Difference between (2) BoTW trainers?

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  1. anchoricex
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    New to this, see that there's two trainers right now for BoTW, one by PandaOnSmack and another one.

    Does one offer something the other does not? Which one is used most?
     
  2. Kafluke

    Kafluke GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Geeze. Why don't you try both and see for yourself?
     
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    Cool so you don't know thanks for the reply. And for the record it's not a crime to ask this, I'm fairly certain someone else will probably google this and encounter this thread in the future.

    And its disingenuous to act like this has somehow inconvenienced you. No need to be a dick.

    To answer your question I don't currently have a WiiU, waiting on trading my switch for one.
     
  4. mrjezbud

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    By the time you made this post or by the time it would take someone to search for an answer. You could have used both and found out for yourself. Its not like there is any danger to your system in trying the tools
     
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    I'm literally typing this on my phone, away from a PC on my break at work. I made this post because my searches didn't yield squat. So could you either link me a thread where this is discussed or provide some info or are you only in this to be condescending? Jesus.
     
  6. comput3rus3r

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    I use panda's. it's much more powerful.
     
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    For one how the hell would we know which one is used the most?? The only thing we would be able to find out is which one has been downloaded the most but that is no indication of if it's used the most so that question is fucking stupid.

    Secondly without knowing what you actually want to use it for how do we know which one is best for you.

    The problem with kids today is that they are far to lazy to actually try anything themselves and want other people to provide answers for themselves.

    Also @Kafluke is one of the most respected members on this site so don't be a dick to him as he is really helpful when help is warranted.
     
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    Sorry don't mean to be a dick. I'm getting flak for not typing up every scenario possible that a user might encounter when running through my noob guide. I can't list everything. It's supposed to be a noob guide. If you follow the instructions you'll be fine... so I'm a bit salty right now. I apologize.

    Anyway, on to your question.

    The trainers are more or less just a gui for codes that have been found using other methods. I haven't used either trainer but I've used multiple other trainers for games and what I've learned is that they are all great. The threads that have been created for each trainer outline the features of each.

    For twilight princess I use two different trainers and I have some codes of my own that I use too.

    Cheating is a whole guide by itself. At it's core it consists of finding values, changing those values, then verifying results.

    The trainers automate all this for you. But they usually only consist of the codes that have been discovered by the author or pointed out by users in the thread. This is why some have cheats that others don't. This is also why i recommend trying them all and using them all.
     
  9. anchoricex
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    Oh god spare me the baby boomer "the problem with kids are they are lazy and entitled these days" insufferable drivel.

    That aside, thanks for the info. That's what I was looking for.
     
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    And yet you were too lazy to actually try them out yourself and came here for answers lol.
     
  11. BullyWiiPlaza

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    I suggest Panda's without having tried the other, lol. It just seems to be more supported and he worked together a bit with me to get the TCP Gecko connectivity stuff working nicely.
     
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  12. nikeymikey

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    Pandas works on the latest patch, i am not sure the other one does. If you want to cheat everything then Panda's is the one for you, If you just want the basics (heath, etc) then the other is fine.

    Like others have said you could of just tried both for yourself and made up your own mind (which i think you will still probably do anyway) instead of asking and being shitty to the people who responded. Ok the first response may of been a bit off but the guy has explained why and apologized. Then you acted like exactly the spoilt dick "lazy and entitled kids" that you mentioned.

    In future dont be a dick if you dont want people to be a dick to you.
     
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    Does every trainer run on PC? Or is there an equilent version for android or orter systems? My PC recently boken henne om asking.
     
  14. nikeymikey

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    PC only I believe.
     
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    Like My research has shown Then. Thanks bro, i Guess ill wait until i get a hold of a pc.
    I even bet There are People selling cheap amiibo cards.
     
  16. BullyWiiPlaza

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    Making it for Android or something would be like double the work which nobody likes to do. It's not worth it since developers obviously use a PC to write the code and there you go, no need to make it for phones since they can just use their PCs for everything. Also Java programs still have to be severely changed to work with Android since it's still so different to PC. As far as I know, I'm the only Java developer for these kind of tools also and not even then it's easily ported. People just need to get a working PC and (Android) phone to get the best out of everything.
     
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  17. biggan1

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    Great Replay!
    I understand it royally, i was just thinking more and more people are restricted go phones or tablets. More and more are going with mobile stuff just some thought.

    Personally My PC is Broken and cant afford a PC that i need atm. I have found wii usb helper go for android eller wonders for me. It has certainly helped alot, even with the biggest games och no issues.

    Android fanrum java compiled files. Only through the java app, dunno how much can be done with that?

    But i agree PC is the way to go. Just adding some thought ive read many others asking for.

    Cheers