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I've copied the .jpg pictures from the theme folder on my Xbox 360 Console onto my USB memory stick.

Trying to access the file from my USB on my computer is a entirely different matter, it's almost like my pictures are encrypted on a plain file format.

Is there anyway I can access my pictures from these files? Iv'e already used a program called "Usb Xtaf" to access the Data0000 to get the pictures, or what ever file it is...
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Update: Iv'e managed to find another piece of tool called wxPirs to extract the excrypted file and extract the wallpaper photo from the theme, however, it's still a plain file format, even when I add a .png extension to the file, it still won't open
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What are you trying to do? Change the dashboard background? Download Horizon and then look at the Tools tab. There is a theme creator tool.
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What are you trying to do? Change the dashboard background? Download Horizon and then look at the Tools tab. There is a theme creator tool.

Trying to extract the picture from the theme file, There were photos Iv'e saved as a theme years ago, It's saved in the Themes are on my Xbox360 storage, I copied them onto my usb memory stick, and it was buried in a data0000 file, Iv'e managed to get it open and extract the theme files from the data0000 image. However, the theme files are in a unknown file format, Iv'e managed to extract the picture from the theme, and gave it a .png extension, but nothing will display it
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Trying to extract the picture from the theme file, There were photos Iv'e saved as a theme years ago, It's saved in the Themes are on my Xbox360 storage, I copied them onto my usb memory stick, and it was buried in a data0000 file, Iv'e managed to get it open and extract the theme files from the data0000 image. However, the theme files are in a unknown file format, Iv'e managed to extract the picture from the theme, and gave it a .png extension, but nothing will display it

Do you have the following:

Transfer Cable (They make one for a Slim and Phat consoles.)
XUSB360PRO (You can either use the original or the V2.)
Tools to take the HDD out of housing (Last resort.)

If so, then you should be able to access all your HDD files directly from your PC via Xplorer360 and get them that way. 99% of time under Partition 3 under your Profile ID. You can then pull that directly from the HDD, load it up in Horizon, and extract the photos. Or other Theme Creators that would allow you to extract.

However Horizon v2.0 will allow you to open a USB Drive, so you may try that.
 
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I've got my 20GB xbox360 HDD plugged in my computer, using the latest version of Horizon and it says there's no content in my theme folder... Why though? There are pictures etc in that folder which I can't access.

What else can I try to recover these photos?

When I browse my theme folder on my Xbox360, it picks up some .jpg photos where I had them as my background
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