Hacking Possible to edit cheats via flash cart?

DeMoN

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Hi, I'm a new Acekard user and I'd like to know if this is possible.
I'm impressed at how the Acekard can update firmware and cheat.DAT via WiFi, but I don't have WiFi and the cheats I want aren't in the database yet.
Also, I personally don't like the spring-loaded microSD slot since it's more prone to breaking, so I'm trying to limit the number of times I remove/put in my microSD.
 

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Quick and dirty answer: it depends. If you have the cheat file as an .xml file, perhaps you can use some sort of text editor (I think DSorganize can do it) to edit the file or even make a MYCHEAT.XML. Once you're done, just remember to refresh the currently selected cheat file or select the new cheat file for the game(s).

Remember: YMMV!
 

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this place has the most current cheat database, and they have a changelog so you can see if your game's in there.

http://cheats.gbatemp.net/

you can also use the R4CCE (R4 cheat code editor) which lets you input your own cheats and save it to a *.cht file.

http://home.usay.jp/pc/soft_en.html



And if you don't want to break the spring you can just pull the card out and have the spring down all the time.
 

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