Today an updated version of Xell Reloaded was released which adds video support to Corona consoles, which should make a lot of Corona users happy. For those that do not know how to use this just wait for a J-runner update that uses this new version of Xell Reloaded. I was informed that the guys behind J-Runner are gonna wait on the update so they can also include support for the 16537 dash.
Today we can all have Video support on ANY corona, with ANY video cable thanks to the awesome work of the Libxenon team!
Yesterday many of you saw a new XeLL-Reloaded version on the web (v0.992) well, it was released a little to early, there were still a few bugs that needed to be addressed, but today we have v0.993 with these bugs fixed!
Some of the highlights are:
Video support for corona consoles (NOTE: NTSC consoles may have video issues on some video modes)
Support for all 3 USB busses (you can now use more then one usb drive in XeLL)
Support for finding one additional USB drive during the file loop (no need to reboot the console if you forgot to put in your USB!)
New web interface functions (shutdown and reboot your console, and get a boot log)
Better support for big USB drives (or poorly formatted USB drives)
Image checking in Rawflash (make sure the image you are trying to write is for this console type)
eMMC read support (NOTE: This doesn’t work when launched from XellLaunch)
v0.993 – 28/08/2013
Disabled USB writes for the logfile (not working with EXT# anyways
Fixed the crashing when unplugging USB memories at runtime
v0.992 – 27/08/2013 * Released by a trigger happy Tuxuser *
! Corona video support !
- NTSC gives weird black/white screen
eMMC Reading support for Corona consoles (no flashing!)
- Not working when launched via XellLaunch
Rawflash verify features
Cygnos/DemoN builds included – 38400 UART baudrate
Logfile writing to USB or HTTP Webinterface
Dumps ANA-Registers to UART / Logfile
« Shutdown » and « Reboot » via HTTP Webinterface
Option to disable Network via xell config
Support for all 3 USB busses
- Crashing when USB is plugged out or attached at runtime
Switched from zlib to puff (smaller)
Support for mounting 1 USB memory device at runtime
Better support for big USB devices (or poorly formatted ones)
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