Xbox 360 Xexmenu 1.4
Xbox 360 Xexmenu 1.4: A Guide to Installing and Using the Ultimate File Manager for Modded Consoles
If you have a modded Xbox 360 with a JTAG or RGH hack, you might be wondering how to manage your files and launch your homebrew apps on your console. One of the best tools for this purpose is Xexmenu 1.4, a simple yet powerful file manager that lets you browse, copy, move, delete, and launch files on your Xbox 360. In this article, we will show you how to install and use Xexmenu 1.4 on your Xbox 360.
What is Xexmenu 1.4?
Xexmenu 1.4 is a dashboard application for the Xbox 360 that runs on modified consoles with a JTAG or RGH hack. It is based on the XEX format, which is the executable file format used by the Xbox 360. Xexmenu 1.4 allows you to browse and launch your files, games, emulators, and applications from your hard drive or USB drive.
Why do you need Xexmenu 1.4?
Xexmenu 1.4 is a handy tool for managing your files and launching your homebrew apps on your Xbox 360. It is easy to install and use, and it can enhance your gaming experience on your modded console. Here are some of the benefits of using Xexmenu 1.4:
You can access your internal hard drive, external USB devices, memory units, and DVD drive.
You can copy, move, delete, rename, and create files and folders.
You can launch other homebrew apps, games, and emulators that are compatible with your console.
You can customize the look and feel of Xexmenu 1.4 with different themes and skins.
You can use Xexmenu 1.4 as a backup launcher in case your main dashboard fails to load.
How to install Xexmenu 1.4?
Installing Xexmenu 1.4 on your Xbox 360 is very easy and straightforward. You will need the following items:
A modded Xbox 360 with a JTAG or RGH hack.
A USB drive formatted for your Xbox 360.
A computer with Horizon software installed [Download].
The Xexmenu 1.4 file [Download].
Once you have everything ready, follow these steps:
Plug your USB drive into your computer and open Horizon.
On the right side of Horizon, you should see your device explorer. If not, click on Device Explorer.
Go to the Demos folder on the right, right-click and inject the Xexmenu 1.4 file (C0DE99990F586558).
Once it is done, disconnect your USB drive from your computer.
Plug your USB drive into your Xbox 360.
Go to System Settings > Storage > HDD and delete Xexmenu 1.1 if you already have it.
Now go to USB > Demos and move Xexmenu 1.4 to HDD.
To launch Xexmenu 1.4, go to Games > Xexmenu 1.4.
How to use Xexmenu 1.4?
Using Xexmenu 1.4 is very intuitive and simple. You can use the directional pad or the left analog stick to navigate through the menus and files. You can also use the following buttons:
A: Select or launch a file or folder.
B: Go back or cancel.
X: Open the file options menu.
Y: Open the drive options menu.
LB: Switch between drives.
RB: Refresh the current drive.
LT: Go to the previous folder.
RT: Go to the next folder.
Start: Open the settings menu.
Back: Open the FTP menu.
In the file options menu, you can choose to copy, cut, paste, delete, rename, or create a file or folder. You can also view the properties of a file or folder, such as the size, date, and attributes. In the drive options menu, you can choose to format, scan, or eject a drive. You can also view the free space and total space of a drive.
In the settings menu, you can change the theme, skin, language, and other preferences of Xexmenu 1.4. You can also check for updates and view the credits of Xexmenu 1.4. In the FTP menu, you can enable or disable FTP access to your Xbox 360. You can also view the IP address and port number of your console.
Xexmenu 1.4 is a simple yet powerful file manager that lets you browse, copy, move, delete, and launch files on your Xbox 360. You can use it to access your internal hard drive, external USB devices, memory units, and DVD drive. You can also use it to launch other homebrew apps, games, and emulators that are compatible with your console. Xexmenu 1.4 is easy to install and use, and it can enhance your gaming experience on your modded console. However, be careful not to delete or modify any system files or folders that may cause damage to your console or void your warranty.