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Im kind of old now and i havent been in the modding scene since like 2011.

My question is, do/can people even mod on Xbox one?

scrolling through the modding section it mostly seems like its still 360.

Why is this?

I figured there would of been jtag'd rgh'd xbone console's so what changed this time around?

The biggest reason I even game'd as long as I did was because of modding and after playing some xbox game's it seems like I havent gotten across one hacker/modder whatever,

While it's good since cheating isn't really to fun on the opposite side's it does make me question what changed, im gonna guess Microsoft fixed something but i still am confused how the console's werent modded.

Let me know
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I dont think you can do much on xbox one i wish they had a method for gta v xbox one money lobbies !
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There are a lot of different reasons. Mainly Microsoft learned from their previous mistakes. Any lack of security would be met with much more strict legal action. People have been trying since the release with little to no success. I highly doubt we'll see anything more than save game modding, publicly at least.
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Its due to the amount of restrictions that rhe xbox one has. I think I saw someone say we were close to save games at one point in the last year or two but otherwise its virtually impossible to mod on an xbox one sadly
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Aspi wroteIts due to the amount of restrictions that rhe xbox one has. I think I saw someone say we were close to save games at one point in the last year or two but otherwise its virtually impossible to mod on an xbox one sadly


Thats very crazy to think about, Xbox stepped their game up but sadly modding was very fun
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Aspi wroteIts due to the amount of restrictions that rhe xbox one has. I think I saw someone say we were close to save games at one point in the last year or two but otherwise its virtually impossible to mod on an xbox one sadly


Thats very crazy to think about, Xbox stepped their game up but sadly modding was very fun


You've got to appreciate they've learnt from their mistakes though, for sure. I do hope we see a modded Xbox One soon though - would be intriguing.
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ifconfig wrote
SSR wrote
Aspi wroteIts due to the amount of restrictions that rhe xbox one has. I think I saw someone say we were close to save games at one point in the last year or two but otherwise its virtually impossible to mod on an xbox one sadly


Thats very crazy to think about, Xbox stepped their game up but sadly modding was very fun


You've got to appreciate they've learnt from their mistakes though, for sure. I do hope we see a modded Xbox One soon though - would be intriguing.


As personally I dont believe it is impossible to hard mod an xbox one but it will most deffinently have to be a different method of delivering unsigned code to the console
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The_OG_Modder wrote

As personally I dont believe it is impossible to hard mod an xbox one but it will most deffinently have to be a different method of delivering unsigned code to the console

I like the way you think.

Maybe one day...
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