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Stealth Server Tutorial: How to make your own Custom Imgae?! ****Avatar Example***

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 Tutorials' started by silent07, Nov 23, 2019.

  1. silent07

    silent07 Member

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    ////////////////////Instructions//////////////////////////

    ///////////////////Custom Image///////////////////////////


    Want to know how to do this?

    Note: You'll need base address for code.


    Avatar Image: Please Login or register to view links or Console ID's

    Step 1:
    Find or Create a custom Image. For this example were using Avatar. Make sure size is equal to or less than image(in bytes).

    Step 2:
    Compress Image here: Please Login or register to view links or Console ID's
    Download folder & extract. Should be simple?!

    Step 3:
    Change extension to .bin, then upload here:
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    Make sure both boxes are checked, cause you want output to be in hexadecimal form. Click, Copy all of it.

    Step 4:

    Put your image's base address where 92D84DC8, if your using Avatar dont change!(17559) Then copy this over to Hooks(title/game), place under dash.xex.
    See example: Please Login or register to view links or Console ID's
    //Avatar Image
    memcpy((BYTE*)DecVar(ENC_VAR(0x92D84DC8)), AVATAR, sizeof(AVATAR));

    Step 5:
    Take picture hexadecimal you copied previously & put it within brackets.

    unsigned char AVATAR[0x95f]{

    put hexdecimcal shit here!.


    }

    See Picture example: Please Login or register to view links or Console ID's

    Step 6:
    Copy this code & put it somewhere above.

    //See picture Example: Please Login or register to view links or Console ID's
    #define ENC_SEED ((("update.rpf"[5] * 1337) + ("default.xex"[9] * 1337)) * 5)
    #define ENC_VAR(A) (A ^ ENC_SEED)
    template<typename T>
    T DecVar(T dwVal) {
    return (dwVal ^ ENC_SEED);
    }


    Next time you boot into dash, you will see your new Avatar Image. You can get most images from xzp files. Watch this if you dont know WTF im talking about:


    thanks,

    -some guy


    Download(Please Login or register to view links or Console ID's)
     
  2. Momomodz123

    Momomodz123 New Member

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    Nice tuto but for
    Step 3:
    Change extension to .bin, then upload here:
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    Make sure both boxes are checked, cause you want output to be in hexadecimal form. Click, Copy all of it. /////// my trick is more /// right click the image.png /open in hdx (hexeditor) then simply click tool and export to c (you can set path for future use) it generate a. C files with all data needed to print image
     
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