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    Default Cheat code manager tutorial

    I'm sure this isn't the only code manager tutorial, but I'm making my own

    So first download these files at:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?kkcaedk04c9cc8y



    Now open the file and go to ocarina code manager, then open the application.

    Then, enter the game ID and name. Then, click "store name/ID".

    Next, click "add a code/comment/category" and enter your code name.

    Then, select your code and on the left side where it says "code contents" enter the code.

    Click "store modifications".

    Then, click the small box next to your code. A check mark should be there.

    Now, click "export to GCT" and store it to your SD card.


    Your done!!! Enjoy hacking your Wii games with your codes!!!



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    Nope. You need to open Microsoft notepad then put every code in there. At the top you need the game ID. Then open code manager and click open file and open the notepad. Otherwise you loose all your codes when you close code manager.

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    You don't lose the codes in Code Manager if you go to "File>Save as TXT file" after you enter the codes you want.

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    That is one way to do it but I always put them in this way. And yes I always save it to a notepad

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    If you use notpad you don't have to enter each code one by one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodCodes View Post
    Nope. You need to open Microsoft notepad then put every code in there. At the top you need the game ID. Then open code manager and click open file and open the notepad. Otherwise you loose all your codes when you close code manager.
    I laughed at that. The first time I used it I said to myself "I should probably save this." File then Save. Also its easier to save it to you SD Card. But always keep a backup that is on your computer. I once did save instead of open and I spent 1 1/2 hours getting all of them back.

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    I always enter them one by one so I can see what I'm doing a little better. But I always save to text file then open that and continue adding codes.

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