Unofficial infolib.dat & savlib.dat

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Mar 20, 2009

Unofficial infolib.dat & savlib.dat by niu at 1:37 PM (78,043 Views / 0 Likes) 192 replies

  1. niu
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    Thanks to boyakkey & 2ch people


    infolib.dat, Updated to 3727 (source: 2ch)
    http://gamewiki.jp/uploader/dsm/src/dsm0168.zip.html
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    infolib.dat, Updated to 3727 (source: niu), Fixed 2761,3494 Can't save bug.
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?25gdt1ne3k2
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    latest update (2ch version)
    http://gamewiki.jp/uploader/dsm/
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    savlib.dat (1MByte save size, niu version) (If you play US,EU Game, use it.)
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?xiqmyqjw2mm

    ???????????????????????????????????????????????

    -1MByte save size
    1279 - Ganbaru Watashi no Kakei Diary (JP)
    1328 - Ganbaru Watashi no Kakei Diary (v01) (JP)
    1338 - Shinri Kenkyuuka Yuukiyuu Kanshuu: Mainichi Kokorobics DS Therapy (JP)
    1534 - DS Bungaku Zenshuu (JP)
    2205 - VitaminX Evolution: Super Supplement Boys Goes On (JP)
    2641 - Pokemon Platinum (JP)
    2696 - Kirby Super Star Ultra (US)
    2813 - Wagamama Fashion Girls Mode (JP)
    2880 - Hoshi no Kirby Ultra Super Deluxe (JP)
    2931 - Kirby: Ultra Super Deluxe (KO)
    3212 - 100 Classic Book Collection (EU)
    3541 - Pokemon Platinum (US)

    ???????????????????????????????????????????????
    32MByte save size
    3690 - Made in Ore (JP)

     


  2. lolzed

    Member lolzed The GBAtemp Pichu

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    this is like an update firmware right?except not from team dstt?nice,but im just curious,is this safe?and even if it is,does it even work?
     
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    The archive with the infolib.dat also has a savlib.dat file in it. Any idea which should be used? Or are they the same?

    -Bri
     
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    This is not Firmware update.
    This is upgrade information library.
    And upgrade savesize library.
     
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    Use it, this have more US,EU Game.
    savlib.dat (1MByte save size)
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?xiqmyqjw2mm
     
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    niu, have you tried this with Pokemon Platinum?

    -Bri
     
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    This actually works (im pretty sure). All my games boot up really fast now. Like before GTA would take roughly around 7 seconds to load and with this, it cuts that time roughly in half.

    I just replaced the infolib and savelib file in the TTMenu folder with the ones in the .zip file.

    Im still testing it out though so yeah
     
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    If you use the R4+YSMenu.
    R4 will be faster than DSTT.
     
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    credit to

    *boyakkey (Fake TT savior) [​IMG] (http://boyakkey.cocolog-nifty.com/)
    *2ch peoples [​IMG] (http://schiphol.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/gameurawaza/1234255690/)
    *me (add US, EU title in savlib.dat) [​IMG]
     
  11. Bri

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    Did boyakkey actually write the DsttFlashChecker and DsttFlashWriter utilities? I want to make sure he gets credit.

    Do you know who hacked TTMENU.DAT to disable the fake-killer code?

    -Bri
     
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    is it safe to use this with other games, will the saved games be ok?
     
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    I gather that these files simply contain lists of games that don't have standard 512MB save files and specify how the loader should handle them. Presumably, someone has taken the files that were part of the official firmware and added some games to the lists that weren't there before, so games that were in the lists before should remain unchanged.

    niu, please correct me if I'm wrong.

    -Bri
     
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    so which savelib do i use?
    the one thats in the infolib folder?
    or the one that is in the savelib folder?
     
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    I used the separate savlib and that seemed to work just fine. My Pokemon Platinum now has a 1Mb save file. [​IMG]
     
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    For everyone concerned about their previous saves (512kb ones),
    the DSTT automatically resizes your save/recreates your save into
    a 1024kb one with all your original data intact.

    However, if this fails, and wipes your previous save (and aslong as you
    have a backup of that save) you can simply use a Hex Editor to resize
    your 512kb one into a 1024kb one (just make sure you fill all the created
    00's with FF's [​IMG]).

    Matt.
     
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    tried replacing the savlib and infolib, everything seems ok the pokemon platinum sav loads no problems. the rom loading is a little bit faster.

    thanks niu & bri
    credits to boyakkey & 2ch peoples
     
  18. blackfoliage

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    Evidently I am too stupid to figure out how to change the 512kb sav file generated by YSMenu on my R4 into a 1024kb sav file using a hex editor. Would anyone mind terribly posting a link to a file they have created?

    Having already failed to use these unofficial files with YSMenu itself, it seems like it would be the most efficient way to (hopefully) get Pokemon Platinum working properly for me.
     
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    Does your save file have any previous save stored in it?
     
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    It does, but the data is of no consequence. It is just a file from trying originally to get the game to work. I plan to start a new game once I have a sav file size of 1024kb.
     

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