AWDS Action Replay Code Request

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AzureTranquility

AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by AzureTranquility » Tue Jul 08, 2014 10:41 am

this might be a silly topic, but does anyone have an AR cheat that makes EVERY character maxed out? The one they have up on codejunkies only maxes out the character you play as in the campaign. Mainly wan tthis so I can have their alternate costumes.

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Satel

Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by Satel » Tue Jul 08, 2014 11:43 pm

Just take a look at the existing ones and the CO Table and you should be able to figure out everyone's.

I was planning to put'em all here but I lost them. The pattern is easy to see though.
Joey wrote:i think i was mad at certain players and wanted to wave st3rn's success in their face at the most opportune moment, or something

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AzureTranquility

Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by AzureTranquility » Wed Jul 09, 2014 7:47 am

Link to the topic including all of this info?

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Satel

Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by Satel » Wed Jul 09, 2014 6:18 pm

I don't think we have a topic here, but there I'll go do the research for you.

Max's code for Max Rank is this: 022907a4 000186a0
You'll notice that every given code is like this: 02290XXX 000186a0
The first thing is the position of the data to change by the AR, namely the 'experience' of the CO, that we max to have that infinite rank.
Then we take a look at the topic of AWDS CO Data (you'll find this in the sticky'd topic named 'The Index of Hacking Information'), the second post gives us the order.
Following Max in the list is Olaf, but since I don't see the code for Olaf, I'll take Sami and Grit to calculate the gap between two following code.
Sami's is 022907dc 000186a0 and Grit's is 022907f8 000186a0. So the gap is 022907f8-022907dc=1c.

Since we haven't got Andy and Nell's codes, we can guess them from Max's, as they are the two COs listed before him.
022907a4-1c=02290788. So Andy's code is 02290788 000186a0.

Following the same calculations, you should find out everyone's code. If you need more help, catch me on the IRC.
Joey wrote:i think i was mad at certain players and wanted to wave st3rn's success in their face at the most opportune moment, or something

st3rn fudge st3rn

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AzureTranquility

Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by AzureTranquility » Wed Jul 09, 2014 7:55 pm

Thanks for that info. I hate to say it, but all this wierd hexadecimal counting is wracking my already battered brain. You gave me the code for Andy, and with that I should be able to find out the other codes, but I just can't count up in hexadecimal.

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Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by MysteriousLad » Thu Jul 10, 2014 4:44 am

Hex number goes like this;

Basically its the same as 1-10 but instead of ending at ten digits it has 16.
So we count 0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9
Hex goes like this 0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-A-B-C-D-E-F
So all the numbers up to nine would be the same then 10=A-11=B and so on until F=15
Then it goes 11 (16)- 12 (17) and so on.
Hex numbers also start with 0x to indicate they are a hex number.
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Satel

Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by Satel » Thu Jul 10, 2014 5:19 am

Or else just use your computer's calculator. It should be able to use calc in hex if you change the display mode to programmer.
Joey wrote:i think i was mad at certain players and wanted to wave st3rn's success in their face at the most opportune moment, or something

st3rn fudge st3rn

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AzureTranquility

Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by AzureTranquility » Thu Jul 10, 2014 7:18 am

Haha! I think I may have cracked this sunnivagun!

Max EXP Nell: 0229076C 000186A0
Max EXP Olaf: 022907C0 000186A0
Max EXP Kanbei: 02290814 000186A0
Max EXP Drake: 02290868 000186A0
Max EXP Von Bolt: 02290884 000186A0
Max EXP Jugger: 022908A0 000186A0
Max EXP Koal: 022908D8 000186A0
Max EXP Hachi: 02290910 000186A0
Max EXP Kindle: 02290A0C 000186A0
Max EXP Flak: 02290A28 000186A0
Max EXP Adder: 02290A44 000186A0

And now, the PROPER Max EXP code codejunkie should have uploaded;
Hidden Text
0229076C 000186A0
02290788 000186A0
022907A4 000186A0
022907C0 000186A0
022907DC 000186A0
022907F8 000186A0
02290814 000186A0
02290830 000186A0
0229084C 000186A0
02290868 000186A0
02290884 000186A0
022908A0 000186A0
022908BC 000186A0
022908D8 000186A0
022908F4 000186A0
02290910 000186A0
0229092C 000186A0
02290948 000186A0
02290964 000186A0
02290980 000186A0
0229099C 000186A0
022909B8 000186A0
022909D4 000186A0
022909F0 000186A0
02290A0C 000186A0
02290A28 000186A0
02290A44 000186A0
It seems there's a gap of 27 hex numbers in between each CO... if my notepad skills aren't deceiving me of course!

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Satel

Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by Satel » Fri Jul 11, 2014 5:26 am

Basically, you're adding 0x1c each time. 0x1c=28 so yeah.
Joey wrote:i think i was mad at certain players and wanted to wave st3rn's success in their face at the most opportune moment, or something

st3rn fudge st3rn

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AzureTranquility

Re: AWDS Action Replay Code Request

Post by AzureTranquility » Fri Jul 11, 2014 1:32 pm

Well, I definitely took a simple approach to this, as I just created a notepad file with the hex numbers starting with 00 and kept going until the end, then I go back to the top and add +1 to the number prior to the first digit. Ended up getting most of the codes on the first try.

I was mad at first, but now I'm kinda grateful that you guys just let me handle it, since I now have a notepad file of hex numbers to use in the future! lol

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