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22 minutes ago, theSLAYER said:

No. It's a ROM file. and requesting for it is against the rules.

hoo, sorry, did not know! i really cant find the offset! i used everything! anyone can help me via discord with screen share?

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4 hours ago, Senbuza said:

hoo, sorry, did not know! i really cant find the offset! i used everything! anyone can help me via discord with screen share?

Black 2 arm9
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I know offset and data above for Black 2 is correct, as it matches what was given in the other thread:
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I tried using the offset of 0x13F0C for Black, but noticeably it didn't work for my copy of Black version. Offset probably is different because it's a different variant or different version ID. Since you mentioned you couldn't find it, I assume it's the same for you too.

Based on the bytes found in the Black 2 arm 9, I searched for these bytes (not just 08 28, but rather the whole highlighted portion below), and a different offset with the same parts of data appeared.
I'm assuming this is correct for my version of Black. You could do the same thing as me, and search for those bytes.
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Black arm9

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6 hours ago, theSLAYER said:

Black 2 arm9
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I know offset and data above for Black 2 is correct, as it matches what was given in the other thread:
image.png

I tried using the offset of 0x13F0C for Black, but noticeably it didn't work for my copy of Black version. Offset probably is different because it's a different variant or different version ID. Since you mentioned you couldn't find it, I assume it's the same for you too.

Based on the bytes found in the Black 2 arm 9, I searched for these bytes (not just 08 28, but rather the whole highlighted portion below), and a different offset with the same parts of data appeared.
I'm assuming this is correct for my version of Black. You could do the same thing as me, and search for those bytes.
image.png
Black arm9

Awesome, i will give it a try and let u know! 😃

 

This is for Black 2.

black2.JPG

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5 hours ago, theSLAYER said:

Black 2 arm9
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I know offset and data above for Black 2 is correct, as it matches what was given in the other thread:
image.png

I tried using the offset of 0x13F0C for Black, but noticeably it didn't work for my copy of Black version. Offset probably is different because it's a different variant or different version ID. Since you mentioned you couldn't find it, I assume it's the same for you too.

Based on the bytes found in the Black 2 arm 9, I searched for these bytes (not just 08 28, but rather the whole highlighted portion below), and a different offset with the same parts of data appeared.
I'm assuming this is correct for my version of Black. You could do the same thing as me, and search for those bytes.
image.png
Black arm9

hello, i still not find! :( cannot undertand! :( 

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7 minutes ago, Senbuza said:

hello, i still not find! :( cannot undertand! :( 

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extract it out then use HxD (a hex editor)'s search function.
In case you didn't realize, I'm not using Crystaltile's Hex viewer.


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In any case, even if you manage to replace the value and import the arm9 file back in, I cannot guarantee it'll work, so I don't make edits like that.

 

ALSO, don't multi-post. If no one replied you, edit the new information into your latest unanswered post.

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1 hour ago, theSLAYER said:

extract it out then use HxD (a hex editor)'s search function.
In case you didn't realize, I'm not using Crystaltile's Hex viewer.


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In any case, even if you manage to replace the value and import the arm9 file back in, I cannot guarantee it'll work, so I don't make edits like that.

 

ALSO, don't multi-post. If no one replied you, edit the new information into your latest unanswered post.

Hey, i really dont know what happens! :( sorry as u can see, can´t find

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1 minute ago, Senbuza said:

Still nothing! :(

arm9.JPG

In that case either it wasn't extracted properly with Crystaltile, or the surrounding data is different (which it frankly shouldn't be).


In any case, as it stands I won't be able to assist you any further. Hopefully someone with a better idea of what is going on would pop in to help you.

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