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02-06-2012, 11:23 AM #1
Question about searching for colors with a USB Gecko
Okay, so I've been wanting to try to find the address for camo, but I don't exactly know where to start. Any help, ideas, tips, etc. would be appreciated. (HAXZing Terror, xCrimsoNx, Clay10, BoxNinja, or anyone else that knows of a technique for it).
02-06-2012, 11:29 AM #2
I've never looked into or used a Gecko. Is it a similar idea to Cheat Engine on PC?
02-06-2012, 11:37 AM #3
Yep, it's a lot like cheat engine. Basically you search for a known/unknown value and it will give you a list of results. You keep refining the results until you come to a select few that you think might be the one you are looking for, and you poke it and/or check it out in memory viewer to see the value and if it is changing, staying the same, etc.
02-06-2012, 11:41 AM #4
Have you tried playing about in Create A Class?
02-06-2012, 11:57 AM #5
No I have not. I'll go try that. Thanks!
02-07-2012, 11:19 AM #6
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I'll tell you this;
Unless you make some complicated equation for the code, fetching the gun value and perhaps using a lut to find the different values of camo, you won't be able to make a cycler. Reason is, is that for seem reason, or as far as I've seen, the camoflauge is an equation in the original gun I.e.:
Gold rpg = 22556789
Gold msr = 66794526
Blue rpg = 884997664
... maybe a bad example, but my point is that the camoflauge pertains to the certain gun, its not its own value.
For future reference, id normally use the not equal to, and equal to searches to find a color, unless you either know the exact color (66F285FF as example) or your feeling good about yourself and tried greater then or less then, I.e.
If the color changed from blue to red
0000FFFF could be a possible blue,
FF0000FF could be a red, so search unknown initial on blue, then greater then on red, etc. However that's a pretty sketchy way of doing it.