Look What's Hidden in Injected WADs

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  1. teq
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    teq GBAtemp Maniac

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    I dumped my NAND in order to figure out what excess tickets I could remove, and look what I found:



    Keep this in mind if you ever want to remove your custom made WADs.
     
  2. berlinka

    berlinka You have sustained a lethal injury.

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    Is this bad? [​IMG]

    Just looks like a bunch of dots with the word Freeee in it. Couldn't do any harm can it. [​IMG]

    Oh and Nintendo is too stupid to do anything anyway.
     
  3. teq
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    teq GBAtemp Maniac

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    Noo, not what I meant at all.

    I'm saying custom injected roms(that have a random Title ID) can now be discovered more easily by looking for "BFGRBeFreeeeeee!!" in the ticket file.

    BFGR made several wad tools, but the only one I see used in Auto InjectuWad was his unpacker, so I wonder why that would write data to the ticket.
     
  4. arctic_flame

    arctic_flame GBAtemp ATMEGA8 Fan

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    It's an illegitimate (hacked) ticket. does that mean anything to you now?
    You're making your self look "stupid"
     
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    teq GBAtemp Maniac

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    That's also true, but I was point more toward the bright side of things... now there's a definite way of knowing which tickets are bad.


    It also means Nintendo has a good string to identify hacked tickets by......
     
  6. amptor

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    I wouldn't worry about it, nintendo is lazy about catching on to pirates.
     
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    teq GBAtemp Maniac

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    I'm not worried in the slightest.

    What happened was I lost all of my custom WADs and was unable to fully uninstall them, leaving a bunch of tickets that I couldn't distinguish for a multitude of reasons.


    With this, I can just look at the ticket and find BFGR, so I'll know which to delete.