Anything like NitroHax but better?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by stab244, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. stab244
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    Is there any homebrew out that that works as an Action Replay like NitroHax? I want to be able to keep using it, but it sometimes fail on more recent games like Pokemon HeartGold and Kingdom Hearts. Thank you!
     
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    Not that I am aware of (there was an older cheat program called dipstar that had some features in this arena but that was improved upon massively by nitrohax).

    You are better off dumping a save, using cheats as required and then restoring the save. Emulators should be able to play games and effect some cheats if you lack a decent flash cart.
     
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    The only problem that I have with dumping a save is that I would have to change my router's security to WEP or set up a guest network first, dump it, do my cheats, restore save, then restore my router settings if I changed it to WEP. I could buy a NDS Adapter Plus but I don't want my parents seeing when I spend money and what I'm spending on. I do all my transactions in cash now so they don't see them. If there was a way to make my guest network hidden I would just keep it there so that my DS could use it at all times.
     
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    It can't take more than an hour to change to WEP, get the save, edit the save, put it back, change to WPA/WPA2...I doubt anyone would notice if you changed to WEP in such a short time.
     
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    Aha. Found a Guest Network setting and I just set one up. Now I can use that instead while keeping up the standard WPA network. Man this new router is amazing.