GW Blue Custom Code?

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  1. gudenau
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    Is there a way that I could create a custom firmware for the GW Blue card? From what searching I did people figured it out, but I could not find a method to create stuff from scratch. I did find a DLDI driver that appears to work at least.
     
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    What are you trying achieve? CFW for what?
     
  3. gudenau
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    The Blue GW card.
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  4. aos10

    aos10 look at me,shitposting about GW,i am so cool

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    this is just modded R4 with wood.
     
  5. gudenau
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    Don't they have a layer of encryption?
     
  6. iCEQB

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    We can't help you if you are not saying what you are trying to achieve. What you see there on your screen is Wood FW 1.52, which is nothing more than a NDS application. There is no CFW involved anywhere here.
     
  7. gudenau
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    I want to replace the firmware with something else, preferably something that I compiled. I have a fairly specific idea in mind that would use this and require some slightly diffrent functionality than it currently has.
     
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    In the blue card analysis thread there should be an encryptor or decryptor for the _DSMENU.DAT file where you can get the key from to mess with that file. It's just a NDS program.
     
  9. gudenau
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    Ok, I will have to dig through that then. A link would be handly.
     
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    It's on the first page but not in the first post. Iirc it was a post by me, watch for posts with attachments, there are nit that many.
     
  11. gudenau
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    Think I found it.
     
  12. MassExplosion213

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    Look up GW Blue Card MultiKernel. I'm quite happy with it. xD
     
  13. gudenau
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    I got it, goes the other way I am sure?
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  14. gudenau
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    Well I attempted a hello world, and it is stuck on "Loading...". Need to figure something out it seems.

    Edit:
    Probably need to figure out how the bootstrapping stuff works and implement that in my project somehow?
     
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    Nope nothing like that, all that was done to get the latest Wood FW to work, was to encrypt it with the correct key, which could be bruteforced.
     
  17. gudenau
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    Yay, time to do some reverse engineering.