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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by _Tim_, Dec 27, 2015.
Did you successfully used the action replay to write on a ntag215 tag?
Basically like this:
I have a USB device ACR122U-A9 NFC and blanks NTAG215 tag. I decrypt, change UID, encrypt amiibo dump. OK.
How to write amiibo dump to blank NTAG215 tag (Windows tools)? Help me please.
Try to install BlueStacks (Android emulator) on you PC and TagMo app in BlueStacks and let us know if this works
This makes no sense. ACR122U-A9 NFC connects to your phone (Android) through OTG.
I want to organize record NTAG215 tag on Windows only.
I have had great success with tagmo and Ntag215 stickers but have seem to run into an issue with one, Wrote splatoon inkling boy to one and it is recognized but when it goes to register ownership in the game it says the data is corrupt, I tossed it up that I screwed it up and wrote another tag and same issue. It wants to restore data for it from the console which I did but it says there is a problem with it. I got the .bin from that site we all know and before I just write off the splatoon being able to use amiibos like that I want to make sure it is not something I did wrong. anyone have any ideas?
Hey guys do these work?
NO, you need NTAG 215
Have you tried using a different .bin file?
If you google "most complete amiibo bin collection" and click the top link, this guy says he verifies them all before adding to his collection, so it maybe worth trying the one in his pack instead.
Anyone know of a software that uses the Datel PowerSaves NFC Base and can write to a blank tag? I've tried NaMiio but it doesn't seem to want to write to a blank tag, only an already made tag or the re-writable PowerTag. I already know it's not compatible with libNFC and it doesn't appear to be supported in Bluestacks. Any other suggestions?
amibitz maybe then to try?
I have 2 basic questions about DIY amiibos. Sorry if they've been answered before, I just stumbled upon this thread and only watched the video posted by Erfg1 and didn't feel like browsing through all 37 pages.
1. Does my Android tablet or phone need to be modified to use the TagMo app?
2. Once I have written an amiibo bin to an emty NFC chip, can I delete it again or replace it with a different bin, or is it permanent and would have to use a new empty NFC chip?
1. Your Android phone just need to be able to use NFC and you have to allow unkown sources for apps in you phone settings. Nothing special.
2. No, Amiibo NFC Chips you write are write protected after one write.
Thanks for the info.
I'm definitly gonna give it a try and order some NFC chips.
Is it possible to change a real amiibo? I want my WiiU Fit figure to be the BOTW Link. It's fitting
No. Once a blank TAG has been flashed to something (like Luigi) it will remain on that for "the rest of its life" and same goes for real Amiibo as they are already flashed to something (like the Wii U Trainer in your case). Only Wii U Trainer's save data (like level and equipment in a game like Smash) could be deleted to make it "fresh" again but you won't come around it.
ONLY can be written once if you write a amiibo to since its get locked than.
Just to clear things up, since tags (215) are rewriteable as long as they not secured.
EDIT: TagMo 2.3.2 is stable use that
Is there still no way to basically clone the n2 device? How does it allow rewritting vs just buying tags?
it has a microcontroller. The only thing it does, it stores the data on a chip and the microcontroller sends the data via burst mode if it gets energy from the nfc. It "emulate" a nfc tag.