Get An Original Donor NAND Dump For Your Console:Xenon Zephyr Falcon Jasper Small Block (16MB) Jasper Big Block (256MB) If anyone has a 7371 dump for a 256MB BB, Please upload it. THANKS! Jasper Big Block (512MB) Programs We'll Be Using:NAND Flasher 360 Flash Tool J-Runner Introduction:I'm here today to show you how to build an original image for your console. Keep in mind, this won't be a TRUE original, but it's all you need to update your Kernels in the future. At the moment, this is ONLY for JTAGs. I'll make a RGH original NAND building tutorial later on. Dump Your NAND:1. Download NAND Flasher from above and extract it. 2. Put it in the root of a FAT32 formatted USB drive, or FTP it to your HDD. 3. Load it up however you normally load up your XeXs. 4. Click "Dump NAND." 5. Select your save location for your NAND dump. Preferably your FAT32 formatted USB stick 6. Let it dump, then verify. 7. When it's complete, click "Shutdown." 8. Plug your USB drive into the computer, and put your NAND dump where ever is the easiest for you to find. Get Your CPU Key and Verify It:1. Boot the console by pressing eject. 2. If it's an older Xell, (black background fuzzy graphics, or no HDMI support) get ready to take a picture of your fuseset lines. 3. If it's a newer Xell (Reloaded) just wait for Xell to do it's business and at the bottom it will point blank tell you "Your CPU key is..." Take a picture of that. 4. If you have an older Xell, combine fuseset lines 4 and 6 or 3 and 5. Don't matter. Both of those together are your CPU key. 5. Load up J-Runner and open the NAND you just dumped from your console in the "Source File" box. 6. Enter your CPU key. If you get it wrong, keep trying. When you get it right, J-Runner will let you know. You have to press "Re-Init" everytime you try a new key if it doesn't do it automatically. Extract needed files: 1. Load up 360 Flash Tool and click the settings tab at the top, then keys. 2. Input your CPU key, and press add CPU key. The program will restart. 3. Press the three dots button and load up your dump. You will get something like this when it loads. 4. Press extract. 5. Click the KV box, and the Config Blocks box. Then press OK. Select your save location. 6. Restart the program. Injecting Your Files Into the Donor NAND:1. Open the donor NAND using the three dots button. When you do, you'll get something like this. The Bad Key/KV is to be expected, as this is a donor NAND and the CPU key isn't entered. 2. Press Import. 3. Check the KV and Config Blocks boxes and navigate to the files you extracted earlier. You need your "KV_enc.bin" file that is in the KV folder. Then press OK. Then select where you wish to save your new original NAND dump. 4. When it is finished, load the new original NAND into J-Runner and enter the CPU key to verify it works still. Then, create a Freeboot image as you normally would! 5. BURN THE NEW ORIGINAL NAND AND CPU KEY TO A DISC AND KEEP IT SAFE!!!!! This tutorial was brought to you by XPG's Tutorial Team. This tutorial was placed in the Gold section for a reason. If you put it anywhere else, you will be reported. If you copy and paste this tutorial on another site WITHOUT my permission, you will be reported as a content stealer. Shout outs go to: XPG Dutch, XPG Tomo, and XPG Jack! My fellow Tutorial Team!