Convenient way to send Cheat Codes

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by capler, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. capler
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    Anyone have any suggestions of a convenient way to send pre-defined Cheat Codes to a Wii U game?

    I'm thinking one that's much easier/faster than booting up a computer, using a mouse, running jGecko U and selecting & sending the cheat to the Wii U. A computer is a little overkill for just sending pre-defined cheat codes.

    Perhaps a iOS/smartphone app you'd recommend? Or maybe a Raspberry Pi could handle this somehow?
     
  2. Kafluke

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    SDCafiine works just fine. No computer needed to run the cheats
     
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    So SDCafiine will allow me to run whichever cheat I want to during the game by changing the game's runtime memory? I thought SDCafiine just allows replacing game files?
     
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    According to your OP you said "send predefined codes". You didn't say "during the game" until my reply. I was saying that SDCafiine works great for setting predefined codes like you suggested.
     
  5. capler
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    Sorry, I meant sending codes that you've already defined (e.g. Turn on Invincibility) whilst playing, like you can with JGeckoU
     
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    I see what your saying. I use my PC to hack on the fly with twilight princess trainer so it would be cool to have a quick button on my android phone or something
     
  7. capler
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    I guess jGeckoU could run on Android as it's java-based; but I'm an iOS owner so I may be out of luck