version of the Lite-On rebuild board, this little device serves as not only a rebuild PCB for the Lite-On 83850 V2 & 93450 V3, but it also acts as a Vampire spear as well, so all you need to do with the 360 LiteKey is install it and use the Xtractor Pro, or the 360 power unit from the USB Xtractor to then do a full firmware dump of your drive.
But that’s not the only function of this neat little invention, as some of you may know, when using the LT firmware on the Lite-On 83850 V2 & 93450 V3 drives, before you accept any updates for the 360 console you should really flash the firmware on your drive back to its original state before doing the update, this is where the Maximus 360 LiteKey really shines, because after installation there is no need to open the drive again to be able to do this, the 360 LiteKey can auto switch between operational mode or firmware extraction mode, where if you were using something like the standard Lite-On rebuild board, to flash the drive back to its original state you would need to open the drive and use the Vampire to make the full dump needed to finalize the process, with Maximus 360 LiteKey that’s a thing of the past, after the first install there is no need to ever open the drive again.