Use GameCube cheats with Nintendont, DIOS-MIOS etc.

Discussion in 'Wii - Tutorials' started by FIX94, Nov 10, 2011.

Nov 10, 2011
  1. Cyan

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    native control should affect only the controller. you can still use memory card emulation.
    it's been a long time I didn't use nintendont, so I'm maybe wrong, but it should be explained in nintendont first post (I detailed what native control allowed and affected when I wrote that guide)
     
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    Native controls and memory card emulation are separate so you can use either without affecting the other. The only disadvantage to native controls is you can't use a button combination to return to your loader, you have to power down the console and restart it.

    Native Control Off is a patch that intercepts the gamepad polls and lets you use USB/BT controllers. Leaving it off makes the game use the standard GC ports on a Wii.
     
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    Awesome, I couldn't order the cable yet, but I'll do when I can. I really enjoy this application.
     
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    Hey thanks for the guide but I need some help with the Game ID.
    This game's ID is not in the Gecko games list which is why I am the ar code to gecko.
    Is there a way to know the game's ID?
     
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    Open the game disc with a hex editor. The game ID is the first 6 characters on the disc.
     

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