Discussion in 'HENkaku' started by atreyu187, Sep 5, 2016.
Trollers trolling, just pure disrespect for such a talented dev
Man keyboard warriors really grate me. The Flow is a legend & his work is amazing. I'm really grateful for these awesome releases
maidumptool got an update less than 24 hours after initial release
both are working great the compaitiblity seems awesome
I tested tales of hearts r (usa) with vitamin 2.0. game works! now, I'm dumping ys: memories of celceta.
For games that are showing trial. Do you need to re-dump them?
yeah that one works too from what i heard
also digimon etc.. works
gravity rush no issues
u need to redump any game that doesn't work. Ys has a different size than before. I'm installing now.
still can't get ys (usa) to work. this time, instead of the c2-12828-1 error, I get the file is corrupt error. dammit. the only two games I have, retail-wise, and one of them can't be dumped yet.
Yeah i've been looking around at other people's dumps they're not working either. Hope fully theFlow can look into this
I tried with both decryption tools, and I got the same error. I looked on black cats to see if the game was there. the European version is, but not the American version. that's where I got my idea. in the tech section of the European version, the uploader said he used the original 1.1 version of vitamin, then used the eboot and sce modules from the mai decryption tool. I tried that with the American version, and it didn't work. I merely looked on the website to see if someone had made a successful dump of the game. I still want to make my own since my tales of hearts r one is my own. I guess not if the usa version isn't there.
I spoke too soon. someone on black cats made a successful dump of the usa version using vitamin 2.0. how???
Strange??? Have you tried it? Has it been confirmed working by other people? Another title not working for me is the Metal gear HD collection.
I'm not sure. the box is of the European version. someone also switched the audio to JP. both decryption tools resulted in the same "file is corrupt" message, so I don't think this is the American version.
this claims it's working: http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/Vitamin_Compatability_List#Y
Damn it, still trying to find a working dump
I think the problem is the eboot, but I'm not sure. I'm going to try decrypting the eboot only with the mai decryption tool and see what its size is.
the eboot is 1.91MB with mai and 2.02 with vitamin.
Really baffling to how somebody has got this working.
I'm pretty sure the information is wrong. I've tried multiple times, and it's always the file is corrupt error. the European version works fine as I've tested it. something is wrong with the American version.
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