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  1. PS3 Hex edit info
  2.  
  3. Code Types
  4.  
  5. Standard type
  6.  
  7. 0TXXXXXX 000000YY = 8Bit Write
  8. 1TXXXXXX 0000YYYY = 16Bit Write
  9. 2TXXXXXX YYYYYYYY = 32Bit Write
  10.  
  11. X= Address/Offset
  12. Y= Value to write
  13. T=Address/Offset type (0 = Normal / 8 = Offset From Pointer)
  14.  
  15. 0TXXXXXX 000000YY
  16. 1TXXXXXX 0000YYYY
  17. 2TXXXXXX YYYYYYYY
  18. XXXXXX = Offset to write to
  19. YY = 8-Bit value to write
  20. YYYY = 16-Bit value to write
  21. YYYYYYYY = 32-Bit value to write
  22. T = Offset Type
  23. 0 = From start of the data
  24. 8 = Found from a search
  25.  
  26. Multi Write / Serial type
  27.  
  28. 4TXXXXXX YYYYYYYY
  29. 4NNNWWWW VVVVVVVV
  30.  
  31. X= Address/Offset
  32. Y= Value to write (Starting)
  33. N=Times to Repeat
  34. W=Increase Address By
  35. V=Increase Value By
  36. T=Address/Offset type
  37. Normal/Pointer
  38. 0 / 8 = 8bit
  39. 1 / 9 = 16bit
  40. 2 / A = 32bit
  41.  
  42. 4TXXXXXX YYYYYYYY
  43. 4NNNWWWW VVVVVVVV
  44.  
  45. Info on Letters...
  46. XXXXXX = Offset to start with
  47. YYYYYYYY = 8/16/32-Bit value to start with
  48. NNN = Number of times to repeat
  49. WWWW = Increase address by (in bytes)
  50. VVVVVVVV = Increase value by
  51. T = Bit Size
  52. 0 = 8-Bit from start of the data(can store little data)
  53. 1 = 16-Bit from start of the data(can store a data bigger than 8-bits)
  54. 2 = 32-Bit from start of the data(can store big values, like 99999999999)
  55. 8 = 8-Bit found from a search
  56. 9 = 16-Bit found from a search
  57. A = 32-Bit found from a search
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