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    Whats the easiest way to mod an original Xbox? Id like to turn it into a retro hub.

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    It looks like the main method still involves owning an Action Replay and Splinter Cell, or an Xbox to USB Adaptor.

    Have you looked at the Raspberry Pi 3? I think it would give you similar performance. I could be wrong though.

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    I haven't yet. I just happened to have come across a good deal for the. Xbox.

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    That doesn't sound too bad at all

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    These days as being banned from Xbox live is no longer a thing, do a softmod with Splinter Cell
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    Unless you want a big drive, then i think you might need a hard mod.
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    I'll have to google what the largest size drive is you can put in it and go from there.

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    It isn't the drive size so much as changing it at all. They are coded to the unit and you have to apply the code to any new drive, or used to anyway.

    The way around that was a hard mod.
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    Ohhhh. I see. I don't really wanna go the hard mod route if possible

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