Gecko and Ocarina Question

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by super mario 128, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. super mario 128
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    This isn't really a gecko question more of a ocarina, I'm trying to put in a gecko code with ocarina and the code says YYYY=controller address. Where is a Controller address on a wiimote?
     
  2. Cyan

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    Maybe it's referring to this?
    http://geckocodes.org/index.php?arsenal=2

    select the buttons you want, and it will give you the pattern.

    If it doesn't answer your questoin, maybe post more information (all the code, which game, to do what, etc.)
     
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    The code is for Pokemon Battle Revolution. It's Storage Pokemon: Pokemon Modifier and the code says

    C23DE710 00000004
    3D80YYYY A18CYYYY
    2C0C1000 4082000C
    3BE0XXXX B3FC0000
    A3FC0000 00000000
    *YYYY = Controller Address*
    *Press minus to change visible Pokemon to selected Pokemon*
    *XXXX = National Pokedex ID*
    http://www.pokemonexperte.de/pokedex/liste=id

    I don't know what the controller address is.
     
  4. Thomas83Lin

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    Guess its wanting the full controller address , try using 8051 DD12
    (if that doesn't work try 8051 DD10)

    edit: like this

    C23DE710 00000004
    3D808051 A18CDD12
    2C0C1000 4082000C
    3BE0XXXX B3FC0000
    A3FC0000 00000000
     
  5. super mario 128
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    Okay I'll try that. But I have one more question about The XXXX = National Pokedex ID. The first pokemon on the link, it's ID is 1. Do I just put 1 or what?
     
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    I'd say it would be 0001, btw I haven't actually tested this code or anything like that.
     
  7. super mario 128
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    does anyone have this game? If someone does can you tell me if it works?