Zelda OOT 3D Luma Cheats Question

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  1. Skeet1983
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    Hi guys. I have been going here for 3DS Luma Cheats: https://github.com/FlagBrew/Sharkive/wiki/3DS-games-in-the-database. I am playing Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D and have applied the "Always Max Health" cheat. It doesn't seem to stick, keep losing health when hit by enemy or something, and have to reapply cheat for max health. Here is the cheat in question:

    [Always max health]
    DA000000 0058799A
    D7000000 0058799C
    D2000000 00000000

    Do you guys know of an "Infinite Health" cheat, and where I can get more Luma Cheats for 3DS games? Thoughts and help is greatly appreciated :)
     
  2. mrjoshuaco

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  3. Skeet1983
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  4. mrjoshuaco

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    There's a guide linked in the post. What you'll need to do is use BootNTR Selector (also linked in the post) and THEN run the game/cheat. If you're using the newest Luma, this may or may not be an issue. Personally, I'm still using the 9.x Luma as the updated release breaks things I use and offers little new that's of interest.

    Make sure you're actually READING the entire posts as these aren't loaded via Rosalina (they came before and I don't believe the framework is supported).
     
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  5. lone_wolf323

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    When you read the change log for V3.3. It does say you can load this list under lumas plugin option.
     
  6. mrjoshuaco

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    Fair enough. As I said, I've stayed with NTR + 9.x for compatibility purposes, so haven't tested nor needed to use it.
     
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