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mgapy
Posted on 08-10-22 03:01 AM Link | #5463
I found some code that can fix connection problems I think things could be extracted, I also found a packet grabber that could make reverse engineering easier
https://github.com/CTurt/dsgmLib
https://github.com/CTurt/dsgmDSWiFi
https://github.com/CTurt/NiFiCapture
According to what I read out there, this could only be used for 2 days, I hope it will help you @arisotura

keisui
Posted on 08-12-22 05:32 PM Link | #5465
if it can only be used for two days how would it help in the long term ¿

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mgapy
Posted on 08-26-22 12:23 PM Link | #5497
sorry, it's a translator's mistake, I wanted to say two nds

Arisotura
Posted on 08-26-22 12:36 PM (rev. 2 of 08-26-22 12:36 PM) Link | #5498
I remember seeing something of that sort and it's not true nifi -- it uses regular packets, not the hardware's special nifi features


that being said, I appreciate the attention

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mgapy
Posted on 08-26-22 02:21 PM Link | #5499
I would like to be of more help, I know how to program, but I do not understand the emulator paradigm very well and that is a problem if some Spanish-speaker could help me with this I think I could invest a lot of time in the development

keisui
Posted on 08-27-22 05:29 AM Link | #5501
Posted by mgapy
sorry, it's a translator's mistake, I wanted to say two nds

ohh ok , my apologies then

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