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  1. This is the best answer
  2. I'm f***ing stupid & forgot to update the template .tar download in my cleanup commit.


    So please download updated template:  https://github.com/joeyjurjens/iOS-Mod-Menu-Template-for-Theos/blob/master/Ted2's Mod Menu Template.nic.tar

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    2. Elidon13


      lol why

    3. Ted2


      ask him cause i don’t remember 

    4. Elidon13




  3. Hello, My Mod Menu is written in obj-c and is open source on github: https://github.com/joeyjurjens/iOS-Mod-Menu-Template-for-Theos
  4. Why don't you hook into the UITableViewLabel where it's being show and then change the string. Do you know the class and method it's being displayed in?
  5. Updated Mod Menu template, please read tweet if you use it:


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    2. Ted2


      no u don't, so stop hating and judging cause u don't know anything about it :mad:

    3. Laxus


      I appreciate your works tho @Ted2

    4. Ted2


      thanks babeyh <3 

  6. probably, if you give information you have in charles
  7. That’s correct. Gotta be jailbroken then
  8. You can, by directly patching the binary.
  9. What is a fishhook? Also, note that "Var$$GetGems" is NOT a symbol, this is il2cppdumper's way of outputting it, which means you can't hook by that! Originally it's sub_x, so there are no symbols which means you gotta hook by it's offset.
  10. Charles Proxy intercepts HTTP requests, which means you should be able to execute those requests with Objective-C on launch too.
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