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Now making a code basically means finding the Address that refers to something you want to alter, and then changing or assigning a new value to it.
So the most important part of the code is the address, and when you make your code, you are basically searching for the address of whatever it is you want to change.
The first type of code I will show you how to make finds the address by searching known values.
The example I will use for this is CE in Socom FTB2, but the same technique can be used for ammo, killcount, score etc.
As you can see by the pic below my CE is 28340
We know the value of CE now we are going to try and find the Address that refers to it
To do this open up NitePR and press [R Button] until you are in the Searcher tab
From here you select the "Find Exact Value" option
You should see something like this:
Value.Hex Value.Dec Value.ASCII Value.Float
0x00000000 0000000000 .... 0.000000
Now scroll over to the Value.Dec and change it to your CE value
so you should have something like this:
NOTE: when you edit Value.Dec you will notice all the other coloumns change also dont worry about it as they are all equal just in different formats.
You will now have a list of addresses it varies for everyone but on this search I got 5 results, you may get more or less it varies. We will try to narrow it down now by changing the value of CE
I did this by selecting a mission going into the armory and selecting 2 airstrikes instead of 3 as you can see by the pic below this changes my CE from 28340 to 28540
Now re-open the NitePR menu press R to go to the Searcher tab
Select "Continue to find Exact Value"
Now change to Value of Value.Dec to the new CE value, so I would change Value.Dec to
This narrowed down my search results to just 1 (If it is still alot of search results Change you CE in the game again and then change your value of Value.Dec again and search)
I would suggest you try and narrow it down to about 5 results, the less the better
So I have just one result now. Scroll down to the search result and select it.
This will automatically transfer the address of that search result to Cheat Editor
Now scroll over to Value.Dec and change it to a value of your choice
Once you do that press circle, and press L to go to you Cheater tab
Scroll all the way down and you should see something that says "CHEAT 0"
Exit NitePR menu
Press the Note button to turn on Cheats
and hopefully ....................... WAALAA your CE is changed to your assigned value as shown below
Now if you had more than 1 search result and the first address didnt work
Try the others one of them will work!
So now you learned all of this whats next.
Well next is finding the address when the value is not a known value.
I will make a step by Step guide for this as well.
The Code I got for Infinite CE is:
NOTE: The code above assigns the value of your CE to 99999 but if you purchase an item it will decrease accordingly so if you buy an item for 500 CE you will have 99499CE left. So to make this code act as Infinite CE you can:
A) Set Cheat HZ under the PRX tab in NitePR menu to 15/1000
B) When you highlight this code highlight it white not blue, so when you notice ur CE running low just press the note button on your PSP twice and it will reset you CE to 99999
PS I will release another guide about unknown value in a couple of hours maybe tomorrow so please be patient
Ok guys this is gunna be my first post, so lets make it a good one.
This is gonna be a step by step by step byyyyyy step guide with pictures that anyone will be able to follow that will send you on your way to making your own NitePR codes.
Please do not transfer or copy my guide to other sites, if anything link it and please give credit where it is due thanks.
Now dont expect your first code to be some amazing teleport or wallhack as those deal too much with dynamic values, and as I see your reading this guide your most likely a beginner who wants to learn to make codes.
First off let me tell you what a code actually does. All the codes are in the same format which is:
0x00000000 0xFFFFFFFF or 0x00000000 0xFFFF or 0x00000000 0xFF
The first part of the code [0x00000000] is the Address.
The Address is basically a hex code that refers to some part of the game.
It could be health, armor, money, destination, text, anything in the game.
The second part of the code [0xFFFFFFFF or 0xFFFF or 0xFF] is the Value.
They can only be in the 3 format shown above and that just refers to the bit of the value.
0xFFFFFFFF is a 32-bit value
0xFFFF is a 16-bit value
0xFF is a 8-bit value
Disregard bits for now that is just to explain the different formats you see with codes.
Getting back to value. The Value is just as it sounds it is the value of the address.
So for example a code such as:
Means that the value of the address 0x001C95DC is 7, so if that address 0x001C95DC refers to ammo that code will set your ammo to 7.
Hopefully you understand what codes are and how they work now. If you are still reading and understand everything I said above then I will now show you how to make your own codes.