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  1. bR34Kr's post in methods for finding offsets today? was marked as the answer   
    Yes the binary is probably not compatible with your device. You should try and find a version that works for you. Which one are you using right now?
  2. bR34Kr's post in Creating DEB hacks for unity games was marked as the answer   
    I fear that's not how your tweak should look for a Unity game. Unity games are not in ObjectiveC due to its C#/Mono dependency. Reading the tutorial on instance variables and learning C more in depth should get you on the right path for Unity game cheats. Though, for ObjC that'd be the good strategy. For using an alert you can use UIAlertView https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4463806/adding-a-simple-uialertview
  3. bR34Kr's post in How to dump encrypted metadata? was marked as the answer   
    The game uses a custom encrypted format fort he gllobal-metadata.dat as you've probably seen. I highly suggest you try to debug the game until the actual call is made to open the file (most probably via fopen) and then try to work your way from there. You should be able to be able to dump it at one point from the memory it is loaded into. Another great way for filtering out where it could be would be to
     try and find global-metadata.dat's magic bytes (the bytes that begin every file of its kind. You can try and download multiple random Unity games and analyze them and build from there) and then searching for that sequence in memory and dumping it from there.
     
    Good luck!
  4. bR34Kr's post in Help With Ted Menu Hooking was marked as the answer   
    Are you sure your hook actually works without the menu? Try hooking to the update function or another function that gets called.
  5. bR34Kr's post in Decrypt on iOS 13.6 with Odyssey was marked as the answer   
    FlexDecrypt should work. Either try running it as root or make sure you actually provide the correct path to the binary.
  6. bR34Kr's post in Can’t seem to find out what I have to modify was marked as the answer   
    Read the tutorials they should be pretty clear. In this case you'd need to hook the functions to return your own stuff or patch them
  7. bR34Kr's post in Gameguardian save value? was marked as the answer   
    The address will always change because it's allocated randomly in memory. The only way to save it is to have a static route to your value, so to do that use LLDB to search the base of your value, then finding an pointer to that base, then repeating this process until you end up with a static address. Once you do that just add, dereference, again and again and you'll be able to change your value
  8. bR34Kr's post in iOS what writes/accesses to an address War Robots was marked as the answer   
    Yes a watchpoint will "watch" an address for r/w and will tell you where that happens :)
  9. bR34Kr's post in Cheat Engine Data Explanation Needed was marked as the answer   
    Here's a brief rundown of integer types:
    Signature represents if a number has sign bit. If it's unsigned then all the bits of the bytes are used to represent your integer and the value will be positive. If the value is signed then the first bit will be used to check wheter an integer is positive or negative. So the 'S' or 'U' in front of the type represents if you want to search for unsigned or signed values 1 byte - char Represented by 1 byte in memory Goes from 0 to 255 (unsigned) Goes from -128 to 127 (signed) 2 bytes - short Represented by 2 bytes in memory Goes from 0 to 65535 (unsigned) Goes from -32768 to 32767 (signed) 4 bytes - int Represented by 4 bytes in memory Goes from 0 to 42949672955 (unsigned) Goes from -2147483648 to 2147483647 (signed) 8 bytes - int Represented by 8 bytes in memory Goes from 0 to 18446744073709551615 (unsigned) Goes from -9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807 (signed)  
    So to answer your question more clearly: UInt is an unsigned 4 byte integer and SInt is a signed 4 byte integer
     
    More detailed explanation here: https://en.cppreference.com/w/c/language/type
  10. bR34Kr's post in different offsets in Binary was marked as the answer   
    Remove the 10 before the offset.

     
    ^ for future reference
  11. bR34Kr's post in How do I decrypt 400MB+ apps? was marked as the answer   
    You can use FlexDecrypt https://github.com/JohnCoates/flexdecrypt
  12. bR34Kr's post in help to make zoom-out with IDA was marked as the answer   
    Unity is in a 3D environment as far as I know, so basically you want to find the function to set the Camera location. This way you can move it up or down or whatever. The reason it does that is because of ARM's way of handling floating point. I think in the Club "IDA tips" there should be something detailing your issue. But for the set location you'd want to call that function by making a function pointer to it. If it's too complicated you can find the GetCameraLocation and move on an axis but again, you are limited by the floats in ARM
  13. bR34Kr's post in unable to open output file - Theos was marked as the answer   
    It’s a bug with the Jailbreak, so you need to ReJB. As for the error, it’s as simple as not having permission to access the directory. I believe you created your project as root but you tried to compile with mobile and mobile does not have permissions to go to root’s directories. Try compiling as root. And if you want to compile as mobile then change owner to mobile for all files and directories in that project.
     
    And a small tip, add this line to your Makefile to remove armv7
    ARCHS = arm64  
  14. bR34Kr's post in Hooking problem teds template was marked as the answer   
    Doesn’t seem like you hook to the actual function inside your %ctor. You need to use the MSHookFunction function.
  15. bR34Kr's post in can i apply old save game cheats on ios 11 was marked as the answer   
    You can if the hack isn't outdated.
  16. bR34Kr's post in Last day on earth hack 1.7.9 from dida was marked as the answer   
    The hack is outdated, patched or just simply not working. Ask the owner to upfdate it to the last version.
  17. bR34Kr's post in Error while installing tweak was marked as the answer   
    The repo can't be found. Be sure to have the good http:// or https:// or no typos in the address of it.
  18. bR34Kr's post in Question about IDA hacking was marked as the answer   
    There is a lot of Tutorials coveringARM hacking. You should check them out.
  19. bR34Kr's post in Where is the path for the messages app? was marked as the answer   
    Install NotTodaySatan from Cydia and messages is in /Applications/messages.app or something
  20. bR34Kr's post in Helix file manager alt was marked as the answer   
    Filza won't work? Try SFTP to self.
  21. bR34Kr's post in IOS iGMM not working! was marked as the answer   
    It's the iGMM which is not updated for the app.
  22. bR34Kr's post in Revert iOS Query was marked as the answer   
    It is impossible to do since the version isn't signed. The only way of you doing so is that you saved your blobs on that version.
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