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Ted2

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About Ted2

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  • Birthday 11/23/2000

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    iPhone 6s
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    9.3.3
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    Yes
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    One Plus 5T
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    Netherlands
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    iOS Game Hacking
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  1. LDR X0, [x23 #0x40] for big value, specific value can be set with MOV
  2. You don't hack the string itself, look around the string & see sub_x with not allot xrefs. Health is mostly floats, so try see if there's any float instructions & try hack things like that
  3. Nothing, you can use whatever you want. (gay, ass, lesbian etc etc). Alsong as you return them
  4. There is only one argument in your screenshot %hook UserInfo -(unsigned int) getConsumableAmountOfType:(int)fp12 { return 1; //returns the unsigned int fp12 = 1; //returns the argument } %end
  5. -(unsigned int) getConsumableAmountOfType:(int)fp12 { Use this on the line
  6. You need to declare the original function name, with arguments you don't have to, you can use fp8 etc etc. The unsigned int is the main function name, now in your code it doesn't have a function name & obviously it will generate errors.
  7. %hook UserInfo -(unsigned int) "What is function name" fp8 getConsumableAmountOfType:(int)fp12 { //Tell functionname fp8 = 1; fp12 = 1; return %orig; //if you don't wanna return it anything, I think you need to do: return; or return %orig; (not just %orig, not sure tho) } %end
  8. Also, you returned it TRUE, which I don't think you want. But not sure ofcourse
  9. +{bool) --> Note the "{" instead of "(" Also, cleaner code here: https://ghostbin.com/paste/jnt3a Yes obviously, try to code in sublime & then change this to objective C: Then you go to the line 56 & you'll see there's a mistake in it: Notice the pink thingy: If you don't have sublime, you can always post it in Ghostbin & select Obj C to see what's wrong
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