You can play any JTAG online, but if you do, you will get caught, and you cant play ROMs on the jtag Xbox 360. The only way to hide it would be to add a “ghost mod,” but even that isn’t enough to fool the system into thinking it’s a real console.
At best, the console gets taken away. Worst case, you get an IP ban, which means you can’t use a normal internet service provider (ISP) again and will have to use a VPN to play Xbox games online.
Some of the hardware on the JTAG/RGH Xbox 360 has been changed, and the firmware has been changed so that pirated games can be played by writing games on DVD+RDL disks or doing the port work with USB and hard drives. You can find ISO files on the internet and use them to play games that were stolen.
These Xbox 360s that have been changed can sometimes tell when you’re playing online with a pirated disk and can stop you from playing online.
But it’s fine as long as you only play games by yourself. Single-player games can save you more money. Most people play single-player games on their Xbox 360.
How to get your Jtag/RGH Xbox to run emulators with Downloads
First, get an emulator. Download an emulator from [Register or Sign in to see external links.]
Unzip the downloaded emulator file and check that it has a.elf file (usually called xenon.elf, I never found an emulator without xenon.elf). If your emulator doesn’t have xenon.elf, it won’t work. You can either use a different emulator or download one from a different site.
Move the files you just unzipped to a new memory stick (make sure it’s not configured to your Xbox). Then, open your emulator folder and look for subfolders with names like saves, cheats, ROMs, etc. Drag all of those files onto your memory stick. If it doesn’t already have a folder called Roms, make one.
Get a game to play (AKA Rom). Go back to coolrom and get a room for the emulator you chose (Called from files on the subject bar at the top)
I’m using an N64 emulator, so all of my ROMs end in.z64. I can’t say if it will be the same for you, but once you’ve downloaded the ROM, drag the.z64 file (or whatever yours is called) to the ROM file on your memory stick.
Connect the memory stick to the Jtag/rgh
Boot up Xell (eject button on Jtag/RGH, don’t worry, you can close it when Xell boots), and you’ll see that it scans your files for xenon.elf and automatically loads it. Once your emulator starts, click on ROMs, click on your game, and you’re done!
I hope you guys have fun. If you can’t play ROMs on a jtag Xbox 360, let me know, and I’ll help you out.