Amiibo Hex Editing Tool

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Ngagne, Jan 12, 2016.

  1. Ngagne
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    I built this tool to allow you to decrypt your Amiibo data, edit the hex values of the data, then either download the modified data in a decrypted or encrypted bin.

    http://amiibo.vgmoz.com/hex

    Simply upload your Amiibo dump (540 byte bin file), edit the values, and download as a decrypted or encrypted bin. Also, the offset display can toggle between hex and decimal by clicking on it.

    Let me know if you have any suggestions.
     
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  2. EpicLPer

    EpicLPer Nice unless you give me a reason to hate you ;)

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    Next question is: How to dump Amiibo data? Is it possible with an NFC enabled Smartphone already or is there a Wii U homebrew that'd allow you to do this? Or maybe even a New 3DS one? ;P
     
  3. moops44

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    who are you??
    give me the source code?
     
  4. Ngagne
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    You can dump it with any Android NFC phone. I personally use the N^2 app (http://www.amiiqo.com/Downloads/) but there are many others. As long as it dumps to a bin file you should be good to go.
     
  5. antiswirl

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    Can you share your source codes please?
     
  6. Ngagne
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  7. moops44

    moops44 Prince of Darkness

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    :rofl2::rofl2::rofl2::rofl2::rofl2::rofl2:
     
    Last edited by moops44, Jan 12, 2016
  8. Ngagne
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    That's kind of a harsh way to describe using MIT-licensed code.
     
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  9. Julizi

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    I think it's a harsh way to ask for the source code too.
    After all you're not bound to publish it.
     
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