This is a copy paste i just found on the TX forums. I edited a few things and fixed a few things and added the command line for BB Jaspers 256/512. I took out the pictures as they weren't necessarily needed. If anyone needs them back up, let me know. The reason i'm posting it here is because i haven't seen a RGH 2.0 tutorial and figured it would help some of the people that are new to RGH. I added a picture of how to wire the Coolrunner for 2.0. Don't forget to remove the resistor on the Coolrunner! I also added the files for the Coolrunner along with a short tutorial on how to flash them.
Here are the CoolRunner files.
To use them, you have to download NandPro. When you have Nandpro, extract it, put the .xsvf files in the same directory as NandPro and run CMD in that folder (shift+right click, open command window here). Then type this command for programming the Coolrunner with the NAND-X:
Nandpro xsvf: nameoffile.xsvf
EX. Nandpro xsvf: TX_RGH2_A.xsvf
There are 8 files in that container. 4 .jed files and 4 .xsvf files. Coolrunners can only use .xsvf formatted files. I found the best for BB Jaspers is TX_RGH2_A.xsvf, as it glitched mine in under 5 minutes (yes the glitch times are long for now). I will edit these files later on to speed them up.
Got this from another forum. Hope it helps others.
ALL Thanks goes to xMODDEDxSKILLZx from se7ensins for the tutorial. Also Thanks to TX for everything!!!!
Coolrunner configured correctly
Proper wiring already done
First off extract the file to its own directory, its at the bottom of the post. everything you need is in it.
extract multibuilder to its own directory
put your nanddump.bin into the "my360" folder
run multibuilder to make proper ecc, then flash it via J-Runner.
power on your console via the eject button to boot into xell, write down your cpu key
extract xebuild to its own directory. Copy your nanddump.binto the "mydata" folder, add your cpu key to the "cpukey.txt" file
open a command window in the xebuild directory.
run the following command:
xebuild.exe -v -t glitch -d mydata -f 14719 -c falcon -i RGH2falcon //FOR FALCON
xebuild.exe -v -t glitch -d mydata -f 14719 -c jasper -i RGH2jasper //FOR JASPER
xebuild.exe -v -t glitch -d mydata -f 14719 -c zephyr -i RGH2zephyr //FOR ZEPHYR
xebuild.exe -v -t glitch -d mydata -f 14719 -c jasper256 -i RGH2jasper //FOR 256MB BB JASPERS.
xebuild.exe -v -t glitch -d mydata -f 14719 -c jasper512 -i RGH2jasper //FOR 512MB BB JASPERS.
step 8: after it completes successfully, flash the givin image(should be in the xebuild root
folder called "14719_gg_REVISION.bin) with jrunner
step 9: boot console with the power button and enjoy homebrew awsomeness!
files for rgh 2.0.rar
If you get RROD when you boot and the secondary code is 0022, try setting "SMC Patch" to true in the options.ini that is in the mydata folder. That fixed my problem. If the problem consists, try loading up Xell, and when you see the fuse set line, look at line 07 and the lines under that and count the "f"s you see. 14 fs=14. That is your LDV, every time you update your console it adds an f. Now that you have your number open up the option.ini again and change the cfldv value to the number of fs you got in Xell. If the problem consists, wait for J-Runner to update to the 2.0 files. Should be added pretty soon
I'm also thinking about doing a start to finish RGH for Coolrunner and NAND-X tutorial. I don't really feel it's needed but if anyone needs one let me know, i will make one if enough people need me to!
All credit goes to "BMTHstanton1990"