Vita Cheats Question

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Sabarek, Feb 22, 2019.

  1. Sabarek
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    Sabarek Member

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    Hello, I have a question about using cheats on PS Vita.

    My PS Vita is hacked (henkaku 3.68). How can I use cheats that will allow me to get infinite EXP/HP or level up in games?
    I found some guide for a program called "VitaCheat" but the guide that it had was so confusing... and there wasn't a single example of how these cheats actually work in games. My main reason to use cheats is that I am not good at most JRPG games, at least the ones that require a lot of time - I don't have enough energy, time or health for grinding in games, so I need cheats.
    On PC it's pretty simple - download a trainer and hit a button, but on PS Vita - I don't get it.

    Can anyone help, please? There are a few games which I've no idea how I'll finish without cheats and they're not on PC, sadly...
     
  2. RikuNoctis

    RikuNoctis GBAtemp Regular

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    Check this thread. Also, you may want to check the database that is kept by some users from this forum along with a lot more users from the community in general.

    Vitacheat is a plugin that you must install on your Vita so you can copy and use the codes available in the thread above. The codes come in .PSV files that you need to copy over to your Vita (a folder specific for the plugin, that is), which contains the codes for X version of X game. Then you need to activate Vitacheat while in-game, using the menu to activate/deactivate whatever codes you want/have, and benefit from them. The average user only does this with Vitacheat, though you can also use it to search/make codes yourself (if you are willing to do it, of course).

    The github already has a guide that tells you how to install Vitacheat, which is the exact same process you follow as any other plugin for Vita. You only need to activate Vitacheat while in-game by pressing L + Right (D-Pad) to access it's menu.
     
  3. Sabarek
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    That was the guide that I found, but I couldn't find any info on which cheats are actually available and for which games. :o
     
  4. RikuNoctis

    RikuNoctis GBAtemp Regular

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    The games are listed as their respective content IDs on the db folder in the database (like PCSG00351 for Phantasy Star Nova JP, for example).

    There's also the LIST.md file with an small list, though you still need to check each one if a certain game has more than one version listed as the LIST.md doesn't indicate regions.
     
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