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I am just a student working on these repair guides, but to the best of my knowledge, that RF module is the only RF related device in the Xbox. If removing it entirely still allowsThat module is the Xboxconnection to operate,the button board and can't be removed entirely. I wouldalso do that. I think it would be very hardnot know how to just remove or disable the RF chip from that board.

The board should be exclusively RF related hardware and I think it can be taken out entirely while still being able
alone. Our Xbox we get to work on is not functional, but maybe there is an option in the software to usedisable the XboxRF.
I am just a student working on these repair guides, but to the best of my knowledge, that RF module is the only RF related device in the Xbox. If removing it entirely still allowsThat module is the Xboxconnection to operate,the button board and can't be removed entirely. I wouldalso do that. I think it would be very hardnot know how to just remove or disable the RF chip from that board.

The board should be exclusively RF related hardware and I think it can be taken out entirely while still being able
alone. Our Xbox we get to work on is not functional, but maybe there is an option in the software to usedisable the XboxRF.

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open

Original post by: Bryce ,

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I am just a student working on these repair guides, but to the best of my knowledge, that RF module is the only RF related device in the Xbox.  If removing it entirely still allows the Xbox to operate, I would do that.  I think it would be very hard to just remove the RF chip from that board.

The board should be exclusively RF related hardware and I think it can be taken out entirely while still being able to use the Xbox.

Status:

open