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    Default What a USB gecko is, and where you can get one

    well many questions have been popping up for a while, on USB geckos, so I thought id try and answer some of those questions.

    The USB gecko is HARDWARE; not software.

    What's the difference? Software,is a program, and hardware is physical I.e. an external hard drive.

    What does it do? The USB gecko allows you to view adresses of a game, or a wii channel.

    Where can you get one? You can find them on www.findmy.com, amazon, ebay, or you can ask another coder if they would sell you there's. There is the USB gecko, and the USB gecko SE. The only difference is an LED light, but they function the exact same.

    Would I reccomend this? It depends on many things, how dedicated to hacking are you? What are your goals for hacking? If you feel you are dedicated, and that its for knowledge, then yes, I would reccomend it. Before you get one, learn the basics of ASM, and pointer searches, as well as some codetypes to make it all more convienent for you, and easier in future times.

    Hopefully this answers some questions about the USB gecko ^~^

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    Very nice description of the USB Gecko.
    Helpful for those who don't know what it is.
    I have a question(s) about it though.
    Is it hard to make codes from it though?
    and maybe is it even similar to coding with ram dumps?

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    That is a question of personal opinion, although I am sure if you ask around the majority of people will say its harder then using a RAM dump.

    It is not like coding a RAM dump at all, for an example let's say we were coding black ops' campaign mode. With your gecko, you would do an initial dump with the amount of ammo you have, then you would fire a little, search, fire a little, search so on and so forth. With a RAM dump you simply search the word 'ammo', but the funny thing is that you will most likely get infite ammo either way, but with a gecko you could make it so it doesn't subtract ammo when you shoot, or so it adds one when you shoot etc. With a gecko, you don't search for words for this stuff. When you searched for the ammo, you would search how much ammo you had in your clip, or if you don't know the exact number you would have to do unknown value searches.

    In conclusion; no, I wouldn't say RAM dump coding is the same as gecko coding.

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