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Everything posted by NoFear

  1. NoFear

    Beggar Life 2

    Currency on top left is essentially infinite...
  2. NoFear

    Beggar Life 2

    You can edit things without crashing.
  3. Yes. Using the offset, you can offset from start of lib in memory to known location from dump.
  4. Can't agree with you more. I have a small group that gets full custom mods every update. Usually within a few hours of update. I can mod both, armv8 and armv7. I don't ask for money each update. Until gameloft makes it so I need to debug again. When that day comes, I hope it ends all public mods.
  5. Not yet. Maybe some day.
  6. It's actually why I'm annoyed at everyone taking credit... To find these encrypted values initially, took an EXTREMELY long time to find. Especially since most are static values. So unknown changed will never find them. I'm just waiting for Gameloft to changed the strings entirely so no one can keep taking credit. I learned most of my debugging from here https://iosgods.com/topic/56818-ida-lldb-tutorial-noob-friendly Yes, it's ios, but it's not that different. This was the best guide I could find.
  7. Find value with GG. set watch point with gdb. Goto offset, make edit You still need to find the value to set watch point. That's where it is extremely complicated and time consuming since they encrypted a lot of values. https://androidrepublic.org/threads/asphalt-9-legends-2019s-action-car-racing-game-v1-6-3a-mod.85207/ That's the public mod. Can easily remove offsets/modify existing offsets to your liking.
  8. And the proper way is using gdb and setting watch points. It's not guess work, it's accurate.
  9. I don't consider it skill/work at all. Sorry. What you do is just lazy but you think is lots of hard work. You try to profit on someone else doing the work for you. Good luck. I'll find and provide the free links here later.
  10. I'm the original modder. I know the difficulty in finding the offsets from scratch and not using someone else's work. "Your own work" is basically changing someone's mov r0, #1 and doing like mov r0, #2 and acting like you did magic. Changing the value at the register that was already found by someone else, not original.
  11. Lol. Get enough user reports, you have no guarantee on anti ban.... I know you aren't a modder, you just copy old hex and search for them. You don't know how to do any original work yourself. I think Android Republic has mod. If not, be happy to paste what's already made public by other thieves.
  12. Same mod(s) are available for free elsewhere. "Safe/No ban" is not guaranteed. Depends on user reports and race times. Edit: the features you "removed" didn't trigger soft ban fyi.
  13. NoFear

    Decrypt values

    I think if you use ida on pc. You can debug without root that way. I just prefer gdb, for I don't need pc to do it.
  14. NoFear

    Decrypt values

    I think iosgods has lldb debugging guide for ios. It's not too different than Android. Lldb only supports x64 on Android. So you may want to do the equivalent with gdb. Heh, didn't even think to try that first Edit: For more complex Encryption, debugging could help.
  15. NoFear

    Decrypt values

    Maybe with gdb. Set write watchpoint on the value. Then you'll get an offset related to the encryption. Assuming game is lib file and not dll.
  16. Yes, I do. As for limits. Not sure the exact limits. Seems most things are safe. Hard currency is the one with a limit. Editing values, is very complex...
  17. I talked with the modder about it. Seems game is very different for ios on its protections. He was looking at the American version too. If you edit things correctly and within limits, seems save. Even if you edit perfectly and do something too high, you'll just have delayed ban instead.
  18. Ok. I'll stick with gdb for sure. Thank you.
  19. Watch point? (Not break point) And it does back trace too? Just find it interesting GG is implementing debugging features when Enyby was/is firmly against it for the last couple years.
  20. NoFear

    Age of magic.

    Fairly certain that not the right value. On the right track.
  21. @saiaapiz Is this like debugging? Finding offset in lib to edit? Or not quite? I don't use the script. For I just use gdb to debug and get offsets.
  22. This using that chainer script? I haven't tried using it yet. It gives offsets on lib file for modify register?
  23. I'm thinking it's Thumb.... You are getting a hex result, but it's saying conversion failed. The 802.... Hex MOVS R1, #0x80 B #0xFFFFFD28 Is moving 128 to R1 Your 820820191E6 hex LSLS R2, R0, #6 B #0xFFFFFD28 Edit: LSL Logical Shift Left. This instruction is a preferred synonym for MOV instructions with shifted register operands.
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