I know this is a thread already (https://gbatemp.net/threads/noexs-hacking-guide.543733/) and it does a really good job at showing people how to use Noexs. However, I thought it might be neat to show how to use Edizon, SX OS Cheat Engine, and Noexs together to make codes for different cases. For instance, I could show people how to set up Noexs, how to find unknown values, floats, find HEAP and MAIN pointers and to know when to use them, how to use different codetypes, a rundown of Switch memory modules, and tips and tricks on how to find values. All of this would be done in the form of a video series. Essentially, I'd take a code-making noob and give them baby steps until they knew the ins and outs of Switch Cheating.
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