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    Default ISO2GOD v1.3.6 Download - Converts XGD3 ISO's to GOD's (Games on Demand)

    Iso2God is a tool used to convert an Xbox 360 and Xbox 1 ISO images into Games on Demand containers, removing the need for a DVD drive in your 360.

    This version supports XGD3 ISO's.

    Note: This requires a Jtagged Xbox 360, it is no use for any other type of Xbox 360.

    Ideal settings:

    Set an output path, this is where the Games on Demand container will be saved
    Set a rebuild path, any temp files will be stored here.

    Now importantly for Padding, select "Full (ISO Rebuild)".
    If the game is only 1gb thats all the game will take up, if you do not select this the end result will be the same size as an Xbox 360 DVD. So save yourself loads of hard drive room and select this.



    Finally copy the files / folders of the created Games on Demand package to Content\0000000000000000 on your internal hard drive, the games will appear on the dashboard and you can load them.

    Download ISO 2 God 1.3.6

    Download from here:https://mega.co.nz/#!YdsXlRCK!BQVB9B...TZFKxO93EsECEc

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    would this work on a flashed xbox360 slim if I have a slim hdd data transfer cable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenash View Post
    would this work on a flashed xbox360 slim if I have a slim hdd data transfer cable?
    look at this

    Note: This requires a Jtagged Xbox 360, it is no use for any other type of Xbox 360.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick550 View Post
    Note: This requires a Jtagged Xbox 360, it is no use for any other type of Xbox 360.
    Any possibilities for coming days? We got to download an iso. Make the ISOs GOD by this awesome tool and just one step behind from getting em playable on our ixtreme flashed boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thekorngear View Post
    Any possibilities for coming days? We got to download an iso. Make the ISOs GOD by this awesome tool and just one step behind from getting em playable on our ixtreme flashed boxes.
    You will never be able to use this on just a flashed Xbox 360, your basically tricking the console in to thinking a burned game is a legit game. Every method of hacking the 360 to run unsigned code has been done by hardware.

    Although i would never say its impossible, its extremely unlikely any sort of softmod will ever be possible on the 360.
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    Registered with this website just to say how happy I am this program was made. Thankyou times a million.

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    Why do you need to have the Mode as Full ISO rebuild, would it be ok to have it as cropped to help save disc space?

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    Full ISO rebuild saves disc space, cropped never did when i last used this.
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    Tablet: Asus Transformer Prime - 32gb - rooted - running Cyanogenmod 10.2 (Android 4.3)
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    Hey, I'm using iso2god for quite a while now. It always worked perfectly. I have now tried to make images out of some old iso-discs (used them some month ago for an old, flashed xbox).
    So what I did is basicly to make an iso-image out of the disc, send it through the iso2god-converter and then played it on my new jtagged-xbox. Most of the games work perfectly but a few are now without sound...
    any idea? thanx in advance
    Vliyfy


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    The sound thing is probably missing sound files...

    But you say you made them out of iso disks... That doesnt make any sense... Why make an iso out of a disk which you burned an iso to... Thats like burning music onto a disc ripping it off the disc then reburning it because you like you music to be lower quality... Its just stupid... Just use the iso's files you used to make the discs in the first place

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    Is it possible you could add an option to not check available diskspace? Under Linux (Ubuntu 13.04 64bit with wine 1.5) I get the following:

    Free Disk Space: [Not supported for Mono. Sorry!]

    Yet I have plenty available. AFAIK, this is the only thing preventing me from running it under wine.

    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by InsaneNutter View Post
    Iso2God is a tool used to convert an Xbox 360 and Xbox 1 ISO images into Games on Demand containers, removing the need for a DVD drive in your 360.

    This version supports XGD3 ISO's.

    Note: This requires a Jtagged Xbox 360, it is no use for any other type of Xbox 360.

    Ideal settings:

    Set an output path, this is where the Games on Demand container will be saved
    Set a rebuild path, any temp files will be stored here.

    Now importantly for Padding, select "Full (ISO Rebuild)".
    If the game is only 1gb thats all the game will take up, if you do not select this the end result will be the same size as an Xbox 360 DVD. So save yourself loads of hard drive room and select this.



    Finally copy the files / folders of the created Games on Demand package to Content\0000000000000000 on your internal hard drive, the games will appear on the dashboard and you can load them.

    Download ISO 2 God 1.3.6

    Note: this download keeps getting classed as a false positive, so we have had to upload it else where to stop Digiex been flagged as malicious website

    Download from here:
    https://mega.co.nz/#!YdsXlRCK!BQVB9B...TZFKxO93EsECEc

    If the link is ever down please let us know and we will re upload it.

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    Thanks for letting me know, i've added a new link!
    Phone: Galaxy Nexus - 16gb - bootloader unlocked & rooted - running Cyanogenmod 11 (Android 4.4)
    Tablet: Asus Transformer Prime - 32gb - rooted - running Cyanogenmod 10.2 (Android 4.3)
    360: Jasper - 1tb drive - jtag hacked running the 16547 dash (thanks to XeBuild)
    360: Falcon - 500gb drive hacked with hddhackr, not flashed

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