[Tools] AmiiBomb

Discussion in 'Switch - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Ac_K, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. TerryG

    TerryG GBAtemp Regular

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    The website has the amiibo name, a picture, release date and compatible games. What more info do you need?
     


  2. Jokkovitch

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    I think he is talking about finding amiibo bins. There is none on amiibolife, look for NFC .
     
  3. 3DS_Glitch

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    What is the best deal for tags atm? I can't decide where to by them, but I live in US and buying from ali says it will take me around 30 days to get them :s

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  4. Jokkovitch

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    Got 200 for a little less than 60€ inc. ship. Living in Europe, took it 20 days to come.
     
  5. dopelogic

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    I'm having a bit of trouble with this and am hoping someone can point me in the right direction.

    When using the built in resource for finding the amiibo dumps i cannont get it to complete.

    I use the specified website, copy the assosiated hex codes, and copy to clipboard.

    it verifies there are valid dumps in the clipboard and asks if i would like to save.

    I click yes and enter the save name as bin, then select yes.

    It goes through an endless loop of this and no matter never seems to save any dumps that are usable.

    my bin folder always remains empty......


    am i missing something stupid?


    any and all help appreciated!
     
  6. TerryG

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    What you're doing gives you the key file, you'll have to find/make the dumps yourself.
     
  7. GraFfiX420

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    This is already documented as a non working feature on github.


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  8. BnawAwaken

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    Ok, So I got everything hooked up correctly but when I go to try and flash amiibombuino using the internal flasher it just says device error. If anyone knows why, that would be helpful, both boards have one solid orange/red light on them and the bigger board has a flashing one as well. it shows up in my device manager as usb-serial-ch340 (com3). I don't know if I am missing something (most likely), but any help would be appreciated.
     
  9. Dexter

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    I have the same problem since few days. And I think it is a problem with system/update(?). On my laptop I was able to upload .hex without a problem.

    /EDIT
    Be sure that you are selecting a good hex file.
     
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  10. smf

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    Is this one fixed?

    https://www.oshpark.com/shared_projects/7dDa9wIH

    Or is it the broken one you used?
     
  11. aleuts

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    That's the broken one.

    I was fritzing my own one but I couldn't be bothered to fabricate pcb and test so I ended up just soldering a wire to the broken one.

    You can down load the files and edit it using KiCad or design your own.

    If you don't mind soldering the wire I have a spare one you can have as long as you cover postage. I had to order 3 from oshpark as they wouldn't fabricate just 1.


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  12. daniel79s

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    Hi,
    my problem is the same,
    I think it is the driver for the arduino board. The board is a clone and has a different USB driver. The clone has the CH341 driver. The original arduino board has an FTDI driver.
    I have been on the search since days. Until now without success.

    Do you have a tip?
     
  13. TerryG

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    I had luck using these drivers.

    https://mega.nz/#!FFY1gYbJ!fO3Ej_Vc6xvTyUKFTOUeCGFItFxlGTUlKQ41x9YL3gI
     
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  14. daniel79s

    daniel79s Newbie

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    Thank you for the driver
    Unfortunately, the problem is still. I get the following error message:

    upload_2017-7-14_6-19-55.png

    My NTAG215 work with Thenaya v0.6 and with TagMo on Android.
    I have tried different NTAG's. Always the same error.
     
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  15. TerryG

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    Flashing the 0.3 version of the firmware has always given me issues. I use 0.2 firmware with the 0.3 program and haven't had any problems.
     
  16. Jokkovitch

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    Try reading it using the Android nxp app.
     
  17. BnawAwaken

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    still cannot flash using internal flasher, just keep getting this error.
     

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  18. TerryG

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    I was never able to get the internal flasher to work, personally. Have you tried using Xloader?
     
  19. BnawAwaken

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    no, I really do not understand what it wants file wise, kind of new to all of this
     
  20. nitrostemp

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    there are a bunch of .hex files in lib\ArduinoHex and xloader is in lib\XLoader. just launch xloader and select the right hex file for your system.
     
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