Archivo para Noviembre 2010
Publicado el: 5 Noviembre 2010This tool can flip bytes on a file in order to change its endianness.
This is useful when you have a savegame created on an emulator and you want to transfer it to the real system.
Uses of this tool:
Wii64 (N64 emulator for Wii) uses a different endianness than PC emulators. With my File Byte Flipper you can swap savegames between Wii and PC emulators.
Old GBA flashcards also saved savegames in a different endianness (most of the cases are when you had to patch the games). With this tool you can 'clean' these savegames and convert them to their original endianness (then, you will be able to transfer them to real cartridges with special hardware).
It may have other uses too.
Usage: BYTEFLIP.exe filename number
(number is the range of bytes to flip)Based on patters98's idea:
(GBA games: number=8)
(N64 games: number=4)